Lillian Gish Film

  • “A House Built on Sand” The Shadow Stage – Julian Johnson 1917
  • “A House Built Upon Sand” Reviewed By Peter Milne – 1917
  • “A House Built Upon the Sand” MOTOGRAPHY, Jan. 13, 1917
  • “A Romance Of Happy Valley” – Wid’s Daily 1919
  • “An Innocent Magdalene” MOTOGRAPHY June 17, 1916
  • “Birth of a Nation” Breaks All Records – (Photoplay, July 1924)
  • “BROKEN BLOSSOMS” FULL OF BEAUTY By Edward Weitzel (May 31, 1919 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD)
  • “Daphne and the Pirate” Santa Cruz Evening News – 1916
  • “Diane of the Follies” by Thomas C. Kennedy (Motography – September 30, 1916)
  • “Do They Criticize Me?’ – By Madeline Glass (Picture Play Magazine – November 1926)
  • “Intolerance” Reviewed by Thomas C. Kennedy (1916 – Motography)
  • “Love’s struggle through the Ages” – There was a curse upon it. (Photoplay – 1925)
  • “Max Reinhardt” (“Stigmata”; The Film that was never made)
  • “Romola” (Moving Picture World – 1924)
  • “Sold for Marriage” – MOTOGRAPHY – April 15, 1916
  • “The Angel of Contention” (THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD July 1914)
  • “The Children Pay” Reviewed by Thomas C. Kennedy (MOTOGRAPHY – Chicago, November 25, 1916)
  • “The Enemy” Pros and Cons (Chicago Tribune 1928)
  • “THE GREAT LOVE” (D. W. Griffith) 1918
  • “The Greatest Thing In Life” advertising campaign (Paramount and Artcraft Press Books – Dec 1918)
  • “The Rebellion of Kitty Belle.” (THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD – July, 1914)
  • “The White Sister”—Inspiration – Pros and Cons
  • “When we said Lillian is cutting “Romola,” we meant it” (Screenland – 1924)
  • ”Way Down East”- Camera (1920)
  • ‘Miss Lillian’ – IRVING L. JAFFE (The New York Times – May 4, 1969)
  • ‘My Dream Has Come to Life’ – By Harold C. Schonberg (The New York Times – March 30, 1978)
  • (Ronald Colman) – A Ladies Man (Photoplay 1924)
  • … At 90, still making movies – F. M. Winship, 1986
  • 101 Unique Photographs – Lillian Gish Pictorial
  • 1987 Cannes Film Festival
  • 70 Years of Film History (1976) – by Richard Lawton
  • A Cannes Notebook – By Roger Ebert – 1987
  • A close-up of that illusive young star, Lillian Gish By Delight Evans (Photoplay 1921)
  • A House Built upon Sand – By Anthony Slide – 1980
  • A Lady With Class – By Liz Smith (Chicago Tribune – 1969)
  • 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 New Hero of the Films—Ronald Colman (Vanity Fair 1927)
  • A Pictorial History of the Silent Screen – By Daniel Blum 1953
  • A Picture That Was No Picnic – Motion Picture Magazine, 1927
  • A Short History of the Movies (Broken Blossoms) – Gerald Mast 1971
  • A Short History of the Movies (Home Sweet Home) – Gerald Mast 1971
  • A Short History of the Movies (III) By Gerald Mast – University of Chicago (1971)
  • A Tale of Two Gishes – The Picturegoer Magazine (May, 1922)
  • A Timely Interception (1913) Biograph
  • A Tribute To “The Birth Of A Nation” – By Rupert  Hughes (United Artists Pressbook, 1915)
  • A Wedding (1978)
  • A White Star – By Richard Dyer (Sight and Sound – Aug. 1993 BFI – GB)
  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1985 – 86)
  • ADVENTURES WITH D. W. GRIFFITH – By Karl Brown (1973)
  • After ‘Life With Father’ Lillian Gish Owns the (Chicago) Town – By Lloyd Lewis (New York Times, 1941)
  • After “Way Down East,” Lillian signed with Sherrill (Photoplay – September 1920)
  • 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
  • Alternate Oscars – By Danny Peary – 1993
  • Alternate Oscars – By Danny Peary – 1993 (Why not Gish?)
