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written on the cover of THE TATLER(23 Oct. 1929 issue) which pictures John Barrymore with Winston Churchill, Note to John Barrymore, c. 1929.

Author: Max Beerbohm, Sir; Samuel Stark
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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It appears that Beerbohm has touched up the cover photo with pencil to give a somewhat disreputable air to both men. His note chides Barrymore as being an "ill-hosier'd wrong-un, " while Churchill "surely hasn't become a butler and been discharged for drunkenness and theft, so that he is more a penitent in mufti, vainly seeking, without a 'character, ' a situation in some decent household?"
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Named Person: John Barrymore; Winston Churchill; John Barrymore; Winston Churchill
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Max Beerbohm, Sir; Samuel Stark
OCLC Number: 122500098
Notes: Part of the Stark Theatre collection. This item marked PH27.
Description: 1 item.
Other Titles: Tatler.

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It appears that Beerbohm has touched up the cover photo with pencil to give a somewhat disreputable air to both men. His note chides Barrymore as being an "ill-hosier'd wrong-un, " while Churchill "surely hasn't become a butler and been discharged for drunkenness and theft, so that he is more a penitent in mufti, vainly seeking, without a 'character, ' a situation in some decent household?"

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