- MauriceHerbert Blythe, 1847–1905, U.S. and English actor, born in India.
- his children: Ethel, 1879–1959, John, 1882–1942, and Lionel, 1878–1954, U.S. actors.
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Barrymore celebrates by proclaiming herself “Lolita” dancing provocatively on his desk, and then flashing him.In Honor of David Letterman’s Pending Retirement, Watch His Wildest Interviews (VIDEO)
April 3, 2014
Barrymore, pregnant and recently married, is similarly hands-on with her blend.Drinking With the Stars: Drew Barrymore, Ramona Singer Wade Into Wine
July 27, 2012
The jury is out on this last movie for Muggles, so Barrymore wins by a non-plastic surgeried nose—such a rarity in Hollywood!
Barrymore was just 11 when Babes in Toyland was broadcast on NBC.
He fancies an American actor named Barrymore, but Barrymore, a prodigious drunk, soon storms back to Los Angeles.Stoker Family Values
October 30, 2009
Take a name like Barrymore—or Bernhardt—or Duse—you can't forget them.Gigolo
He rang the bell and asked Barrymore whether he could account for our experience.
Barrymore looked surprised, and considered for a little time.
Was it possible that it was Barrymore, after all, whom we had seen in the cab in Regent Street?
I could merely see the outline, but his height told me that it was Barrymore.
- a US family of actors, esp Ethel (1879–1959), John (1882–1942), and Lionel (1878–1954)
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