  • America’s First Women Directors – Anthony Slide – Boston /London 1996
  • American Girls use too much rouge – Movie Weekly
  • American Silent Film – By William K. Everson (1978)
  • American Silent Film – European Influences (by William K. Everson – 1978)
  • American Women in the Performing Acts (2002) by Liz Sonneborn
  • An Artist Who Shaped Art of Film
  • An Enchanting Annie Laurie in a Black Velvet Dress (Chicago Tribune 1926)
  • An Evening Entertainment – Lillian Gish – By Richard Koszarski (1990)
  • An Illustrious Sister Act – The art of Lillian Gish -By Malcolm H. Oettinger (Picture Play Magazine 1925)
  • An Indian’s Loyalty – MOTOGRAPHY – October 7, 1916
  • An Innocent Magdalene – By Kitty Kelly (Chicago Tribune – June 8, 1916)
  • 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
  • And Right After This Message, Miss Lillian Gish – By Jon Krampner (The New York Times – 1999)
  • Annie Laurie (1927)
  • Annie Laurie – By C.S. Sewell (MOVING PICTURE WORLD May 21, 1927)
  • Another Great Picture, “The Great Love”
  • Are the Movie Folk Morons? – By Gladys Hall (Motion Picture Magazine – April 1923)
  • Are the Stars Doomed? (Photoplay Magazine)
  • As a film historian \ I am very concerned about the current agitation at Bowling Green
  • As Lillian Gish Views Art – Written By Lillian Gish (The New York Times – Sunday July 1st, 1928)
  • 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)
  • ‘White Sister’ Photoplay of Rare Appeal – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1923)
  • “A Romance of Happy Valley”– by Frederick James Smith (Motion Picture Classic – Vol VIII, April 1919)
  • “Broken Blossoms” – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1919)
  • “Diane of the Follies” By Kitty Kelly (Chicago Tribune – 1916)
  • “Hearts of the World” – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1918)
  • “I hold the record as champion deserted wife in films”
  • “La Boheme” – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – July 07, 1926)
  • “La Boheme”—M-G-M Exquisite Masterpiece Edited by C.S. Sewell (Moving Picture World – 1926)
  • “ONE ROMANTIC NIGHT” Albert Bigelow Paine – 1932
  • “Over There” with the Nobility and an All Star Cast (“The Great Love”) – By Mae Tinee – Chicago Tribune – 1918
  • “ROMOLA” by Albert Bigelow Paine – 1932
  • “Sold For Marriage” Evening Ledger – Philadelphia, 1916
  • “The Cobweb” Tug of War Among Women (Chicago Tribune 1955)
  • “The Enemy,” Starring Lillian Gish in Her First Modern Role – San Pedro California 1928
  • “The Fatal Marriage” (Enoch Arden) – Chicago Tribune – 1922
  • “The Greatest Question” – By Frederick James Smith (Motion Picture Classic – February 1920)
  • “The Greatest Thing in Life” Paramount and Artcraft Press Books – 1919
  • “The Wind” By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune 1929)
  • Billy Bitzer – HIS STORY (1973)
  • Black & White & Red – By David Denby (The New Yorker) 2012
  • Blackmail, Blacklist, and Injustice for all …
  • Body in The Barn (1964) Alfred Hitchcock, Lillian Gish, Maggie McNamara
  • BONNIE ANNIE LAURIE (Motion Picture Art Portfolio 1927)
  • Book World to Take Look at ‘Lillian Gish’ (Chicago Tribune – 1969)
  • Brief Reviews – LIFE AND LILLIAN GISH (The New York Times – October 30, 1932)
  • Bringing ‘Whales’ to silver screen wasn’t easy (1987)
  • Broken Blossoms – Across the Silversheet (Motion Picture Magazine)
  • Broken Blossoms – By Peter Milne (Picture Play Magazine – 1919)
  • Broken Blossoms – Exhibitors Campaign Sheet (Released through United Artists)
  • Broken Blossoms 1919 (Classics of The Silent Screen – By Franklin Joe – 1959)
  • 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 Billy’s Whiz Bang – 1921 (Way Down East)
  • Captain Macklin (1915)
  • Celebrity cookbook – Lillian Gish’s recipe for gnocchi Verdi (1978)
  • Charles Laughton – An Intimate Biography (Charles Higham – 1976)
  • Chats with D.W. Griffith, Lillian Gish – By W. Adolphe Roberts – Motion Picture Magazine (1925)
