Lillian Gish Film

  • “Daphne and the Pirate” Santa Cruz Evening News – 1916
  • “Max Reinhardt” (“Stigmata”; The Film that was never made)
  • “THE GREAT LOVE” (D. W. Griffith) 1918
  • … At 90, still making movies – F. M. Winship, 1986
  • 1987 Cannes Film Festival
  • 70 Years of Film History (1976) – by Richard Lawton
  • A Life In Photography – by Edward Steichen *1984
  • A Life on Stage and Screen – by STUART ODERMAN
  • A Limehouse Rose – Current Opinion, July 1919
  • A Picture That Was No Picnic – Motion Picture Magazine, 1927
  • A Tale of Two Gishes – The Picturegoer Magazine (May, 1922)
  • A Wedding (1978)
  • ADVENTURES WITH D. W. GRIFFITH – By Karl Brown (1973)
  • Alan Alda is busy promoting ‘Sweet Liberty’ – By Bob Thomas (1986)
  • Alan Alda’s ‘SWEET LIBERTY’  By Vincent Canby, 1986 (The NY Times)
  • ALBIN NY – 1922
  • American Girls use too much rouge – Movie Weekly
  • American Women in the Performing Acts (2002) by Liz Sonneborn
  • An Artist Who Shaped Art of Film
  • An Interview with LILLIAN GISH – MAGILL’S CINEMA ANNUAL 1983
  • An intimate story of the Gish – Part III, Movie Weekly, April 1st, 1922
  • An Intimate Story of the Gish PART II – (Movie Weekly) March 25 1922
  • Annie Laurie (1927)
  • Are the Stars Doomed? (Photoplay Magazine)
  • As a film historian \ I am very concerned about the current agitation at Bowling Green
  • At 88, ‘Iron Butterfly’ spirit indomitable (1984)
  • Attagirl, Lillian. The Gang’s with you!
  • Austria and the War – New York Times (1927)
  • ‘The Childrens Pay’ – Morning Press, Cali. 1916
  • ‘Way Down East’ Looks Real Only Because It Is Real (New York Tribune, Sep. 1920)
  • “I hold the record as champion deserted wife in films”
  • “Sold For Marriage” Evening Ledger – Philadelphia, 1916
  • “The Enemy,” Starring Lillian Gish in Her First Modern Role – San Pedro California 1928
  • “The Greatest Thing in Life” Paramount and Artcraft Press Books – 1919
  • Billy Bitzer – HIS STORY (1973)
  • Black & White & Red – By David Denby (The New Yorker) 2012
  • Body in The Barn (1964) Alfred Hitchcock, Lillian Gish, Maggie McNamara
  • Bringing ‘Whales’ to silver screen wasn’t easy (1987)
  • Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (1919)
  • Broken Blossoms Wins Praise of Chicago Critic
  • Cape Coat Continues to Appeal to Slender Figure (1927)
  • Captain Macklin (1915)
  • Celebrity cookbook – Lillian Gish’s recipe for gnocchi Verdi (1978)
  • Charles Laughton – An Intimate Biography (Charles Higham – 1976)
  • Chief Sunrise, John McGraw, and Me (Timothy Tocher – 2004)
  • CHILD ACTORS …
  • Clansman’s Realism, Inspires Awe – Los Angeles Herald 1915
  • Classics of the silent screen by Franklin Joe (1959) – “The Birth of a Nation”
  • Commandos Strike at Dawn (1942)
  • Confidences Off-Screen “What a World We Live In” 1925
  • D. W. Griffith, Pioneer Film Producer, Dies (July 23, 1948)
  • D.W. Griffith
  • D.W. Griffith (1875-1948) – by William M. Drew
  • D.W. Griffith Hits Rare Theme in “Broken Blossoms” (Los Angeles Herald, 1919)
  • D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance Its Genesis and Its Vision (1986) by William M. Drew
  • Daphne and the Pirate (1916)
  • Diane of the Follies (1916)
  • Dorothy Gish, reveals how she happened – Los Angeles Herald 1919
  • Editorial Chats with Exhibitors on David W. Griffith’s “True Heart Susie”
  • Enoch Arden 1915
  • European Directors in America, 1922-1931 – SEASTROM
  • European Postcards, Miss Lillian Gish
  • Film Facts; “The Most Beautiful Blond” – 1914
  • First great movie star Gish – Boston Globe, 2001
  • Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
  • For me, Lillian Gish put BGSU on the map!
