Photograph of John Barrymore (uncredited)
Professor Auguste A. Topaze
Prince Christian Rudolph Augustus Kettlar, Duke of Kurland
Don Jose de Marana / Don Juan de Marana
Appeared (as "Charley Hyne") in "The Dictator" on Broadway. Farce [return engagement]. Written by Richard Harding Davis
. Criterion Theatre: 24 Aug 1904-Sep 1904 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Edward Abeles
(as "Simpson, alias Jim, Brook's Valet"), William Collier
(as "Brook Travers, alias Steve"), Charles Jackson...
2 Biographical Movies |
14 Print Biographies |
7 Portrayals |
28 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 10" (1.78 m)
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My head is buried in the sands of tomorrow, while my tail feathers are singed by the hot sun of today.
His sharp wit never left him, even when he was dying. A priest came to administer the last rites, accompanied by an exceedingly homely nurse. When the priest asked him if he had anything to confess, Barrymore replied, "Yes, Father. I am guilty, at this moment, of having carnal thoughts." "About whom?," replied the shocked priest. "About HER!," he replied, indicating the nurse.
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