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Elaine Jacobs net worth & biography:Elaine Barrie (née Jacobs; July 16, 1915 – March 1, 2003) was a New York City–born American actress who appeared in several films and one Broadway play. She was the fourth, and last, wife of actor John Barrymore.She claimed to have fallen in love with Barrymore in 1931, when she was 16, after seeing his film, the classic Svengali. They married five years later, in Yuma, Arizona, but the marriage was a rocky one and they finally divorced in 1940.In 1937, shortly before her final divorce, she was sued to prevent her from appearing in Dwain Esper's How to Undress in Front of Your Husband, by E. K. Nadel, on the grounds that it was already copyrighted by Sherill C. Coben.She moved to Port-au-Prince, Haiti and worked as a handbag designer.She died on March 1, 2003. Wikipedia
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|How to Take a Bath||1937||Short|
|How to Undress in Front of Your Husband||1937||Short as Elaine Barrie Barrymore|
|Biography||2001||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Famous Families||1998||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Hollywood Goes to Town||1938||Short documentary||Herself|
|Biography||2002||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|The Casting Couch||1995||Video documentary|
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|1||The daughter of a traveling salesman, she claims she was first mesmerized by John Barrymore watching him in the 1931 film Svengali (1931) and vowed to marry him. She didn't actually meet him until 1935 at age 19 while a student at Hunter College. He was 53.|
|2||To help Christopher Plummer prepare for a one-man show on John Barrymore on Broadway in 1997, she showed him Barrymore's love letters.|
|3||She was the first of John Barrymore's four wives to use the Barrymore name professionally, and the first to undress onstage.|
|4||She was the only one of John Barrymore's former wives to attend his funeral in 1942.|
|5||As a Hunter College student of 19, she wrote an adoring letter to John Barrymore, then 53 and hospitalized in Manhattan. He phoned her, they had a pleasant talk and he invited her to visit him. There was a most meaningful kiss in his hospital room.|
|6||After her divorce from John Barrymore, she ran a business importing straw baskets and handbags from Haiti.|
|1||[about John Barrymore] He made me unashamed of the natural. He made me glory in my sensuality. My head still whirls from the memories.|
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