SILENTS PLEASE. W.C. Fields silent double feature at the Somerville Theatre, Sunday, July 10, 2016.

Princess Lescaboura and Samuel Bisbee.
Alice Joyce (Princess Lescaboura) and W.C. Fields (Samuel Bisbee) in So's Your Old Man (1926).

So's Your Old Man (1926) and It's the Old Army Game (1926) 35mm prints courtesy Library of Congress on the big screen with live music by Jeff Rapsis. Special guest Dr. Harriet Fields, granddaughter of the legendary W.C. Fields. Read more at the Jeff Rapsis/Silent Film Music blog...

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W.C. FIELDS PRODUCTIONS, INC.
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We are planning many events to honor and celebrate our grandfather, events scheduled to date are listed below. There's more to come.

For more information please contact:
W.C. Fields Productions, Inc.

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The American Theatre of Actors with Dr. Harriet Fields, granddaughter of W.C. Fields, invite you to “The Real Transcript of W.C. Fields Murder Trial (of a Canary), 1928”.

W.C. Fields tipping top hat.
Please join us for an historic Broadway event – performance of “The Real Transcript of W.C. Fields Murder Trial (of a Canary), 1928”. December 21 at 7 p.m. in the actual courtroom of the Trial, now an Off Broadway Theatre of the American Theatre of Actors.

Date: Monday, December 21, 2015
Time: 7:00 p.m. with Q&A after
Where: The American Theatre of Actors – in the actual courtroom of the Trial
314 W. 54th Street, New York, NY
John Cullum Theatre, (2nd floor) in the Midtown Community Court
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“The Real Transcript of W.C. Fields Murder Trial (of a Canary), 1928.”

Dr. Harriet Fields standing next to W.C. Fields: Comedy Essentials Collection poster.
Dr. Harriet Fields' first foray as producer, “The Real Transcript of W.C. Fields Murder Trial (of a Canary), 1928” in the actual courtroom of the Trial, American Theatre of Actors in the historic Midtown Community Court, W. 54th St., NYC. © Steve Friedman, photographer
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Coming Soon

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W.C. Fields in Astoria.

This year marks the centennial of W.C. Fields' 1915 stage debut with the Ziegfeld Follies. To celebrate, the Museum will show two silent films made across the street at the Astoria studio, where Fields began his long partnership with Paramount Pictures.

SCREENING
It's the Old Army Game
Sunday, November 29, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.

SCREENING
So's Your Old Man
Sunday, November 29, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
Join us after at The Astor Room (former commissary of the Astor Studios, and now a beautifully restored Art Deco restaurant). On display is the only photo of an artist who made films there, W.C. Fields in The Potters (one of the few lost films).

Special thanks to W.C. Fields' granddaughter Dr. Harriet Fields.

It's the Old Army Game poster.