  • Chief Sunrise, John McGraw, and Me (Timothy Tocher – 2004)
  • CHILD ACTORS …
  • Cinematernity – by Lucy Fischer (1996)
  • City Bestows Accolade On a Cheerful Miss Gish (The New York Times – Oct. 18, 1973)
  • Clansman’s Realism, Inspires Awe – Los Angeles Herald 1915
  • Classics of the silent screen by Franklin Joe (1959) – “The Birth of a Nation”
  • Code of the Screen – Photoplay – October 1926
  • Commandos Strike at Dawn (1942)
  • Commandos Strike at Dawn – 1942 (Affron/ Oderman)
  • Confidences Off-Screen “What a World We Live In” 1925
  • Conversation With Lillian Gish – Sight and Sound – BFI – England, January 1958
  • Critics Praise Lillian Gish in “The White Sister” – Moving Picture World – 1924
  • 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 – An American Life (By Richard Schickel – 1984)
  • D.W. Griffith has revived “The Two Orphans” (Photoplay November 1921)
  • D.W. Griffith Hits Rare Theme in “Broken Blossoms” (Los Angeles Herald, 1919)
  • D.W. Griffith might be the richest man – By Frederick J. Smith (Photoplay – Dec. 1926)
  • D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance Its Genesis and Its Vision (1986) by William M. Drew
  • Daphne and the Pirate (1916)
  • Daphne And The Pirate (Triangle Opens at the Colonial) By Kitty Kelly (Chicago Tribune – 1916)
  • David W. Griffith, The Man and His Methods by Donald Crisp (The Picturegoer – 1921)
  • Diane of the Follies (1916)
  • DIANE OF THE FOLLIES – 1916 (reviews)
  • Dick Barthelmess was married … for real, not just in Way Down East (Picture Play Magazine 1920)
  • Die Kino-Königin – A Critical Appreciation of the First Lady of the Cinema – by George Jean Nathan (Vanity Fair 1924)
  • Director Gish (Photoplay Vol. XVII March 1920 No.4)
  • Dorothy and Mae Tell Secrets – By Will Rex (1916)
  • Dorothy Gish – By ANTHONY SLIDE – 1973
  • Dorothy Gish, reveals how she happened – Los Angeles Herald 1919
  • Dorothy Gish—Her Story By Marguerite Sheridan (Picture Play Magazine 1918)
  • Doug and Mary and Others – A book by Allene Talmey (1927)
  • Dressed : a century of Hollywood costume design – By Deborah Nadoolman Landis (2007)
  • Duel in the Sun – Motion Picture Herald – January 2nd 1947
  • Early Women Directors – Anthony Slide (1977)
  • Edith Head, “Miss Susie Slagle’s,” and “Warning Shot”
  • Editorial Chats with Exhibitors on David W. Griffith’s “True Heart Susie”
  • Empire of Dreams (The Epic Life of Cecil B. DeMille) – By Scott Eyman (2010)
  • ENOCH ARDEN (1915) — Louis Reeves Harrison – The Moving Picture World
  • Enoch Arden 1915
  • Erte Speaks His Mind (By Annette Buroughs – PHOTOPLAY February, 1926)
  • European Directors in America, 1922-1931 – SEASTROM
  • European Postcards, Miss Lillian Gish
  • Everything’s Quite Lovely in “Way Down East” – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1920)
  • Exploitation on “Broken Blossoms” Is Explained in Detail (The Moving Picture World – December 13, 1919)
  • Film Costume – Susan Perez Prichard (1981)
  • Film Facts; “The Most Beautiful Blond” – 1914
  • FILM INSTITUTE SALUTES LILLIAN GISH — By John J. O’Connor (The New York Times 1984)
  • Filming a Richard Harding Davis Story (Captain Macklin) By Bennie Lubinville Zeidman (The Photoplayers Weekly – April 1915)
  • Films That Made Them Famous – By May Herschel Clarke (Picture Show Annual – 1926)
  • Final Close-Ups (Lillian Gish) – By Charles Affron – 2001
  • First great movie star Gish – Boston Globe, 2001
  • First New York Showing of “Broken Blossoms” Is a Great Artistic Triumph – By Edward Weitzel, 1919
  • FLASHBACK – A Brief History of Film – “The Scarlet Letter” Louis Giannetti/Scott Eyman 1986
  • FLASHBACK – LOUIS GIANNETTI /SCOTT EYMAN (1986)
  • Flashing Back to Romance – By Malcolm H. Oettinger (Picture Play Magazine – November 1921)
  • Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
  • For me, Lillian Gish put BGSU on the map!
