Contents 1 Biography 2 Awards 3 Selected filmography 4 References 5 External links


Biography[edit] Ad for Help, Taking a Rest, and His First Tooth (1916). Sidney Drew or Mr. Sidney Drew as he was usually billed, was an uncle of actors Lionel, Ethel and John Barrymore. Drew's origins have been the subject of speculation. His mother Mrs. Louisa Drew said she adopted him not long after the death of her husband John Drew, Sr. in 1862. Researchers have speculated that Sidney was Mrs. Drew's biological child either from her late husband or from a love affair. It was noticed that she disappeared for some time to the country before returning to Philadelphia with baby Sidney. John Barrymore always said Sidney looked too much like Grandmother Louisa to be anyone else's child.[citation needed] In his stage career, Sidney Drew was a light-hearted leading man along with his wife, Gladys Rankin, the first Mrs. Sidney Drew.[2] In 1896, the pair introduced legitimate drama to the vaudeville stage.[3] They entered films as a team with the old Kalem Company in 1911, but achieved greater success after their switch to Vitagraph in 1913. Gladys Rankin Drew died later that year from undisclosed causes. Sidney Drew was briefly paired with Clara Kimball Young, with whom Drew starred in the two-reel melodrama satire Goodness Gracious; or, Movies as they Shouldn't Be (1914) directed by Clara's husband James Young.[citation needed] Sidney Drew and Lucile McVey (the second Mrs. Sidney Drew) in 1917 He remarried to Lucile McVey, born in Sedalia, Missouri, a Vitagraph scriptwriter who briefly went under the name Jane Morrow. Sidney Drew added his new wife to his one-reel comedies, acknowledging McVey as both a writer and co-director. As a comedy team, known as Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew, the team perfected the situation comedy style that the team of John Bunny and Flora Finch started. Their style of comedy was usually gentle satire on married life, but also poked fun at the world of show business. Sidney took sole credit as director for two five-reel features at Vitagraph, the groundbreaking cross-gender comedy A Florida Enchantment (1914), in which Edith Storey played the leading female role, and the drama Playing Dead (1915), the Drews' only attempt at a "serious" film.[citation needed] In 1916, the popular team was lured to Richard A. Rowland's and Louis B. Mayer's newly founded Metro company, where they continued to dominate in the field of marital comedy. During World War I, Sidney Drew's son, actor-director S. Rankin Drew, was killed in action. Drew never recovered from the loss. The team left Metro for personal appearances but was signed to V.B.K. Sidney Drew died suddenly on April 9, 1919. Lucile McVey Drew died in 1925 from cancer, at the age of 35.


Awards[edit] Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew have a joint Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[4]


Selected filmography[edit] Jerry's Mother-In-Law (1913) Beauty Unadorned (1913) A Florida Enchantment (1914)(*short) Boobley's Baby (1915) Fox Trot Finesse (1915)(*short) Help (1916)(*short) Taking a Rest (1916)(*short) His Fourth Tooth (1916)(*short) Pay Day (1918) Romance and Rings (1919)(*short) Bunkered (1919) (*short) The Stimulating Mrs. Barton (1920) Cousin Kate(1921)(*directed by Mrs. Sidney Drew)


References[edit] ^ Sidney Drew: North American Theatre Online ^ Beasley, David (2002). McKeee Rankin and the Heyday of the American Theater pp. 101-102. ^ Slide, Anthony (2006). New York City Vaudeville. Charleston, SC: Arcadia. p. 80. ISBN 0738545627. ^ Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame presumably refers to the second Mrs. Drew, Lucile Drew.


External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew. Mrs. Sidney Drew at Women Film Pioneers Project Lucille McVey at Find a Grave Sidney Drew on IMDb Mrs. Sidney Drew on IMDb Lucile, the 2nd Mrs. Sidney Drew on IMDb portrait of Sidney Drew Mrs. Sidney Drew (Lucile McVey) portrait Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mr._and_Mrs._Sidney_Drew&oldid=815729291" Categories: American male film actorsAmerican male silent film actorsAmerican film directorsVaudeville performersAmerican people of English descentAmerican people of Irish descentActors from Missouri1863 births1870 births1914 deaths1919 deathsBarrymore familyDeaths from cancerPeople from Sedalia, MissouriFilm directors from Missouri20th-century American male actors20th-century American actressesAmerican film actressesAmerican silent film actressesHidden categories: All articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from April 2011Find a Grave template with ID not in Wikidata


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