W.C. Fields: 6 Short Films

Genre: Documentary
Actors: W.C. Fields

- She's as game as a pebble. | - Lift me up!

Look at that! | Isn't it wonderful?

It really is remarkable. | And light as a feather.

Come on! Lift me up! | Lift me up!

She wants me to do it again!

You know, it really is | something to be proud of.

Yes, it's marvelous, you little minx, | you... you wonderful little gal.

- Lift me way up! | - Wants me to lift her way up.

Wants me to show it | to everybody in the hotel. Look.

Why, it's little...

Little, uh...

Say, was that guy | trying to flirt with you?


Oh, you big silly, there hasn't been | a man anywhere near me.

Oh, don't try to kid me. If I catch | him playin' around you again, I'll...

- pulverize him! | - Oh, you're such a big brute!

Now, if any of these fellows | make any wise cracks to you,

just tip me off!

All right, Daddy dear.

How do you do?

Oh, I beg your pardon.

Rather silly of me, wasn't it? | Now, was that your father?

- Oh, no. | - And he was about to strike you?

Well, perhaps he would have, | if you hadn't been here.

Why, the great | hulking brute.

You know, I've never | struck a woman in my life.

- You haven't? | - Not even my own mother.

Oh, I could see that | you were the very soul of kindness.

Oh, I'm very kind,

but of course I can be cruel | if needs be.

- You can! | - Oh, a veritable tiger!

But you have courage | written all over you.

It's the laundry marks, dear.

Oh, they're going | to play golf.

Oh, it must be wonderfully romantic | and secluded out on the golf course.

Oh, it's a marvelous game. | I'm going to play this afternoon myself.

- Would you like to join me? | - Ooh, I'd love to!

- Do you play? | - Oh, no. I wouldn't even know which end of the caddy to use.

Oh, but you do know | something about it.

Permit me.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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