Prof. Eustace P. McGargle
"Fields for President" (1940; reissued 1972 with photos, and commentary by Michael M. Taylor).
3 Biographical Movies |
15 Print Biographies |
20 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
21 Articles |
Bill | Charles Bogle | Otis Criblecoblis | Mahatma Kane Jeeves
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite, and furthermore always carry a small snake.
Has a medical syndrome named after him--"W.C. Fields syndrome", characterized by rhinophyma (rosacea of the nose) associated with alcoholism.
Usually portrayed rather pessimistic, aggressive and suspicious-natured men with great fondness of alcohol. Yet, this same character was at the same time dogged by his wife and he rarely managed to speak up against her. He is remembered for his hatred of children, but did in fact frequently possess great fatherly affection for his daughter.