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Clyde Bruckman Overview:

Director, Clyde Bruckman, was born on Sep 20, 1894 in San Bernardino, CA. Bruckman died at the age of 60 on Jan 4, 1955 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Fairhaven Memorial Park Cemetery in Santa Ana, Orange County, CA.

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?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy? Book Giveaway (November via Facebook and Blog)

By Annmarie Gatti on Nov 4, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy? Qualifying?Entry Task for Facebook and Blog Book Giveaway Contest Here we go…this is our Facebook/Blog version of the contest! ?We will be giving away?TWO copies?of?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy?by?Matthew De... Read full article


?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy? Book Giveaway (via Twitter November 2 through November 28)

By Annmarie Gatti on Nov 2, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy? Qualifying?Entry Task for TWITTER Book Giveaway Contest I am happy to say that CMH will be giving away?FOUR copies?of?The Gag Man: and the Birth of Film Comedy?by?Matthew Dessem,?via TWITTER this month,?courtesy of The Critica... Read full article


The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933, )

on Jun 16, 2011 From The Stop Button

As it turns out–it’s hard to tell from the first ten minutes–The Fatal Glass of Beer is something of a spoof of melodramas. Those first ten minutes though are mostly just W.C. Fields being a gold prospector in a snow storm. There’s very little narrative. Fields introduces one... Read full article


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Clyde Bruckman Facts
In 1930, he lived at 717 N. Elm Drive in Beverly Hills.

Bruckman had been a sportswriter prior to films.

Clyde Bruckman's life and death were the inspiration for one of the episodes of "The X-Files" (1993). Peter Boyle played the fictional character named Clyde Bruckman in a Darin Morgan penned episode called "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose."

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