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Three Films of W.C. Fields: Never Give a Sucker an Even Break / Tillie and Gus / The Bank Dick

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One of the greatest cinema comics of all times, W.C. Field's work is a model for writers and performers. Each script is a masterpiece of comic writing. This is a selection of three screenplays of his films, "Never Give a Sucker an Even Break", "Tillie and Gus" and "The Bank Dick".
Paperback, 208 pages
Published December 31st 1990 by Faber & Faber (first published 1990)
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W. C. Fields was born William Claude Dukenfield, the eldest of five children. Field's parents were a Cockney immigrant James Dukenfield and Philadelphia native Kate Felton

He was an American juggler, comedian, and actor. Fields created one of the great American comic personas of the first half of the 20th century—a misanthrope who teetered on the edge of buffoonery but never quite fell in, an egoti
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“Waitress: Don't be so free with your hands.
Fields: Listen honey, I was only trying to guess your weight.”
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