The Marx Brothers
Enter Men singing Richman, Poorman Etc. Enter
on barge right. Coming down to centre.
Beauty Gentlemen, the contest is
Richman Who wins?
Beauty Well, I have had the thrill of
Beauty But the greatest thrill in
the thrill of love!
Everybody That's me!
Beauty No, that's the chief!
Company singing "Thrill of Love"
Library of Congress, Washington.
The Finale changed a bit during the run of "I'll Say She Is". The script in Library of Congress calls the final scene "Oriental" and is as shown to the left.
In the review of the Philadelphia version of the show in Variety in June 1923, Waters mentions "a rather silly comedy number, In the Sheik's Tent" with Baggott and Herbert and that "a fine finishing touch was put on the show by the appearance of the Yerkes Happy Six (augmented to nine) orchestra, which rendered both jazz and semi-classical numbers to the tune of wild applause."
On Broadway, the show had the song A
by Hazel Gaudreau and Muriel Greel and Nat Martin's Orchestra as Scene
10, and Beauty's Russian Garden, a dance number in
four parts as the
11th and last scene. The four parts were:
(a) The Wonderful River