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Old Boxed W. C. Fields Hurry Hurry 8mm Castle Movie Film
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This item is already soldOld Boxed W. C. Fields Hurry Hurry 8mm Castle Movie Film
W. C. Fields   Actor   Comedian   Comedy   8mm   Castle   Movie   Film
The picture shows a view of this Old Boxed W. C. Fields Hurry Hurry 8mm Castle Movie Film. The Castle movie is not dated but it is old. It is a film of excerpts from the feature film ''Never Give A Sucker An Even Break'' which is from 1941. The film is in the correct box but the title is slightly different. It is marked on the title frames as follows:

HURRY HURRY
EXCERPTS FROM THE FEATURE FILM PRODUCTION
NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN BREAK
TELEVISION RIGHTS RESERVED

The side of the box reads as follows:

W. C. FIELDS IN
''HURRY, HURRY''

The film is on a metal reel. We don't know the running time but the film fills most of the 5'' reel it is on. We don't have a 8mm projector set up so we did not play the movie, but manually looking at it the film appears to be in mint condition. The box has wear as pictured. Below here is the cast of the film ''Never Give A Sucker An Even Break'':

W.C. Fields - The Great Man, W.C. Fields / Uncle Bill
Gloria Jean - His Niece, Gloria Jean
Leon Errol - His Rival, Leon Errol
Billy Lenhart - Heckler (as Butch)
Kenneth Brown - Heckler (as Buddy)
Margaret Dumont - Mrs. Hemogloben
Susan Miller - Ouliotta Delight Hemogloben
Franklin Pangborn - The Producer, Mr. Pangborn
Mona Barrie - The Producer's Wife, Mrs. Pangborn
Charles Lang - Peter Carson, the Young Engineer
Anne Nagel - Madame Gorgeous
Nell O'Day - Salesgirl
Irving Bacon - Tom, the Soda Jerk
Jody Gilbert - The Tiny Waitress
Minerva Urecal - Mrs. Pastromi, the Cleaning Lady
Emmett Vogan - Steve Roberts, the Engineer
Carlotta Monti - Receptionist
Claud Allister - Bitten Englishman (uncredited)
Frank Austin - Diner with high blood pressure (uncredited)
Leon Belasco - Pianist (uncredited)
Eddie Bruce - Cameraman (uncredited)
Irene Coleman - Stewardess (uncredited)
Kay Deslys - Mrs. Wilson (uncredited)
William Gould - Doorman (uncredited)
Harriette Haddon - Redhead (uncredited)
Jack 'Tiny' Lipson - Huge Turk (uncredited)
Charles McMurphy - Police Officer (uncredited)
Frances Morris - Nurse (uncredited)
Jean Porter - Passerby (uncredited)
Victor Potel - Russian magistrate Clines (uncredited)
Marcia Ralston - Stewardess (uncredited)
Beatrice Roberts - Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Jack Roper - Joe, the Jamo drinker (uncredited)
Kathryn Sheldon - Spinster passenger (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan - Fire truck driver (uncredited)
Emma Tansey - Old lady with newspaper (uncredited)
Emil Van Horn - Gargo the gorilla (uncredited)
Michael Visaroff - Village Coachman (uncredited)
Billy Wayne - Stage 6 Foreman (uncredited)
Dave Willock - Assistant Director Johnson (uncredited)
Bill Wolfe - Aspiring Actor (uncredited)
Duke York - Tough guy (uncredited)

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Old Boxed W. C. Fields Hurry Hurry 8mm Castle Movie Film


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