Appeared in "Pantaloon" / "Alice Sit-by-the-Fire" [joint production]. Both plays written by J.M. Barrie
. Criterion Theatre: 25 Dec 1905-Mar 1906 (closing date unknown/81 performances). "Alice Sit-by-the-Fire: Cast: Beatrice Agnew (as "Amy Grey"), Ethel Barrymore
(as "Mrs. Grey")", John Barrymore
(as "Stephen Rollo"), Florence ...
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You can't retire in Hollywood. Nobody gives up a job, even if he;s ninety, or sick, or has money like Midas. Everybody works until his last breath, and when one day they die, they die like Napoleon/s grenadiers, who died with the words "Vive l'Empereur!" Just so, the last words of a director or producer are "Make another take!"
He was one of the very few screen actors in the 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s who had a prolific career despite being in a wheelchair. From 1938, his screen roles were written to accommodate his disability.
Playing grouchy, but usually lovable, elderly men in films