Lillian Gish: The Actor’s Life for Me (Film) Terry Sanders

The Whales of August (1987)

Grand Old Lillian Gish Makes a Big Splash in the Whales of August

Sweet Liberty (1986)

Hambone and Hillie (1983)

Hobson’s Choice – 1983

The Night of 100 Stars * 1982

A Wedding (1978)

The Love Boat – TV Series (1977–1987)

Warning Shot (1967)

The Comedians – 1967

Follow Me, Boys! (1966)

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

The Defenders (TV Series) 1962

The Unforgiven (1960)

Orders to Kill (1958)

The Night of the Hunter (1955)

The Cobweb (1955)

The Sound and the Fury (1955)

Grandma Moses 1952

Philco Television Playhouse

Portrait of Jennie (1948)

Duel in the Sun (1946)

Miss Susie Slagle’s (1946)

TOP Man (1943)

Commandos Strike at Dawn (1942)

Theresa Neumann’s Stigmata

“Max Reinhardt” (“Stigmata”; The Film that was never made)

The Birth of an Era – Stage Magazine 1937

His Double Life 1933

One Romantic Night (1930)

The Swan – Miss Gish Finds Her Voice – Liberty – 1930

The Wind (1928) – Nov 27 USA

The Enemy (1927)

Annie Laurie (1927)

The Scarlet Letter (1926)

La Bohème (1926)

The Story of “La Boheme” 1926

Romola (1924)

The White Sister (1923)

Orphans of the Storm (1921)

Remodeling her husband – 1920 (Film Director)

Way Down East (September 3, 1920 – USA)

Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (1919)

True Heart Susie (1919)

Hearts of the World (1918)

The Greatest Thing in Life – 1918

The House Built Upon Sand 1916/ 1917

Souls Triumphant (1917)

Sold For Marriage 1916

Diane of the Follies (1916)

Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916)

Intolerance Is the Greatest Movie Ever Made

“I hold the record as champion deserted wife in films” – Diane of the Follies (1916)

Daphne and the Pirate (1916)

The Children Pay – 1916

Pathways Of Life – 1916

The Birth of a Nation (1915)

Enoch Arden 1915

Captain Macklin (1915)

The Lily and The Rose (1915)

The Sisters – 1914

The Lady and the Mouse (1913)

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Miss Lillian Gish – Stageography

Uncle Vanya 1973

I Never Sang for My Father (1968)

Anya – 1965

Too True To Be Good – 1963

All the Way Home (play) 1961

The Grass Harp – 1960

The Chalk Garden – 1956

The Day Lincoln Was Shot – 1956

The Trip to Bountiful (1953)

The Curious Savage – 1950

Miss Mabel (1950)

The Legend of Leonora – 1948

La Marquise (Noel Coward) – 1947

Life With Father (1939 – 1941)

Dear Octopus – 1939

The Star Wagon (1937)

Hamlet 1936

Why I moved from film to theatre (The Old Maid)

Within The Gates 1934

Nine Pine Street – 1933

Camille 1932

Amon Carter – Camille 1932

Reopening of Central City Opera House, July 16, 1932.

Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” 1930

A Good Little Devil – 1913

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Books, Press

American Women in the Performing Acts (2002) by Liz Sonneborn

First great movie star Gish – Boston Globe, 2001

Le Spectre de La Rose … (Charles Affron – 2001)

The Spectator (1999) – Studs Terkel

The Face That Launched A Thousand Films – 1993 (Chicago Tribune)

Backward Glances – John Gielgud 1989 (Distinguished Company 1972)

Lillian Gish (Amazing Ohio – By Damaine Vonada, 1989)

PBS Reopens `Masters` With A Charming Gish (July 11, 1988)

Lillian Gish – An Actor’s Life for Me! (book)

Golden With Age – Chicago Tribune, trilogy 1987

… At 90, still making movies – F. M. Winship, 1986

LILLIAN GISH takes a fresh fling at comedy – NY Times – 1986

A celebration of this year’s Life Achievement Award winner. (Kevin Borlow – 1985 San Francinso Cine)

First Lady of The Silent Screen – Special The Globe – 1985

A Life In Photography – by Edward Steichen *1984

The Silent Past – Washington Post 1984

THE DANCE: MET OPERA GALA – The New York Times 1984

Lillian Gish transcends style – NY Times 1982

Down memory lane with a legend – The Gazette, Montreal 1982


Life With Mother – by Cynthia Heimel

70 Years of Film History (1976) – by Richard Lawton

Lillian Gish, My Religion, Helen Keller, and Jim Patterson – 1974

I am like a flea, forever hopping – Editor Sheet Sunday Times 1973

When Lillian Gish first met Mary Pickford …

The Movies, Mr. Griffith and Me – 1969

St. Louis and Sodas at the Busy Bee – The Globe Democrat, 1968

Lillian would be equally at home with the Beatles and with the Archbishop of Canterbury. – Peter Glenville 1968

Still A Trouper – Sunday Bulletin Philadelphia 1965

Picturegoer Vol. 34 – London, August 1957

Original Review: ‘The Trip to Bountiful’ (Brooks Atkinson) 1953

They Say He’s a Genius – By Sheilah Abraham (1943)

The Winnipeg Tribune – Cavalcade of The Screen (By Erskine Johnson – 1943)

