The Temperance Lecture. B1. Promotions Unlimited. B2. The Swim To Catalina Island. Recordings from the Archives of Radio Yesteryear, Box H, Croton-on-Hudson, New York 10520. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 Printed Label): MX161791.
C. Fields as Larsen E. Whipsnade. Edgar Bergen as Himself and the characters Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd. Constance Moore as Vicky Whipsnade. Mary Forbes as Mrs. Bel-Goodie. The whimsical title comes from a line spoken by Fields about ten minutes into the film. Whipsnade says that his grandfather Litvak's last words, spoken "just before they sprung the trap", were: "You can't cheat an honest man; never give a sucker an even break, or smarten up a chump. This is the title of a subsequent Fields film, made in 1941. The character name is obviously.
Edgar Bergen Show with Charlie McCarthy, featuring special guest Marilyn Monroe. As heard on CBS Radio in 1952. More Edgar Bergen, with Edward Everett Horton and Abbott & Costello The Edgar Bergen-Charlie McCarthy Show w/ Marilyn Monroe - Vinyl LP Album Record. Fields on Radio with Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy lp CS9890 Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail (2 to 8 business days). Edgar Bergen and Charlie Mccarthy : Ladies Men (2009, CD) BRAND NEW SEALED. Fields On Radio with Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy 1969 Columbia CS 9890.
Though the Fields-McCarthy radio "feuds" have become classics, they do not translate as well in cinematic form. With the exception of a brief reunion in "Song of the Open Road" (1944), it's easy to see why there never was a Fields-Bergen encore on the big screen. You Can't Cheat An Honest Man" has its moments of hilarity, but a little more Fields would have helped. This is a truly classic comedy featuring . Fields and Edgar Bergen. Fields plays circus proprietor Larson Whipsnade.
Charlie McCarthy, Edgar Bergen. Snippitybits: Tunes and Tales of the Western Highlands of Scotland - Charlie McCarthy.
Performer, Primary Artist. Performer, Primary Artist.
Edgar John Bergen (born Edgar John Berggren, February 16, 1903 – September 30, 1978) was an American actor, comedian and radio performer, best known for his proficiency in ventriloquism and his characters Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd. He was also the father of actress Candice Bergen. Bergen was born in Chicago, Illinois, one of five children and the youngest of two sons of Swedish immigrants Nilla Svensdotter (née Osberg) and Johan Henriksson Berggren.
Fields, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson. Larson E. Whipsnade runs a seedy circus which is perpetually in debt. His performers give him nothing but trouble, especially Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. Meanwhile, Whipsnade's son and daughter, Phineas and Vicky, attend a posh college. Vicky turns down her caddish but rich suitor Roger Bel-Goodie, but changes her mind when she learns of her father's financial troubles. Meanwhile, Whipsnade's son. Building on their radio feud with the great . McCarthy: Help me, Bergen! Get me out! Bergen: Which one are you in?
|The Skunk Trap||9:04|
|Old Friends And Old Wine||1:44|
|The Snake Story (A Commercial)||2:51|
|The Temperance Lecture||5:30|
|The Swim To Catalina Island||3:40|
|CS 9890||W.C. Fields||W.C. Fields On Radio With Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy (LP)||Columbia||CS 9890||US||1969|
|CS 9890||W.C. Fields||W.C. Fields On Radio With Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy (LP)||Columbia||CS 9890||Canada||1969|
|SBP 233819||W.C. Fields||W.C. Fields On Radio With Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 233819||Australia||1969|
|CS 9890||W.C. Fields||W.C. Fields On Radio With Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy (LP, RP)||Columbia||CS 9890||US||1969|