You've got lots of money, haven't you?
Ooooh, I keep it in barrels.
Then why do you go around robbing poor people, stealing their land and burning them out? If you're such a rich man, why are you a thief?
Where I come from people don't call me a thief, they call me a 'financier'.
And what country do you come from?
It's not a country, it's a street. Wall Street.
Well that street isn't big enough to run this country Mr Knox. You own the sheriff and the courts and you've got all the money in the ...
Music by Riccardo Drigo
(from "Les Millions d'Arlequin" (uncredited) (1900))
New lyrics by Bob Wright
and Chet Forrest
Sung by Nelson Eddy
(uncredited), Maude Allen
(uncredited) and Virginia Bruce
Reprised by Charles Butterworth
(uncredited) on piano and sung by Nelson Eddy
(uncredited) with additional orchestral music See more