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Warner Baxter
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Actor
    (March 29, 1889-May 7, 1951)
    Won the 1928/29 Best Actor Oscar (In Old Arizona)
    Acted in '42nd Street,' 'The Great Gatsby,' 'The Prisoner of Shark Island,' 'The Cisco Kid' and 'Broadway Bill'
    Raoul Walsh was originally set to play his Oscar-winning role in 'In Old Arizona,' but had to drop out when a jackrabbit jumped through the windshield of the jeep he was driving and blinded him.
    He was the first actor to win an Oscar for a Western, but he was afraid of horses.
    When he was a boy, he discovered a boy a block away who would eat worms and swallow flies for a penny. For one third of the profits, he exhibited him in a tent.
    His autograph is carved into his gravestone.
    He was divorced.
    He was the highest paid film actor in 1936.
    He suffered a nervous breakdown in the 1940s.
    He underwent a lobotomy to relieve pains of arthritis.

Credit: Jon Mullich


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