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Wilson Barrett (I) (1846–1904)

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A famous 19th-century actor-manager who played such roles as William Shakespeare's "Othello" onstage in addition to writing his own plays. His most famous stage work is the 1890s religious drama "The Sign of the Cross"; it appeared at approximately the same time as Henryk Sienkiewicz's classic novel, "Quo Vadis?", and may have been an "unofficial ... See more trivia »

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(age 58) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Sign of the Cross
(1932)
Hoodman Blind
Hoodman Blind Writer
(1913)
A Man of Sorrow
(1916)

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 1932 The Sign of the Cross (from the play by)
 1923 Hoodman Blind (play)
 1916 A Man of Sorrow (play "Hoodman Blind")
 1914 The Sign of the Cross (play)
 1913 Hoodman Blind (play)
 1904 The Sign of the Cross (Short)
 1902 A Fight with Sledgehammers (Short) (sketch "The Sledgehammer")
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Stage: Wrote / appeared in (as "Marcus Superbus") "The Sign of the Cross" on Broadway. NOTE: Filmed as The Sign of the Cross (1914), The Sign of the Cross (1932), The Sign of the Cross (1904). See more »

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A famous 19th-century actor-manager who played such roles as William Shakespeare's "Othello" onstage in addition to writing his own plays. His most famous stage work is the 1890s religious drama "The Sign of the Cross"; it appeared at approximately the same time as Henryk Sienkiewicz's classic novel, "Quo Vadis?", and may have been an "unofficial adaptation" of it (such practices were not ... See more »

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