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Screen Guild Theater: Flesh and Fantasy / Smilin' Through / Voice of Bugle Anne

Flesh and Fantasy Edward G. Robinson, Dame May Whitty, Vincent Price Smilin' Through Laraine Day, Van Heflin, C. Aubrey Smith Voice of Bugle Anne Lionel Barrymore, Noah Beery Jr., Martha O'Driscoll Lionel Barrymore (April 28, 1878 -- November 15, 1954) was an American actor of stage, screen and radio as well as a film director.[1] He won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in A Free Soul (1931), and remains perhaps best known for the role of the villainous Mister Potter character in Frank Capra's 1946 film It's a Wonderful Life. He was a member of the theatrical Barrymore family. Barrymore began making films about 1911 with DW Griffith at the Biograph Studios. There are claims that he made an earlier film with Griffith called The Paris Hat (1908) but no such movie exists. Lionel and Doris were in Paris in 1908, where Lionel attended art school and where their first baby, Ethel, was born. Lionel mentions in his autobiography, We Barrymores, that he and Doris were in France when Bleriot flew the channel on July 25, 1909. Entering films the same year his uncle Sidney Drew began a film career at Vitagraph, Barrymore made The Battle (1911), The New York Hat (1912), Friends and Three Friends (1913). In 1915 he co-starred with Lillian Russell in a movie called Wildfire, one of the legendary Russell's few film appearances. He also made a foray into directing at Biograph. The last silent film he directed, Life's Whirlpool (Metro Pictures 1917), starred his sister ...

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