Known for his unique rasping voice and his elaborate way of expressing his hostility towards children and all mankind, W.C. Fields had the special gift of making anything seem funny, and at the same time, had audiences believe that underneath all his humour he was not really kidding and that the grumpiness was genuine.
Shorts Comprise: - The Dentist (1932)
- The Pool Shark (1915)
- The Pharmacist (1933)
- The Barber Shop (1933)
- The Golf Specialist (1930)
- The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933)