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The Day Lincoln Was Shot – 1956

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The Day Lincoln Was Shot – 1956 Ford Star Jubilee (TV Series) The Day Lincoln Was Shot (1956) The day Lincoln was Shot – Lillian Gish Jack Lemmon Directed by Delbert Mann Writing Credits (in alphabetical order): Jim Bishop … (book)Jean Holloway … (writer)Denis Sanders … (writer)Terry Sanders … (writer)

American Girls use too much rouge – Movie Weekly

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American Girls use too much rouge – Movie Weekly Lillian Gish, White Sister – Inspiration Pictures

A Picture That Was No Picnic – Motion Picture Magazine, 1927

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A Picture That Was No Picnic – Motion Picture Magazine, 1927 Lillian Gish has something to say about the location tortures accompanying the filming of “The Wind” by Katherine Albert from Motion Picture Magazine, October, 1927 Lillian Gish and Lars Hanson rehearsing desert riding scenes – The Wind I went on a location trip to the Mojave Desert to see some movie weather in the making. I wonder if I can make you see that location. First, let me give you just a bit of the background. “The Wind,” based on a novel by Dorothy Scarborough, is a story of the Texas plains, where the wind blows constantly. The role is a departure for Lillian Gish. As Letty, she is a gently reared Southern girl who comes to the wilds of Texas where cowboys, rattlesnakes and disorder flourish. The villain in this piece is not a man but an element, the wind. Miss Gish has been pursued by many bad men. Never before has the wind been her torturer. Lillian Gish (Letty Mason) got mad alone in the house, watching Wirt Ro…