W. C. Fields

W. C. Fields eating icce cream in Never Give a Sucker an Even Break

Funny quotes on marriage by W. C. Fields

Quotes on marriage by W. C. Fields W. C. Fields, in addition to being a great film clown and world-class juggler, was well-known for his negative opinion of marriage. Enjoy the quotes on marriage by W. C. Fields, but don’t try to follow them!

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W. C. Fields: A Biography

W. C. Fields biography

Biography of W. C. Fields (January 29, 1880 – December 25, 1946) William Claude Dukenfield, better known as W. C. Fields, was an American comedian, clown, juggler, and writer. Fields’ comic persona was a misanthropic, hard-drinking, lazy, con man and egotist. The character remained a sympathetic character despite his supposed contempt for children, dogs, and […]

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The Great Man: W.C. Fields - a documentary

The Great Man: W.C. Fields

The Great Man: W.C. Fields – a documentary The Great Man: W.C. Fields is featured in rare behind-the-scenes footage and home movies at work and at play, along with hilarious scenes from some of his greatest films.

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Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) starring W. C. Fields

Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) starring W. C. Fields

Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941), in which W. C. Fields, as himself, attempts to sell an “impossible, inconceivable, incomprehensible” screenplay to the studio.

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You're Telling Me! (1934) starring W. C. Fields, Adrienne Ames, Buster Crabbe, Joan Marsh

You’re Telling Me!

You’re Telling Me! (1934) starring W. C. Fields, Adrienne Ames, Buster Crabbe, Joan Marsh

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The Bank Dick (1940) starring W. C. Fields, Una Merkel, Franklin Pangborn, Shemp Howard

The Bank Dick

The Bank Dick (1940) starring W. C. Fields, Una Merkel, Franklin Pangborn, Grady Sutton, Shemp Howard Synopsis of The Bank Dick W. C. Fields stars as an unemployed, henpecked drunk who spends most of his time at the Black Pussy Cat café. Things take a turn for the absurd when he unwittingly captures a bank robber […]

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Million Dollar Legs (1932) starring W. C. Fields, Jackie Oakley, Susan Fleming

Million Dollar Legs

Million Dollar Legs (1932) starring W. C. Fields, Jackie Oakley, Susan Fleming Synopsis of Million Dollar Legs  In Million Dollar Legs, W. C. Fields is the president of the bankrupt nation of Klopstokia.  He needs 8,000,000 dollars, his daughter falls in love with a brush salesman, and his cabinet wants to overthrow him.  How can he solve all […]

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W.C. Fields: 6 Short Films (The Golf Specialist / Pool Sharks / The Pharmacist / The Fatal Glass of Beer / The Barber Shop / and more)

W.C. Fields: 6 Short Films

W.C. Fields: 6 Short Films (The Golf Specialist / Pool Sharks / The Pharmacist / The Fatal Glass of Beer / The Barber Shop / and more) Synopsis of W.C. Fields: 6 Short Films  W. C. Fields‘ prolific career placed him at the forefront of slapstick comedy. Gathered here are six gems that feature the […]

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Mae West - W. C. Fields - My Little Chickadee

My Little Chickadee

My Little Chickadee (1940) starring W. C. Fields and Mae West My Little Chickadee is a classic comedy starring two of the great comedians of their day, W. C. Fields and Mae West.  The basic plot has Mae West’s character, Flower Belle Lee, run out of town on a rail, where she meets W. C. Fields’ character, […]

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It’s A Gift (1934) starring W. C. Fields

It’s A Gift

It’s A Gift (1934) starring W. C. Fields Synopsis of It’s a Gift  In It’s A Gift, W. C. Fields presents one of the funniest movies that he ever made.  He plays the role of Harold Bissonette, the ultimate henpecked husband who gets no respect from his haranguing wife, self-absorbed daughter, bratty son, the customers at his general store, or anywhere else.  […]

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