W. C. Fields was a one-of-a-kind comedian, not to mention an accomplished juggler. He never smoked a cigar until he was thirteen. He had an affinity for libations and that influenced some of the roles in his film career. You don't see much of his artistry anymore but you can find film clips online. Here are some of his great roles and films:
Roles: Harold Bissonette, Mr. C. Ellsworth Stubbins, Egbert Souse', The Great Man, Ambrose Wolfinger, Commodore Orlando Jackson and Pa Potter.
Films: The Bank Dick, You Can't Cheat an Honest Man, Million Dollar Legs, Never Give a Sucker an Even Break, David Copperfield, Alice in Wonderland, Man on the Flying Trapeze and The Dentist.
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