Running Wild
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Running Wild
Running Wild bears a marked resemblance to One Glorious Day, a 1923 Will Rogers vehicle. W.C. Fields stars as a henpecked family man, browbeaten both at home and at work. Only his daughter Mary Brian truly cares about Fields, and he reciprocates by showering most of his familial affection on her. While attending a vaudeville show, Fields volunteers to subject himself to a stage hypnotist. While under a hypnotic spell, Fields' worm turns, and he becomes an aggressive "King of the Castle" type with his family and his employer. Once the spell is broken, Fields reverts to his meek… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Silent domestic comedy that has a trim and mustached W.C. Fields."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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