Although W.C. Fields would've rather been in Philadelphia, you won't want to be anywhere but in front of your TV with this collection of his side-splitting short films. First, Fields discovers that it "ain't a fit night out for man nor beast" in "The Fatal Glass of Beer" (1933). Next, the mirthful madman tries to get close to a female patient when he's "The Dentist" (1932). Finally, the red-nosed legend becomes the lord of the links in "The Golf Specialist" (1930). 60 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Plays All Regions.