Definition of Otis skinner
1. Noun. United States actor (1858-1942).
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Literary usage of Otis skinner
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1. Business Administration by La Salle Extension University (1909)
"BY otis skinner. [otis skinner, actor; born in 1858, at Cambridge, Mass.; during his early life he was an amateur reader and actor in Hartford, Connecticut, ..."
2. Memories and Impressions of Helena Modjeska: An Autobiography by Helena Modjeska (1910)
"We played "Macbeth, " again, and this time Vroom and Hanley joined otis skinner in the bare-leg show. Skinner and Vroom's limbs were painted, ..."
3. Journal of the National Institute of Social Sciences by Lillie Hamilton French (1921)
"COMMUNICATION THE CELLULOID DRAMA BY otis skinner, MA It was my unusual experience during the months of July and August, 1920, to "go into the movies"—the ..."
4. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1897)
"otis skinner. Sept. 23,26, Oct. 1,3. 4 Merchant of Venice. 5 ! Richard Mansfield. ... 1 otis skinner. Sept. 24. ( Frederick Warde. Apr. 4,10. 6 Othello. ..."