  • Friends Tried and True (Lillian, Dorothy, Mary and Mildred) By M. Lewis Russel
  • Gish and Davis: Could the Two Work Together? – By Mike Kaplan (The New York Times – 1993)
  • Gish and Garbo – The Executive War on Stars – By Louise Brooks (Sight and Sound – January, 1959 – London, England)
  • Gish Sisters & Company – By Marjorie Wright (The Photoplay Journal for May, 1917)
  • Glimpses of a Legend – By Kevin Brownlow (Sight and Sound – April, 1984 BFI England)
  • 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 and “The Birth of a Nation” – By William K. Everson (1978)
  • Griffith in the Twenties – (Orphans of the Storm) – By William K. Everson (1978)
  • Griffith Renews Old Promises – By Kenneth Macgowan (Motion Picture Classic – 1919)
  • Griffith Sees Real War – By Harry C. Carr (Photoplay March 1918)
  • Griffith to Stage The Greatest Thing in Life’ Next Monday Evening (LAH – 1918)
  • Griffith’s Cameraman, Billy Bitzer – An Interview by Beaumont Newhall (1965)
  • Griffith’s Picture (Orphans) Angers the French – Photoplay 1923
  • Griffith: The Minor Masterworks By Herb Sterne (Rob Wagner’s Script – 1946)
  • Griffith—and the Great War – By Paul H. Dowling (Picture-Play Magazine March 1918)
  • Griffith’s Musical Secrets – Picture Play 1922
  • Hambone and Hillie (1983)
  • Hearts of the World (1918)
  • HEARTS OF THE WORLD (Griffith/Paramount-Artcraft, 1918) – Selected Film Criticism
  • HEARTS of the WORLD – A Review By Julian Johnson (Photoplay Vol. XIV June, 1918 No. 1)
  • Hearts of the World – Fictionized version by Julian Johnson (Photoplay July 1918)
  • Hearts of the World – 1918 – Compiled by Seymour Stern, May, 1947 (Special Supplement to Sight and Sound)
  • Henry B. Walthall, his impressions of Lillian Gish (By Myrtle Gebhart – Picture Play 1926)
  • HENRY KING – Director From Silents to ‘Scope (1995)
  • HENRY KING by Jon Tuska (1978)
  • His Double Life (1933) Key Book Photos
  • His Double Life – By Norbert Lusk (Picture Play 1934)/ Molly Levin (Picture Play 1935)
  • His Double Life 1933
  • Hobson’s Choice – 1983
  • HOBSON’S CHOICE – By John J. O’Connor (The New York Times – Dec. 21, 1983)
  • Hollywood – By BOB THOMAS – The Associated Press (1945)
  • Hollywood and the Catholic Church – By Les and Barbara Keyser 1984
  • Hollywood costume – Glamour! Glitter! Romance!
  • Hollywood Honors Miss Gish – By Aljean Harmetz (The New York Times – 1984)
  • HOLLYWOOD in The Twenties (1968) by David Robinson
  • HOLLYWOOD ROYALTY – HORS D’OEUVRES (1992) – by Gregory Speck
  • Hollywood Star Profiles (The Reporter) – Lillian Gish (1984)
  • HOLLYWOOD The Pioneers – by Kevin Brownlow, 1979
  • Hollywood: The Golden Era by Jack Spears (1971)
  • HOME, SWEET HOME (Reliance-Majestic/Mutual, 1914) – Selected Film Criticism
  • How “Way Down East” Was Filmed (By Charles Gatchell – The Picturegoer, September 1921)
  • How Griffith Picks His Leading Women – By Harry C. Carr (Photoplay 1918)
  • How I Saw “Hearts of the World” – By Marguerite Sheridan (Picture Play Magazine 1918)
  • How the Great Directors Work – by Harry Carr (Motion Picture Magazine – May, 1925)
  • I Go A – calling on the Gish Girls – By Richard Willis (1914)
  • Ike and Mama and the Once in a Lifetime Movie – By Carol Snyder – 1981
  • In Plaid and Tartan By Norbert Lusk (Picture Play Magazine, 1927)
  • In the Cyclone Belt – By Norbert Lusk (Picture Play 1929)
  • Interview – July 7, 1913 edition of the “Massillon Evening Independent”
  • Interviewing Miss Gish …
  • Interviews with Prominent Directors – D.W. Griffith (by Roberta Courtlandt 1915) Motion Picture Magazine
