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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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Ouliotta Delight Hemogloben: Are you really a man?
The Great Man: Well, I've been called other things...

The Great Man: [Suffering from a hangover] Somebody put too many olives in my martini last night!
Stewardess: Should I get you a Bromo?
The Great Man: No, I couldn't stand the noise!

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

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The frantic race down the Hyperion Street bridge on Glendale Avenue when Field's car is hooked onto the firetruck: Look to the upper far right of the scene in the distance and you will see the Great Mausoleum of Forest Lawn where Fields would eventually be interred in the Columbarium of Nativity.
In the soda-shop scene, Fields turns to the camera and announces that the scene was supposed to have been filmed in a saloon "but the censor cut it out". He was telling the truth.
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.
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