Re-Meet Lillian Gish (A 60 seconds close-up) 1942 – by Jerry Mason

The Lyrical Lillian – Rob Wagner’s Script Magazine – 1942

JOHN GIELGUD’S HAMLET – 1936 (James Mason Brown)

Why I moved from film to theatre – The Guardian 1936

Real Critics, the Fans … Photoplay Magazine ‘33

Life and Lillian Gish – Albert Bigelow Paine 1932

The Wind, beautiful in its sheer ferocity – Albert Bigelow Paine 1932

Mongrel Bites Lillian Gish When She Defends Pet Puppy (Evening Star DC, Sep. 1930)

Broadway’s Best Bets (May 1930) – Uncle Vanya

One Illusion Intact –By Helen Klumph

Lillian FIGHTS Alone – By Leonard Hall – 1929

Attagirl, Lillian. The Gang’s with you! Photoplay 1929

Are the Stars Doomed? (Photoplay Magazine)

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

American Girls use too much rouge – Movie Weekly

Lillian Gish SUED by Charles H. Duell (New York Times, 1925, The Movies, Mr. Griffith And Me, Life and Lillian Gish)

Tenth Anniversary (Exhibitors Herald – June 27, 1925)

The Girl Who Is Different – By Harry Carr (1924)

Why Are We Glad to Get Back Home – Motion Picture Magazine 1924

How to be beautiful! – “Train Your Lips To Express Beauty Advises Lillian Gish”

How to be beautiful – By Hester Hoffmann (Pittsburgh Post)

Memories of Lillian Gish – Motion Picture Classic (1922)

A Tale of Two Gishes – The Picturegoer Magazine (May, 1922)

Griffith’s Musical Secrets – Picture Play 1922

An Intimate Story of The Gish (Movie Weekly 1922 – March 18)

An Intimate Story of the Gish PART II – (Movie Weekly) March 25 1922

An intimate story of the Gish – Part III, Movie Weekly, April 1st, 1922

The Serious Side of the Women of the Screen – Filmplay July 1922

The Lily Maid From Ohio – F. J. Smith – Motion Picture (1921)

The Gish Girls Talk About Each Other – Photoplay Feb – Jun 1921

Lillian Gish Tells How Ice Scenes Were Filmed (Washington Herald – 1921)

The New York Herald, Sunday December 19, 1920 (Way Down East)

‘Way Down East’ Looks Real Only Because It Is Real (New York Tribune, Sep. 1920)

Lillian Gish Enjoyed Directing Her Sister – New York Tribune, Feb. 29, 1920

Before and After Taking – Motion Picture Classic (Aug 1919)

A Limehouse Rose – Current Opinion, July 1919

“Sold For Marriage” Evening Ledger – Philadelphia, 1916

Film Facts; “The Most Beautiful Blond” – 1914

Interview – July 7, 1913 edition of the “Massillon Evening Independent”

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Personal /Biography/ Trivia

Miss Lillian Gish’s Awards

February 27, 1993

1987 Cannes Film Festival

Interviewing Miss Gish … (Books References)

With Henri Langlois (1969)

Lillian Gish has never cared more than a small hoot about fashion

“The First Lady of The American Theatre” Helen Hayes

Princess Grace of Monaco and Miss Lillian Gish

First Time on The Lecture Platform

SUED by Charles H. Duell – NY Times 1925, Life an Lillian Gish 1932, The Movies Mr.Griffith and Me 1969

Gish Sisters Attend Cousin’s Wedding 1953

10050 Cielo Drive

Lillian Gish testifies before Senate of Education 1938

She remains undisturbed…

Malcolm & Friends

Lilian Gish recovering in Germany in the 30’s

D.W. Griffith


Lillian Gish and Mary Pickford (Gladys Louise Smith)

Nell Dorr


Springfield and Massillon – Ohio

October 14, 1893, Miss Lillian Gish …


Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking – Walt Whitman

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Photo Gallerries

The First Lady of The Silent Screen …

An Artist Who Shaped Art of Film

The Gish Sisters – Photo Gallery – Dorothy Gish and Lillian Gish

Posters, Lobby Cards, Promos, Press

The Movie Magazines and Lillian Gish …

I’ve never been in style …

Lillian Gish, Close-Up (Collection)

At the Gazebo Hotel September 17, 1979, with Richard Brennan

Amon Carter Museum of American Art; Fort Worth TX

Late seventies candid photos by Peter Warrack

The Many Moods of Lillian Gish 1973

NY-Allan Warren (1972)

AP Wire Press Photos

Beinecke Library

CP (CD) Corp 1940

Massillon, Ohio (OH) Cca 1935 (Nell Dorr)

European Postcards, Miss Lillian Gish

His Double Life (1933) Key Book Photos

John Vickers / University of Bristol 1935

Lillian Gish by Nell Dorr 1930

ALBIN NY – 1922

APEDA N.Y. – Photo Session 1921

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The Gish Film Theater

The Gish Film Theater – Hanna Hall 1976

The Gish Film Theater Saga

Retain the name of The Gish Theater! Please sign the petition!

The REAL African people, members of Lillian Gish – Fan group

We need to remember the long-suppressed history of women

Eva Marie Saint cancels trip to BGSU

As a film historian \ I am very concerned about the current agitation at Bowling Green

For me, Lillian Gish put BGSU on the map!

Gish sisters are an important part of film history


Misc. Trivia

Here’s the dish on Massillon’s missing Lillian Gish mural

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

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