W. C. Fields

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Noun1.W. C. Fields - United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946)W. C. Fields - United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946)
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answers WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN: Rod Stewart; WC Fields; Sumatra, Indonesia; 1948 REMEMBER WHEN: 1955 IMPOSSIPUZZLES: They owed PS40 WORDWISE: B WHO AM I: Sophie Raworth 10 QUESTIONS: 1 Chicago Bears, 2 Eric Clapton, 3 Jim Morrison, 4 Oscar Wilde, 5 Eclair, 6 Spike Lee, 7 Ashington, 8 Stan Laurel, 9 Hexham, 10 James Gandolfini.
1880: WC Fields, US comedian who claimed he wouldn't act with children or animals, was born in Philadelphia.
1880: WC Fields, US comedian who claimed he would not act with children or animals, was born in Philadelphia.
After watching WC Fields perform as a juggler in Manchester in the early 1900s, Hay decided to become an actor.
14 a) Peter Pan in Hook b) Nelson Mandela 15 a) Malcolm X b) Emperor of China in Mulan 16 a) Bagheera in The Jungle Book (inspired by The Bible) b) Martin Luther King 17 a) Edna Mode in The Incredibles b) Rudyard Kipling 18 a) Belle in Beauty and the Beast b) Boris Yeltsin 19 a) Stitch in Lilo and Stitch b) Desmond Tutu 20 a) WC Fields b) Hogarth Hughes in The Iron Giant HOW DID YOU DO?
All of the following once worked in which kind of enclosure: Bob Hoskins, WC Fields, Pierce Brosnan, Harry Houdiniand Christoper Walken?
MATT Damon says he was happy to break WC Fields' rule for actors never to work with children or animals on his latest film.
That's exactly why I'm a firm believer in what WC Fields said!
IT WAS WC Fields who famously declared: "Never work with children or animals." When obliged to, the celebrated actor did so in the privacy of a film set.
Actor WC Fields once famously said 'never work with children and animals'.
1880: WC Fields, the US comedian who claimed he would not act with children or animals, was born in Philadelphia.
"When I think of those two I am always reminded of the famous line from WC Fields, 'Never give a sucker an even break'.