Barrymore, Steve Kalafer and Peter Ledonne present ; the Peapack Company/Barrymore Entertainment Film ; screen adaptation by Erik Canuel ; produced by Garth H. Drabinsky ; directed by Erik Canuel
The work Barrymore, Steve Kalafer and Peter Ledonne present ; the Peapack Company/Barrymore Entertainment Film ; screen adaptation by Erik Canuel ; produced by Garth H. Drabinsky ; directed by Erik Canuel represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • Barrymore, Steve Kalafer and Peter Ledonne present ; the Peapack Company/Barrymore Entertainment Film ; screen adaptation by Erik Canuel ; produced by Garth H. Drabinsky ; directed by Erik Canuel
Main title
  • Barrymore
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  • Steve Kalafer and Peter Ledonne present ; the Peapack Company/Barrymore Entertainment Film ; screen adaptation by Erik Canuel ; produced by Garth H. Drabinsky ; directed by Erik Canuel
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • A filmed play of Christopher Plummer in his Tony Award winning performance as iconic stage and screen idol John Barrymore. At the height of his remarkable career, John Barrymore was the most celebrated entertainer of his generation. The reigning king of both Broadway and Hollywood, his decline and fall from grace was the tragic result of a self-destructive spiral into vice and excess. And now, with his career in tatters, he makes one final attempt to reclaim his former glory on the stage in this powerful, heartbreaking, humorous and compassionate portrait of a tortured soul and living legend
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • Not rated
OCLC Number
  • 837684395
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  • Filmed live at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre in Toronto, Canada
Runtime
  • 84
Technique
  • live action
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