The Pharmacist (1933)

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A unified anthology of many of Mr. Fields' standard store gags. Fields, as Dr. Dilweg, the pharmacist, runs a neighbourhood shop. Business is good, he's been doing a land-office business selling postage stamps ever since he put on the neon sign. His daughter spends her time talking to her new boy friend Cuthbert on the telephone. The younger daughter refuses to eat her spinach but has developed a taste for the pet canary.

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