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It's A Gift 1934 W.C. Fields Baby LeRoy Kathleen Howard DVD, MP4, USB

It's A Gift 1934 W.C. Fields Baby LeRoy Kathleen Howard DVD, MP4, USB
It's A Gift 1934 W.C. Fields Baby LeRoy Kathleen Howard DVD, MP4, USB
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When W. C. Fields Inherits A California Orange Grove, The New Jersey Grocer Packs Up The Family And Heads The Jalopy Towards The Golden State! Some Of Fields' Most Time Honored Comedy Routines, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Black/White, 1934, 1 Hour 9 Minutes.) #ItsAGift #WCFields #NormanMcCleod #KathleenHoward #JeanRouverol #BabyLeRoy #Movies #Films #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #ClassicalHollywoodCinema #ClassicalHollywoodNarrative #ClassicHollywoodCinema #GoldenAgeOfHollywood #OldHollywood #SilverScreen #DVD #MP4 #VideoDownload

Norman McLeod

Charles Bogle (Story And Comedy Skits; Alias For W.C. Fields), J.P. McEvoy (Play, "The Color Supplement", Which Incorporated W.C. Fields' Comedy Routines), Jack Cunningham (Screenplay)


W.C. Fields ... Harold Bissonette
Kathleen Howard ... Amelia Bissonette
Jean Rouverol ... Mildred Bissonette
Julian Madison ... John Durston
Tommy Bupp ... Norman Bissonette (as Tom Bupp)
Baby LeRoy ... Baby Dunk
Tammany Young ... Everett Ricks
Morgan Wallace ... James Fitchmueller
Charles Sellon ... Mr. Muckle
Josephine Whittell ... Mrs. Dunk
T. Roy Barnes ... Insurance Salesman
Diana Lewis ... Miss Dunk
Spencer Charters ... Gate Guard
Guy Usher ... Harry Payne Bosterly
Dell Henderson ... Mr. Abernathy (as Del Henderson)

It's A Gift is a 1934 American comedy film starring W.C. Fields. It was Fields's 16th sound film, and his fifth in 1934 alone. It was directed by Norman McLeod, who had directed Fields in his cameo as Humpty Dumpty in Alice in Wonderland (1933). The film concerns the trials and tribulations of a grocer as he battles a shrewish wife, an incompetent assistant, and assorted annoying children, customers, and salesmen - events largely filmed on location in Jersey City. The film reprises routines honed by Fields from his career over the years 1915-1925. Fields often tried to recapture sketches that led to his stage success onto film; skits such as "The Picnic", "A Joy Ride", and most famously, "The Back Porch" are all featured in It's a Gift. Lesser known than some of Fields' later works such as The Bank Dick, the film is perhaps the best example of the recurring theme of the Everyman battling against his domestic entrapment. Historians and critics have often cited its numerous memorable comic moments. It is one of several Paramount Pictures in which Fields contended with child actor Baby LeRoy.