  • INTOLERANCE (1916) – By Seymour Stern – Special Supplement to Sight and Sound 1946
  • INTOLERANCE (American Silent Film – By William K. Everson, 1978)
  • INTOLERANCE (Griffith Wark, 1916) Selected Film Criticism
  • Intolerance – 1916 – By Franklin Joe (1959)
  • INTOLERANCE By Hector Ames (Motion Picture Classic Vol. 3, 1916)
  • 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
  • John Huston: Maker of Magic – By Stuart Kaminsky – 1978 (The Unforgiven)
  • Joseph Schildkraut, The Future Great Actor (Photoplay 1921)
  • Joyce (Coad) Growing Toward Stardom (MOVING PICTURE WORLD HOLLYWOOD OFFICE June 25, 1927)
  • Just Marionettes – By Louise Williams (Picture Play Magazine September 1919)
  • KENNEDY CENTER HONORS 5 IN ARTS – By Irvin Molotsky, Special To the New York Times, 1982
  • KING VIDOR – 1988
  • L.A. Film Favorites in “The Clansman” February 1915 (LAH)
  • La Bohème (1926) – La Boheme
  • La Boheme (by George T. Pardy) Motion Picture News, 1926
  • La Boheme – Romantic Drama – By Agnes Smith (MGM) – 1926
  • La Boheme with an Extra Girl – By Margaret Reid (Picture Play Magazine – February 1926)
  • Ladies in Distress – Kalton C. Lahue (1971)
  • Lars Hanson – Photoplay Magazine July, 1927
  • Lauds TV Programs on Lincoln – By Larry Wolters (Chicago Tribune 1956)
  • LEADING LADIES – 1976 (Electa Clark)
  • Letters of Carl Van Vechten – 1987
  • Liberty – 1930; Miss Gish Finds Her Voice
  • Life Is Beautiful, Says Lillian Gish – By Aileen St. John Brennon (Picture Play – March, 1927)
  • Life With Mother
  • Lillian FIGHTS Alone – By Leonard Hall – 1929
  • Lillian Gish (Amazing Ohio – By Damaine Vonada, 1989)
  • Lillian Gish (Classics of The Silent Screen – By Franklin Joe – 1959)
  • Lillian Gish (Picture Show Annual – 1929)
  • Lillian Gish (Triangle) Pictorial 1917
  • Lillian Gish – A charming 73, she is life’s genuine heroine – By Pat Colander (Chicago Tribune 1973)
  • Lillian Gish – A Tribute to a Trouper – By ANITA LOOS (The New York Times – September 14, 1980)
  • Lillian Gish – The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Me (Review by ARTHUR MAYER, New York Times, 1969)
  • LILLIAN GISH – Vanity Fair – December 1932 (George Jean Nathan)
  • Lillian Gish and Film Preservation (AFI 1984)
  • Lillian Gish and Jeanne Moreau – Vanity Fair 1983
  • Lillian Gish and Max Reinhardt – A Miracle That Failed
  • Lillian Gish and MGM  aka “Heaven And Hell All Contained In Five Acres”
  • Lillian Gish Archive to Go To Performing Arts Library – By William Grimes – Jan. 23, 1997 (The New York Times)
  • Lillian Gish As She Is … (Ross 1920)
  • Lillian Gish – A tribute to a Trouper (Anita Loos – 1984)
  • Lillian Gish – To Be or Not To Be … in “Faust”
  • Lillian Gish ‘Lobbies’ for Old Newsreels (The New York Times – 1979)
  • Lillian Gish By Kevin Brownlow (San Francisco Cine – 1985)
  • Lillian Gish By Monte Blue (Photoplay Magazine – July 1924)
  • Lillian Gish chats with Merv Griffin (The Way It Was – CBS Thu. Jan. 14, 1970)
  • Lillian Gish comes to Saddleback College (Lariat – 1978)
  • Lillian Gish Enjoyed Directing Her Sister – New York Tribune, Feb. 29, 1920
  • Lillian Gish honored by fans she loves best – movie people – By Gene Siskel (Chicago Tribune – 1977)
  • Lillian Gish in “Buried Alive.” By Mordaunt Hall.b.r.c. (The New York Times – Dec. 16, 1933)
  • Lillian Gish in “The White Sister” – The Film Daily – September 9, 1923
  • Lillian Gish in a Hurricane (Pictorial) 1927 (Picture-Play August 1927)
  • Lillian Gish in Annie Laurie – Lola Todd (1927)
  • Lillian Gish in Chicago Tribune Illustrated Notes
