W.C. Fields
809 WC Fields
Actor Andrew Chapman
Seen The Keystone Constables
Gender Male
Status Historical
Job Entertainer
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William Claude Dukenfield (1880 -1946), known as W. C. Fields, is an American juggler and comedian performing at the Bradley Theatre in Season 7.


W. C. Fields' recognizable trademarks were his raspy drawl and grandiloquent vocabulary. His comic persona was a misanthropic and hard-drinking egotist, who remained a sympathetic character despite his snarling contempt for dogs and children. In 1905 Fields made his Broadway debut in a musical comedy, The Ham Tree. Fields starred in the Follies from 1916 to 1922. His stage costume from 1915 onwards featured a top hat, cut-away coat and collar, and a cane—remarkably similar to the comic strip character Ally Sloper, who may in turn have been inspired by Dickens' Mr Micawber, whom Fields later played on film. Fields appeared in thirteen feature films for Paramount Pictures.

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Murdoch Mysteries Season 7
"Murdoch Ahoy" • "Tour de Murdoch" • "The Filmed Adventures of Detective William Murdoch" • "Return of Sherlock Holmes" • "Murdoch of the Living Dead" • "Murdochophobia" • "Loch Ness Murdoch" • "Republic of Murdoch" • "A Midnight Train to Kingston" • "Murdoch in Ragtime" • "Journey to the Centre of Toronto" • "Unfinished Business" • "The Murdoch Sting"•"Friday the 13th, 1901"•"The Spy Who Came Up to the Cold"•"Kung Fu Crabtree"•"Blast of Silence"•"The Death of Dr. Ogden"
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