Appeared (as "Anatol") in "The Affairs of Anatol" on Broadway. Written by Arthur Schnitzler
. Directed by George Foster Platt
. Little Theatre: 14 Oct 1912-Dec 1912 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Marguerite Clark (as "Hilda"), Alfred De Ball (as "Waiter"), Albert Easdale (as "Franz"), Katherine Emmett (as "...
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
[After watching Marlene Dietrich
perform] She handles her body like Stradivarius used to handle his violins. And no matter what kind of finish it happens to be wearing at the time, it's still a masterpiece.
After Barrymore's death, his friends - including Errol Flynn
and Raoul Walsh
- gathered at a bar to commiserate on John's passing. Walsh, claiming he was too upset, pretended to go home. Instead, he and two friends went to the funeral home and bribed the caretaker to lend them Barrymore's body. Transporting it to Flynn's house, it was propped up in Errol's favorite living room chair. Flynn ...