Barrymore, who is also know for his roles in films such as You Can't Take it With You, Key Largo, and many more, won one Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his part in A Free Soul (1931). He was nominated for Best Director for Madame X in 1947.
He was also a radio actor, composer and painter, and author. He died Nov. 15, 1954, in Van Nuys, CA.
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