W.C. Fields' FansTed Wioncek, president of W.C. Fields Fan Club has tirelessly devoted many years to the Fan Club and the Lompoc Picayene-Intelligencer: The Official Newsletter of the W.C. Fields Fan Club.
W.C. Fields' Fan Group on Yahoo! upholds to "...the rediscovery and restoration of W.C. Fields' silent films, especially those that are currently lost."
W.C. Fields' facebook Fan Club connects you and hundreds of other fans with "...one of the great American comic personas of the first half of the 20th century."
Resources on W.C. Fields
The W.C. Fields Collection at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Margaret Herrick Library chronicles the world’s modern entertainment heritage and is now accessible to researchers, scholars, film historians, and the public.
The glorious W.C. Fields Exhibit at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center – May 19 through August 21, 2010. An Exhibit of Love and Family. Curator, Dr. Barbara Cohen-Stratyner said, “This W.C. Fields' exhibit is wonderful....the attendance outstanding.”
IMDb on W.C. Fields, The Internet Movie Database shows the artist's filmography, popularity and trivia.
IMDb on Ronald J. Fields also shows his grandson's talents as writer and Emmy Award winning producer for the PBS documentary W.C. Fields Straight Up.
Film scholar and TV personality Leonard Maltin appreciates "new wrinkles to Fields' fandom" at our own official Web site.
Slapsticon is an annual four-day film festival celebrating silent and early sound comedy films held every July in Arlington, VA. Rob Farr brings together film researchers, historians, and collectors who share a passion for the preservation of the creative efforts in the development of motion picture comedy. The proximity to the Library of Congress affords attendees access to the latest preservation efforts.
Realize more about the versatile W.C. Fields in Vaudeville Wars by Arthur Frank Wertheim. His book fully describes the Keith and Orpheum vaudeville circuits Fields toured.
Juggling Hall of Fame reveals that as a performer "...in his youth W.C. Fields was the most successful comedy juggler of his generation."
BrainyQuote acquaints us with several of his famous quotes "my little chickadee."
W.C. Fields on Answers.com asks curious questions for everyone to answer who is aquainted with American theater, filmography and more.
W.C. Fields on Fandango lists the many professionals he worked along side.