Lionel Barrymore


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United States actor

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A week after Pearl Harbor, the patriotic radio show We Hold These Truths aired on three networks, boasting an all-star creative team that included scriptwriter Norman Corwin (dark moustache) and actors Jimmy Stewart (behind Corwin), Lionel Barrymore (at the mic), and Orson Welles (far left).
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE SKY MOVIES CLASSICS 7PM Frank Capra's fantasy drama, starring James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore.
In 1941, he wrote We Hold These Truths, a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Bill of Rights in the US Constitution, featuring the voices of Lionel Barrymore, Walter Brennan and Orson Welles.
The fact that her co-star was Lionel Barrymore, who founded the famous American film dynasty, says it all.
Potter, played devilishly by Lionel Barrymore, the majority shareholder of the building and loan.
Her uncle was Lionel Barrymore and aunt Ethel Barrymore - both stars in their own right.
The following year he film the adaptation of the Broadway smash "You Can't Take It With You" staring Lionel Barrymore.
James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, and Thomas Mitchell.
Lionel Barrymore, brother of fellow actors John and Ethel, great-uncle of Drew, was confined to a wheelchair and played the crippled Dr.
During the 1930s, many of the couple's Hollywood friends visited, including Clark Gable and his wife Carole Lombard, Errol Flynn, Tex Ritter and Lionel Barrymore.
Krassner: I got my entire philosophy from the actor Lionel Barrymore.
Academy Awards were presented to Cimarron as the outstanding motion picture of 1931; to Lionel Barrymore as best actor for A Free Soul; and to Marie Dressler as best actress for Min and Bill.
They wrote prolifically about themselves in many autobiographies, among them We Barrymores by Lionel Barrymore (1951) and Memories by Ethel Barrymore (1955).