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Georgiana Drew Barrymore

(1856—1893)

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Ethel Barrymore

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(1879–1959), actress.

Born in Philadelphia, daughter of Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Drew Barrymore, she made her stage debut in 1894 playing opposite her grandmother Mrs. Drew...

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Fifth Avenue Theatre

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New York.1. On 24th Street near Broadway. Originally the Fifth Avenue Opera House, specializing in Negro minstrel shows, it opened as a theatre in 1867, but closed abruptly after a ...

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John Barrymore

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(1882–1942),

outstanding but very uneven American actor, grandson of Mrs John Drew, brother of Ethel and Lionel Barrymore, who became a popular matinée idol and a good light...

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Lionel Barrymore

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(1878–1954)

US actor, best known for his portrayal of irascible but lovable characters in numerous films in the 1930s and 1940s.

Lionel Barrymore was born in Philadelphia...

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Maurice Barrymore

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(1847–1905),

English actor, who took his stage name from an old playbill hanging in the Haymarket Theatre in London. He first appeared on the stage in 1875, and then went ...

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Mrs John Drew

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(1820–97),

American actress and theatre manager, daughter of English actors who could trace their theatrical ancestry back to Elizabethan days. She went on...

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Senator

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(1890),

a play by David D. Lloyd and Sydney Rosenfeld. [Star Theatre, 119 perf.] Silas Denman (J. G. Padgett) and his daughter, Mabel (Lizzie Hudson Collier), come to Washington to...

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