  • Golden With Age – Chicago Tribune, 1987
  • Grand Old Lillian Gish Makes a Big Splash in the Whales of August
  • Great American Film Directors – 1987 (D.W. Griffith)
  • Griffith to Stage The Greatest Thing in Life’ Next Monday Evening (LAH – 1918)
  • Griffith: The Minor Masterworks By Herb Sterne (Rob Wagner’s Script – 1946)
  • Griffith’s Musical Secrets – Picture Play 1922
  • Hambone and Hillie (1983)
  • Hearts of the World (1918)
  • His Double Life (1933) Key Book Photos
  • His Double Life 1933
  • Hobson’s Choice – 1983
  • Hollywood – By BOB THOMAS – The Associated Press (1945)
  • Hollywood costume – Glamour! Glitter! Romance!
  • HOLLYWOOD in The Twenties (1968) by David Robinson
  • HOLLYWOOD ROYALTY – HORS D’OEUVRES (1992) – by Gregory Speck
  • Hollywood: The Golden Era by Jack Spears (1971)
  • Interview – July 7, 1913 edition of the “Massillon Evening Independent”
  • Interviewing Miss Gish …
  • Intolerance Is the Greatest Movie Ever Made
  • Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916)
  • IT WAS FUN WHILE IT LASTED (1973) BY ARTHUR H. LEWIS
  • KING VIDOR – 1988
  • L.A. Film Favorites in “The Clansman” February 1915 (LAH)
  • La Bohème (1926) – La Boheme
  • Ladies in Distress – Kalton C. Lahue (1971)
  • LEADING LADIES – 1976 (Electa Clark)
  • Letters of Carl Van Vechten – 1987
  • Liberty – 1930; Miss Gish Finds Her Voice
  • Life With Mother
  • Lillian FIGHTS Alone – By Leonard Hall – 1929
  • Lillian Gish (Amazing Ohio – By Damaine Vonada, 1989)
  • Lillian Gish – A tribute to a Trouper (Anita Loos – 1984)
  • Lillian Gish comes to Saddleback College (Lariat – 1978)
  • Lillian Gish Enjoyed Directing Her Sister – New York Tribune, Feb. 29, 1920
  • Lillian Gish in Annie Laurie – Lola Todd (1927)
  • Lillian Gish Tells How Ice Scenes Were Filmed (Washington Herald – 1921)
  • Lillian Gish tops playing roles in silent movies – By Mike Hughes (1988)
  • Lillian Gish, 75 years of Hollywood …
  • Lillian Gish, Close-Up
  • Lillian Gish: The Actor’s Life for Me (Film)
  • Lillian Gish: The Silent Past
  • Lillian would be equally at home with the Beatles and with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • LILLIAN GISH at Auditorium in SEX PLAY – TUESDAY
  • Lillian Gish Finds Ideal Role in Her Latest Film, ‘La Boheme,’ – 1926
  • Lillian Gish is Star in Fine Arts “Diane of the Follies” at Mission (1916)
  • Lillian Gish Rates Title of ‘Most Durable Star’ – 1965
  • Lillian Gish still favorite dish – By Marilyn August, October – 1983
  • LION of HOLLYWOOD (2005)
  • LizBits – Nine Pine Street – By Neilson Caplain (October, 2002)
  • Looking Back 25 Years (Picture Show Annual – 1936)
  • Madera Tribune, 1926 “Romola”
  • Marks of age are lost in her glow – 1978 by Carol Olten (NY)
  • Meet “Battling” Burrows – 1919
  • Memories of Lillian Gish – Motion Picture Classic (1922)
  • Miss Susie Slagle’s (1946)
  • New STYLES in SCREEN GIRLS – By Harry Carr (1926)
  • One Illusion Intact –By Helen Klumph
  • One Romantic Night (1930)
