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("Bill Fields"), in blue fountain pen ink on his engraved W.C. Fields personal letterhead, Edgewater View, Bayside, Long Island, June 15, 1926. 8 1/2" x 11"; 1 page; very good. To Jesse Lasky Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 485 Fifth Ave. New York City "My dear Mr. Lasky: I am greatly indebted to you for the fine photo of yourself which I received yesterday. Please accept my best thanks. Ever sincerely, Bill Fields." Note: W.C. Fields appeared in three Famous-Players Lasky Corporation films in 1926: "That Royle Girl"; "Itâ??s The Old Army Game"; and "Soâ??s Your Old Man." Fields (1880-1946), born January 29, 1880, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died December 25, 1946, Pasadena, California; American comedian and vaudevillian of stage and screen, known for his fondness for the bottle and his supposed hatred of women, children and small animals; film career 1915-1944: "Pool Sharks" 1915; "Janice Meredith" 1924; "Itâ??s the Old Army Game" 1926; "Million Dollar Legs" 1932; "If I Had A Million" 1932; "The Pharmacist" 1933; "Alice in Wonderland" 1933; "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" 1934; "The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, & Observation of David Copperfield the Younger" 1935; "You Canâ??t Cheat an Honest Man" 1939; "My Little Chickadee" 1940; "The Bank Dick" 1940; "Follow the Boys" 1944.
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