1969: Lillian Gish, discussed, the perils of early film making

1969: Lillian Gish, discussed, the perils of early film making

"I might have been killed, at best I would have been injured"
This clip is from Late Night Line-Up. It has been edited from a longer interview.

1969: Lillian Gish, icon of American cinema, discussed D.W. Griffith, the perils of early filmmaking and the arrival of the talkies.

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