Lionel Barrymore


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Noun1.Lionel Barrymore - United States actorLionel Barrymore - United States actor; son of Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Barrymore (1878-1954)
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This snap must have been taken around 1934 - the year Lionel Barrymore starred in This Side Of Heaven
Then on Christmas Eve there will be a screening of It's A Wonderful Life at 11am, the all-time favourite Christmas film from 1946 starring James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore which has become a traditional annual treat at the Rex.
McDaniel's first major role came in 1935's "The Little Colonel," where she starred alongside big names such as Shirley Temple and Lionel Barrymore.
The roster of Hollywood icons assembled to read from Corwin's script included Jimmy Stewart, Walter Brennan, Walter Huston, Lionel Barrymore, Edward G.
Potter (confined to a wheelchair because Lionel Barrymore was when he played the iconic villain in the film) and Mr.
First released in the UK in May, 1947, the fantasy drama stars Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore.
Curiosamente, el punto de partida de esta cuarta pelicula de Andrey Zviagintsev (El retomo, 2003) fue un caso real que sucedio en Estados Unidos, e incluso pretendio filmar ahi Leviatan', el personaje y la actuacion de Roman Madyanov le debe mucho al personaje de Lionel Barrymore de la cinta de Frank Capra Que bello es vivir (1946).
During the 1940s she costarred with Lionel Barrymore in Mayor of the Town and became "the First Lady of Suspense" by appearing in more than 25 episodes of the long-running series.
She went on to star in 40 feature films alongside big-name actors such as Randolph Scott, Lionel Barrymore, Jimmy Durante, Cary Grant and Ronald Reagan.
Yet, the Academy felt children would be at a voting disadvantage with adults after the 1930-31 ceremony (which then covered parts of two years), when nine-year-old Jackie Cooper was nominated as Best Actor (for "Skippy," 1931), but lost to Lionel Barrymore (in a "Free Soul," 1931).
Ballard, US author, 1930 DIED LIONEL Barrymore, actor, 1954, above STOKELY Carmichael, activist, 1998 MARGARET Mead, anthropologist, 1978
Potter, the mean-spirited, grumpy old man played by Lionel Barrymore in Frank Capra's 1946 classic holiday movie, "It's a Wonderful Life.