Hooray for Captain Spaulding
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|"Hooray for Captain Spaulding"|
|Composer(s)||Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby|
"Hooray for Captain Spaulding" is a song, originally from the 1928 Marx Brothers stage musical Animal Crackers and the 1930 film version. It later became well known as the theme song for the Groucho Marx television show You Bet Your Life (1950–1961), and became Groucho's signature tune and was often played when he was introduced on various talk shows and the like.
The dialogue prior to the song and the lyrics of the song itself can be found here: 
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