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Lillian Gish Cca 1930's - COLLECTION White Studio Billy Rose Theater

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Lillian Gish Cca 1930's - COLLECTION White Studio Billy Rose Theater


Lillian Gish's silent films on wide screen HD

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Lillian Gish's silent films on wide screen HD

Kindly follow the above link to watch the video (YouTube)

Trailer like video, duration 52 minutes, containing scene from some of Lillian Gish's silent films in chronological order. Movie was adapted for wide screen 720p 29.97 Fps, every shot was re edited to fit the point of interest correctly.










Photographs are displayed just for info, NOT in chronological order

Wide Shot, Stage design for Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" 1930

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Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" 1930

Stage wide shot - scenes from the play


Isabel Vernon (Mme. Voinitskaya), Joanna Roos (Sonia), Eduardo Cianelli (Ilya), Lillian Gish (Helena) and Osgood Perkins (Michael)


Kate Mayhew (Marina), Isabel Vernon (Mme. Voinitskaya), Eugene Powers (Alexander), Eduardo Cianelli (Ilya), Joanna Roos (Sonia), Lillian Gish (Helena) and Walter Connolly (Vanya)


L to R Isabel Vernon (as Mme Voinitskaya), Eduardo Cianelli (as Ilya Telegin), Lillian Gish (Helena), and Walter Connolly (Ivan Voinitski, Uncle Vanya)


L to R Kate Mayhew (Marina), Isabel Vernon (Mme Voinitskaya), Eugene Powers (Alexander), Eduardo Cianelli (Ilya), Joanna Roos (Sonia), Lillian Gish (Helena) and Walter Connolly (Vanya)


Osgood Perkins (Michael), Eugene Powers (Alexander), Eduardo Cianelli (Ilya), Isabel Vernon (Mme. Voinitskaya), Kate Mayhew (Marina), Joanna Roos (Sonia), Walter Connolly (Vanya) and Lillian Gish (Helena)

"Uncle Vanya was a result of a bottle of Clos Vouget wine. While l…

Lillian Gish remembers "The Wind", her last silent movie

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Chicago Tribune Archive - Advance for Sunday Editions March 8 - (NY 85 March 3) -- MEMORIES

 - Silent movie actress Lillian Gish strikes a pose as she reflects on her years as a silent movie star, in her New York apartment, in February. Gish, described as America's most enduring film star, detailed the production of "The Wind", the last silent film she made 59 years ago. (AP Lasercolor /Richard Drew) 1987 (EDS: Gish wears a blue dress with violet trim)

Extended Photo Gallery - Lillian Gish

Miss Lillian Gish - Tribute Page on Facebook

Miss Lillian Gish - Web Site with Links and downloads



Miss Lillian Gish in her New York apartment AP LaserFOTO II




Victor Sjostrom (director), Lillian Gish and Johnny Arnold (head cameraman) - The Wind (1928) - Nov 27 USA



A ball /tornado scene with Montagu Love "the villain"- The Wind (1928) - Nov 27 USA — withMontagu Love.




The stucked door, a different angle shot - The Wind (1928) - Nov 27 USA


The Wind (1928) - Nov 27 USA

Director: V…

The Gish Girls Talk About Each Other - 1921 (Photoplay)

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The Gish Girls Talk About Each Other To ADA PATTERSON (Photoplay Feb – Jun 1921)
"All we have in common is our mother," said one of the most unlike sisters in the world. Lillian Gish spoke. The young tragedienne whom John Barrymore has called "The American Bernhardt" sat staidly in a chair according to the accepted relation of chairs and sitters. Dorothy Gish, the comedienne, perched on hers. It must be chronicled of Mrs. James Rennie that she sits on her feet. She is more comfortable so and neither her sad-eyed sister, nor her mother, nor her bridegroom ever reproves her for the acquired in childhood habit. It's a part of her and none of the family wants to lose any part of Dorothy. The sisters had promised to talk about each other to me. They had agreed to tell the truth, frankly, as they saw it. The time was a recent Saturday afternoon. The place was the apartment occupied by Mrs. Gish and Lillian. Hard by was that of the"7ecently made Mrs. James Rennie wit…