  • Only the Best – A Celebration of Gift Giving in America
  • Orders to Kill (1958)
  • Orphans of the Storm (1921)
  • Our “Young Visitors” By Faith Service 1920
  • Pathways Of Life – 1916
  • PBS Reopens `Masters` With A Charming Gish (July 11, 1988)
  • Portrait of Jennie (1948)
  • Posters, Lobby Cards, Promos, Press
  • PRESS STORIES “A Romance of Happy Valley”
  • Re-Meet Lillian Gish (A 60 seconds close-up) 1942 – by Jerry Mason
  • Reel women  pioneers of the cinema, 1896 to the present – Ally Acker (1991)
  • Religion in the Cinema – By Ivan Butler (1969)
  • Remember The Silent Screen Sisters? (1975)
  • Remodeling her husband – 1920
  • Robert Altman enthusiast – Lillian Gish remains eager and excited (1978)
  • Romola (1924)
  • San Pedro News Pilot 1924 – “The White Sister” – Prologue
  • Sold For Marriage 1916
  • Souls Triumphant (1917)
  • STAR GLITTERS – 1980
  • STAR MAKER – The Story of D. W. Griffith (1959) by HOMER CROY
  • Sweet Liberty (1986)
  • Tasteless Film Sex Disturbs Lillian Gish
  • Tenth Anniversary (Exhibitors Herald – June 27, 1925)
  • The Birth of a Nation (1915)
  • The Birth of an Era
  • The Children Pay – 1916
  • The choice for viewing tonight is ‘Hobson’s Choice’ – Bill Hayden (1983)
  • The Clansman is coming to Local Theater – 1916
  • The Cobweb (1955)
  • The Comedians – 1967
  • The Defenders (TV Series) 1962
  • The Enemy (1927)
  • The Face That Launched A Thousand Films – 1993 (Chicago Tribune)
  • The First Lady of The Silent Screen …
  • The Girl Who Is Different – By Harry Carr (1924)
  • The Greatest Thing in Life – 1918
  • The House Built Upon Sand 1916/ 1917
  • The Lady and the Mouse (1913)
  • The Lily and The Rose (1915)
  • The Lily Maid From Ohio – F. J. Smith – Motion Picture (1921)
  • The Love Boat – TV Series (1977–1987)
  • The MGM Girls Behind The Velvet Courtain – 1983
  • The New York Herald, Sunday December 19, 1920 (Way Down East)
  • The Night of the Hunter (1955)
  • The Scarlet Letter (1926)
  • The Serious Side of the Women of the Screen – Filmplay July 1922
  • The Sisters – 1914
  • The Sound and the Fury (1955)
  • The Spectator (1999) – Studs Terkel
  • The Story of “La Boheme” 1926
  • The Unforgiven (1960)
  • The Whales of August (1987)
  • The White Sister (1923)
  • The White Sister in A Bright Red Coat – 1923
  • The Wind (1928) – Nov 27 USA
  • The Wind, beautiful in its sheer ferocity.
  • The Winnipeg Tribune – Cavalcade of The Screen (By Erskine Johnson – 1943)
  • Theresa Neumann’s Stigmata
  • They Say He’s a Genius – By Sheilah Abraham (1943)
  • Those Gish Girls, EACH IS MORE ALLURING Than the Other (1919)
  • TOP Man (1943)
  • Tribute to Gish telecast – April 17, 1984
  • True Heart Susie (1919)
  • Warning Shot (1967)
  • Way Down East (September 3, 1920 – USA)
  • Way Down East – Richard Brody (The New Yorker)
  • Weeps at Own Play – 1919 (Los Angeles Herald)
  • When it comes to versatility, Price is right By BOB THOMAS – 1988
  • Why Are We Glad to Get Back Home – Motion Picture Magazine 1924