Ethel Barrymore


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Ethel Barrymore
Ethel Mae Blythe
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BirthplacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
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Actress

Barrymore, Ethel

(1879–1959) stage and film actress; born in Philadelphia. Daughter of Maurice Barrymore and a member of the famous family of actors, she had her first success in Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (1901), and made some early silent films. In 1944 she won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in None But the Lonely Heart. She was admired for her portrayal of lovable eccentrics.
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Ring of Fire officially opened on March 12th, 2006 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (243 West 47th Street).
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On May 1, it opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theater and achieved a resounding popular success.
NEW YORK -- Ring of Fire will have its New York premiere on Broadway beginning Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 and open officially on Sunday, March 12th, 2006 on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (243 West 47th Street).
He made his film debut in 1949 in That Midnight Kiss costarring Kathryn Grayson and Ethel Barrymore.
the Extra-Terrestrial is the fifth member of the Barrymore acting dynasty to receive a Hollywood Walk of Fame star, after father John D Barrymore and grandfather John Barrymore, whose siblings were Lionel Barrymore and Ethel Barrymore.
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Notables who died this year included Ethel Barrymore, the celebrated actress, June 18, at 79; Ernest Bloch, composer, July 15, at 78; Raymond Chandler, author, Mar.
Lionel and Ethel Barrymore performed the second act of The Lady of the Camellias.
This one gave guests a chance to step back in time to the early 1900s, when the late Virginia Robinson of Robinson's department stores threw lavish parties for 500 of her nearest and dearest friends, including Charlie Chaplin, Ethel Barrymore and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.