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Lillian Gish Stage Magazine June 1933 Illustration Life With Father

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Lillian Gish Stage Magazine June 1933 Illustration Life With Father
Dissolving the public notion of her film fragility, Lillian Gish has been showing recently the subtle sturdiness of her acting as Effie Holden, the New Bedford killer in Nine Pine Street, her third role since her return to the stage three years ago in Uncle Vanya. A sensible, worldly woman whose deliberate front has been aloofness, she has been winning her way in plays since those days when she was a child actress, chased by Chinamen in touring melodramas. Through her years in the films, where as Hester Prynne and Mimi, notably she fluttered palely around sunlit rose bushes, she learned to act acutely with her underlip, her eyes, and her lashes. Frequently hostess to the intellectuals of Hollywood, she lived there maturing her quiet art, whose leaders for her are Duse and Maude Adams.

THE ALCOA HOUR - 1955-1957, ('Morning's at Seven.' 1956)

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THE ALCOA HOUR, Dorothy Gish, David Wayne, June Lockhart, Lillian Gish, 1955-1957, 'Morning's at Seven.' 1956
The Gish Girls talk about each other - an article written by Ada Patterson The Gish Girls talk about each other - an article written by Ada Patterson

1938 Press Photo - Lillian Gish testifies before Senate Education & Labor In DC

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1938 Press Photo - Lillian Gish testifies before Senate Education & Labor In DC


Lillian Gish - Portrait 1978

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The Wind, beautiful in its sheer ferocity ...

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The Wind, beautiful in its sheer ferocity

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LITTLE WOMEN - April 21, 1935

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Lillian Gish, at radio studios, where she performed LITTLE WOMEN on April 21, 1935


THE SCARLET LETTER, Lillian Gish (hands clasped front left), Victor Sjostrom (aka Victor Seastrom) (hand in pocket front right) with the crew on-set, 1926

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THE SCARLET LETTER, Lillian Gish (hands clasped front left), Victor Sjostrom (aka Victor Seastrom) (hand in pocket front right) with the crew on-set, 1926


The Scarlet Letter 1926 (Lillian Gish Website)

Lillian Gish in “The Wind” (1928) - Nov 27 USA - promotional on set

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Lillian Gish in “The Wind” (1928) - Nov 27 USA - promotional on set
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Body in The Barn (1964) Alfred Hitchcock, Lillian Gish, Maggie McNamara

Body in The Barn (1964) Alfred Hitchcock, Lillian Gish, Maggie McNamara

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Body in The Barn (1964) Alfred Hitchcock, Lillian Gish, Maggie McNamara A domineering wife is suspected of murdering her husband when the body of an unrecognizable man is found buried in her barn. Director: Joseph M. Newman Writers: Harold SwantonMargaret Manners Stars: Alfred HitchcockLillian GishMaggie McNamara
Sensational Starring Role For Lillian Gish in Her Sixties! HarlowMGM31 August 2008 The great Lillian Gish, one of the legends of the silent screen, was a superlative actress throughout her life. This fantastic episode of ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR from 1963 showcases Miss Lillian as good as anything she ever did in the sound film era. Miss Gish stars as a cranky, nosy old gal in ill health who has long feuded with her neighbor and blames her for the death of an elderly man who plummeted off a cliff thanks to a fence the neighbor put up. Lillian’s niece Maggie McNamara lives w…