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Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Edward F. Cline and produced by Jack J. Gross.

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The Great Man: [Sitting at a luncheonette table] I don't know why I ever come in here. Flies get the best of everything!

The Great Man: Suffering sciatica! Last time is was pink elephants.

Ouliotta Delight Hemogloben: The only game I've ever played is bean-bag.
The Great Man: Bean-bag... ah, it's very good. Becomes very exciting at times. I saw the championship played in Paris; many people were killed.

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Several cast members in studio records/casting call lists for this movie were not seen in the final print. These were (with their character names): Richard Alexander (Burly Man), William Alston (Circus Attendant), Al Hill (Studio Policeman), James C. Morton (Studio Policeman), Lloyd Ingraham (Doctor) and Armand 'Curly' Wright (Doctor).
This was the last movie to feature Fields as the main character; his remaining film work had him in supporting roles or cameos, as his health began to decline.
The title came from dialog in the final scene of W.C. Fields' big stage hit (and later film) "Poppy".
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