The New Pictures, Nov. 24, 1941

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Largely as a result of such bickering, Sucker is far from being the kind of picture that only W. C. Fields could turn out. His unique talent needs intelligent direction. It does not need all the props that its owner thinks are a necessity for his performance. The great comedian can play straight better and more firmly than anyone in the business.

*A technique used in 1937 by French Writer and Actor Sacha Guitry in his cinema Le Roman d'un Tricheur (The Story of a Cheat).

* Now engaged in the spare-time activity of writing a history of Fidelis, a never-never-land which, he explains, "is a place of violence within reason."

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