Ethel Barrymore in 1901 in one of the famous dresses from Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines. Ethel Barrymore (1879-1959)

Actress Ethel Barrymore photo taken in 1901 in one of the famous dresses from Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines.

Maude Adams and Ethel Barrymore

PERFORMERS: Maude Adams (top) and Ethel Barrymore (bottom) Friends and probably the two most versatile performers at the turn of the century. Both starred on stage and screen.

She was the sister of actors John Barrymore and Lionel Barrymore, the aunt of actor John Drew Barrymore, and the great-aunt of actress Drew Barrymore.

Actress Ethel Barrymore was born Ethel Mae Blythe, the second child of the actors Maurice Barrymore (whose real name was Herbert Blythe) and Georgiana Drew. Death: June 1959 Los Angeles, CA

Ethel Barrymore - Wikipedia

Ethel Barrymore - Wikipedia

New York Theatre Ethel Barrymore Theatre by www.crackerjackcollage.etsy.com

New York Theatre Ethel Barrymore Theatre Broadway Mixed Media Collage on Canvas

New York Theatre Ethel Barrymore Theatre by www.crackerjackcollage.etsy.com

Ethel Barrymore (1879 - 1959) Actress. In the first half of the 20th Century, Ethel Barrymore and her brothers Lionel and John were probably the most famous family of actors in the English-speaking world. She was a legend on the New York and London stage for over 40 years.

Grave Marker- Ethel Barrymore, actress (None but the lonely). Ethel Barrymore died of cardiovascular disease, at her home in Hollywood, California, She was entombed at Calvary Cemetery.

Ethel Barrymore (1879-1959) Ethel Barrymore was an American stage and film actress whose distinctive style, voice, and wit made her the "first lady" of the American theatre. Ethel Barrymore starred for the first time on Broadway in 1901. In 1928 she opened the Ethel Barrymore Theater in New York. She also appeared in vaudeville, on radio and television and in several films. During the 1920s and 1930s, she made only one film. In 1944, she played opposite Cary Grant in the film None but the…

Ethel Barrymore Ethel Barrymore was an American stage and film actress whose distinctive style, voice and wit made her the "first lady" of the American theatre.

Actor Maurice Barrymore, father of John, Lionel and Ethel and great-grandfather of Drew, 1876

Herbert Arthur Chamberlayne Blythe (September 1849 – March name Maurice Barrymore—was an American stage actor. He was the patriarch of the Barrymore acting family, father of John, Lionel and Ethel, and great-grandfather of actress Drew.

In demand ever since her Academy Award win, Barrymore made 20 films between 1946 and 1957, appearing mostly in supporting roles. Her late film work brought her three more Oscar nominations for The Spiral Staircase (1946), The Paradine Case (1947), and Pinky (1949). She also briefiy hosted her own television program, The Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

BARRYMORE, ETHEL (Ethel May Barrymore) Actress Hailing from America’s most distinguished acting family, Ethel May Barrymor.

Ethel Barrymore playing the male character Carrots in a play of the same name, 1902

Ethel Barrymore playing the male character "Carrots", in a play of the same name, 1902

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