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Jul 12, 2021

[Answer] 5. Who was born William Claude Dukenfield in Philadelphia in 1880, and died in Pasadena, California on Christmas Day in 1946?

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...1. William MacKenzie King 2. Al Jolson 3. W. C. Fields 4. Ty Cobb Fields developed a larger-than-life persona and then essentially became a star by playing a caricature of himself in his films. He is probably best remembered, though, for things he said... Memorable Fields quotes include: "I am free of all prejudice, I hate everyone equally", "A thing worth having is a thing worth cheating for", "Start your day with a smile and get it over with" and "Never give a sucker an even break".




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W. C. Fields:


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