1941-1950ClassicsComedyEdward F. ClineUSA

Edward F. Cline – Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941)

One of 1941’s trio of great satires about filmmaking in Hollywood (along with Sullivan’s Travels and Hellzapoppin’) and probably the craziest of the lot. W. C. Fields wrote the story himself (under the pseudonym Otis Criblecoblis) and the film, which is coincidentally about W. C. Fields peddling a script he wrote himself to a frustrated studio boss (Franklin Pangborn), is probably the purest expression of his comic sensibility, starting with the iconic title.

1.37GB | 1h 10m | 720×540 | mkv


Subtitles:English, French, Spanish

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