Consumer Guide Album. Fields: The Further Adventures of Larson E. Whipsnade and Other Taradiddles A quarter century after his death, Fields is harder to deny in the contemplation than on the TV or the stereo. Sure, he was a great comedian, but that doesn't make his films or records compellingly funny. Poppy and The Great Radio Feuds, two companion discs, suffer from limitations of format and context (radio play, complete with ingenue at swimming hole for sex appeal, running gags about Charlie McCarthy's wooden legs) that seem quaint at best
From His Personal Collection - . Fields Festival" a 3 volume set issued individually by Columbia. The other 2 releases being, "Poppy" and "The Great Radio Feuds". Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Fields Genre: Spoken Word Label: Columbia Records Catalog Number: KC 33240 Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP. Dig-Deeper. Fields & Mae West (LP) . Original And Authentic Recordings By The Great . The Further Adventures Of Larson E. Whipsnade (LP) . The Original Voice Tracks From His Greatest Movies (LP) . Whipsnade And Other Taradiddles (LP) .
Charles Bogle Otis Criblecoblis Mahatma Kane Jeeves. It was maintained by the publicity departments at Fields' studios (Paramount and Universal) and was further established by Robert Lewis Taylor's biography, W. C. Fields, His Follies and Fortunes (1949). Beginning in 1973, with the publication of Fields' letters, photos, and personal notes in grandson Ronald Fields' book W. Fields by Himself, it was shown that Fields was married (and subsequently estranged from his wife), and financially supported their son and loved his grandchildren.
ALBUM: The Further Adventures Of Larson E. Whipsnade. A2 Fire In The Home 8:51. A3 Life Among The Bolivians 9:49. B1 Tales Of Michael Finn – A Tender Ballad 4:03. B2 Romeo & Juliet 7:07. B3 Scurvy Among The Extras, Jabberwocky & Etcetera 12:42.
Page contains information about Larson E. Whipsnade character. Dispaly a list of movies where it was hearted. Character Larson E. Whipsnade in movies. You Can't Cheat an Honest Man 1939. 4 725. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Soundtrack. The Hitman's Bodyguard Soundtrack.
Fields was a hit, and the Fields-McCarthy sparring matches are considered classic radio fare. In addition, Fields liked the easy work of radio, and the show helped maintain his star status as his health improved enough to allow him to return to films. While other comics such as Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy, and the Marx Brothers saw their careers destroyed by big studio intervention, Fields found a congenial work environment at Universal Studios
Larson E. Whipsnade runs a seedy circus which is perpetually in debt. His performers give him nothing but trouble, especially Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. Meanwhile, Whipsnade's son. The story itself, written by Fields, under the assumed name of Charles Bogle, is slight with some situations unresolved, but the verbal exchanges and comedy routines are first rate. Standouts include Fields taking a shower behind a circus tent as his elephant Queenie acquires water from a bucket and sprays upon his command of "Give Queenie!"
|A1||Strike Up The Band (A Fieldsian Commercial)||3:24|
|A2||Fire In The Home||8:51|
|A3||Life Among The Bolivians||9:49|
|B1||Tales Of Michael Finn - A Tender Ballad||4:03|
|B2||Romeo & Juliet||7:07|
|B3||Scurvy Among The Extras, Jabberwocky & Etcetera||12:43|
|KC 33240||W.C. Fields||The Further Adventures Of Larson E. Whipsnade And Other Taradiddles (LP, Mono)||Columbia||KC 33240||US||1974|