John Barrymore

NOUN
  1. United States actor; son of Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Barrymore (1882-1942)
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How To Use John Barrymore In A Sentence

  • And Julie's roistering scapegrace of a brother, Tony, could be no one other than John Barrymore.
  • There was a picture of John Barrymore in the very old, dankly colorful Lyceum theater, so I was hoping his ghost might be fluttering about so he could see someone could finally out-ham him. Gwen Davis: In the Next Room, Reviewed
  • As the ghost of the legendary actor John Barrymore in the new Broadway comedy "I Hate Hamlet," he's perfectly cast: he's a brilliant actor, he's mercurial and he once had a reputation as a world-class carouser, Now, a month after opening night, Williamson is staying right in character-and embroidering his own colorful legend. All's Well That Ends Well
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