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Art House Ads 29 Mar 19
43 yrs ago 3/29/1976 I can attest that Next Stop, Greenwich Village is tremendous.....as for the others? Forgotten. Has anybody seen the others?
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Proksch Posse Aug 31
Throwback to when Mark flawlessly impersonated 'The Ghost Of Christmas Past'! He almost looks like a real life ghost! !
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Justin Gaynor Jan 27
13 days left. Today's memorable Oscar Special moment is the musical/dance performance that put Mark Proksch on the map when it comes to celebrity impersonations.
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Sergio Rodríguez 29 Jan 19
1880 You Can't Cheat an Honest Man, 1939, directed by George Marshall. W. C. Fields as Larsen E. Whipsnade. “The Ping Pong Match” scene.
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sigfrid monleon Jan 29
"These cloves are pretty dry. Better sprinkle 'em with alcohol” Remembering (January 29, 1880 Pasadena - December 25, 1946 Forrest Lawn Memorial Park) * The Bank Dick (1940) / Edward F. Cline
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Dr. Paul 29 Jan 19
Birthday today of actor -born William Dukenfield in Darby, PA (1880-1946). Also wrote the screenplays for the films "The Bank Dick" (1940), "Never Give a Sucker an Even Break" (1941), & "You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man" (1939). He once said: “Comedy is a serious business.”
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Donna Hill Jan 29
to William Claude Dukenfield aka here is my favorite photo of him, true color. If you have not read the bio by James Curtis, highly recommended.
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The Tinseltown Twins Jan 29
Born on this date: Iconic, hilarious film and stage comic W.C. Fields (January 29, 1880 - December 25, 1946). Here in MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE (1935).
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Tom's Old Days Jun 7
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Dominique Revue 29 Jan 19
Born William Claude Dukenfield in Darby, Pennsylvania 1880 ... Remembering "I have arrived," on his Birthday Anniversary!
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Aurora 25 Dec 18
“I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally.”
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Jamie Roxx Jan 29
*I mean Haven’t We all been there? Birthday Remembrances. Today, Jan 29, 1880 – , American actor, singer, and screenwriter (d. 1946) was born. ()
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Silent Stars Dec 25
Also remembering who died on this date.
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Silent Stars Jan 29
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Talking Pictures TV May 16
17:25 W C FIELDS - a quick glimpse of the career of
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Leo Robin 26 Jan 19
Happy Birthday to the iconic ! "Thanks for the Memory" from the 1936 film Poppy where W. C. Fields performing and singing this song written by -- "Rendezvous with a Dream"
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Links Bookkeeping Mar 2
Start every day off with a smile and get it over with - .
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Blues Brothers Minute Podcast 28 Jan 19
Episode 41: See You Next Wednesday. Jake and Elwood stiff Bob, who promptly chases them down with the help of the Good Ol' Boys, who in turn collide with Illinois's most overworked state troopers.
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Sarah Harding 29 Jan 19
Mr. Muckle via WC Fields my dad and I used to watch this clip on YouTube when he could no longer concentrate on radio or tv because of dementia . Hilarious, Esp. when he calls him ‘honey’ and the urgent need for kumquats.
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Leigh Rubin 7 Mar 19
Watching a great bio of W.C, Fields on Amazon Prime. Turns out Bowie is a big fan.
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