"Room service? Send up a larger room!” is a line spoken by Groucho Marx (1890-1977) in the movie Room Service (1938). The film script was written by Morrie Ryskind (1895-1985). The line does not appear in the play Room Service (1937) by John Murray and Allen Boretz.
Wikipedia: Room Service (1938 film)
Room Service is a 1938 RKO film comedy starring the Marx Brothers and based on the 1937 play of the same name by Allen Boretz and John Murray. It co-stars Lucille Ball, Ann Miller, Alexander Asro, and Frank Albertson.
The Yale Book of Quotations
Edited by Fred R. Shapiro
new Haven, CT: Yale University Press
Julius Henry “Groucho” Marx
U.S. comedian, 1895-1977 (1890 is the correct birthdate—ed.)
[Gordon Miller, played by Groucho Marx, speaking:] “Room service? Send up a larger room.”
Room Service (motion picture) (1938). Screenplay by Morrie Ryskind.
OCLC WorldCat record
Room Service : comedy in three acts Author: John Murray; Allen Boretz
Publisher: New York : Dramatists Play Service, ©1937.
Edition/Format: Book : English
JANUARY 24, 2003
Room with a view, please
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Room service? Send up a larger room!
Groucho Marx, A Night at the Opera (Room Service is the correct film—ed.)
Bob6stringer (February 6th, 2011)
Send up a larger room!
So dang chirpy from the first millisecond I gotta just love it.