  • Lillian Gish in True Heart Susie (1919) – by James Naremore (In Focus: Routledge Film Readers – edited by Pamela Robertson Wojcik – 2004)
  • Lillian Gish is Annie Laurie (Chicago Tribune 1927)
  • Lillian Gish Is Working in the Mojave Desert—Wind, the Menace (The New York Times July 3, 1927)
  • Lillian Gish Looks Back on a Century – By John J. O’Connor (The New York Times – 1988)
  • Lillian Gish Makes Her Bow in Version of a Molnar Play – Marion Davies’s Comedy – By Mordaunt Hall, 1930
  • Lillian Gish Marks Time – By Aileen St. John Brennon (Picture Play Magazine – September 1928)
  • Lillian Gish Plans Double Exposure (The New York Times – 1969)
  • Lillian Gish Plays Hawthorne Heroine – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1927)
  • Lillian Gish Ready to start on a Talkie – By Rosalind Shaffer (Chicago Tribune Press Service) 1929
  • Lillian Gish returns as “the mother” in “The Swan” (1948)
  • Lillian Gish Shines in ‘All the Way Home,’ as She and Sister Have in Many Things – By Brooks Atkinson (New York Times, 1960)
  • Lillian Gish Still Captivates Audiences – By Gene Siskel (Chicago Tribune – 1969)
  • 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 Tribute at AFI Series – By Barbara Saltzman (L.A. Times – August 1979)
  • Lillian Gish’s Face (Opinion – The New York Times – 1993)
  • Lillian Gish, 75 years of Hollywood …
  • Lillian Gish, Close-Up
  • Lillian Gish, Maker of Memories – By Kevin Brownlow (The New York Times 1997)
  • Lillian Gish, the Author, Talks on D. W. Griffith – By HOWARD THOMPSON (New York Times – April 18, 1969)
  • Lillian Gish, The Enigma of the Screen – By James R. Quirk (Photoplay 1926)
  • Lillian Gish: A Night to Recall The Glory Years – By JUDY KLEMESRUD (The New York Times – 1980)
  • 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 Has Tragic Role of Mimi in Cabrillo Picture, “La Boheme”
  • 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)
  • Lost Hollywood – By David Wallace – 2001
  • Louis B. Mayer, Merchant of Dreams – by Charles Higham (1993)
  • Love in the Film – By William K. Everson (1979)
  • Love, Laughter and Tears – My Hollywood Story (By Adela Rogers St.Johns – 1978)
  • Love, Lava and Lillian (The White Sister) by Josie P. Lederer – Picturegoer June 1924
  • Madera Tribune, 1926 “Romola”
  • Mainly About Lindsay Anderson (Whales of August) by Gavin Lambert – 2000
  • Marks of age are lost in her glow – 1978 by Carol Olten (NY)
  • Max Reinhardt with Lillian Gish (Chicago Tribune 1928)
  • May Hear Lillian Gish (The New York Times, June 2, 1929)
  • Meet “Battling” Burrows – 1919
  • Memories of Lillian Gish – Motion Picture Classic (1922)
  • Miss Gish, The White Sister – Wid’s Weekly 1924
  • Miss Susie Slagle’s (1946)
  • Modern Women: Women Artists at the Museum of Modern Art – Edited by CORNELIA BUTLER and ALEXANDRA SCHWARTZ
  • More From Hollywood – By DeWitt Bodeen – 1977 (Frances Marion)
  • Mother of Miss Gish (Chicago Tribune 1941)
  • Motion Picture Classic 1926 – Letters to “King Dodo”
  • Movie Star – A Look at the Women Who Made Hollywood – By Ethan Mordden (1983)
  • Movies in America – By William Kuhns – 1972 (D.W. Griffith)
  • Movies in America – By William Kuhns – 1972 (The Birth of a Nation)
  • Music For Silent Films [1894 – 1929] Compiled by Gillian B. Anderson (Music Division 1988)
  • My Friend, Lillian Gish – By Louise Williams (Picture Play Magazine – November 1920)
  • New STYLES in SCREEN GIRLS – By Harry Carr (1926)
  • Newspaper Opinions on New Pictures – “Annie Laurie” (Motion Picture News – June, 1927)
  • NORMAN KERRY is the finest guy in Hollywood – By Ruth Waterbury (Photoplay 1927)
  • Not So Long Ago – By Lloyd Morris – 1949 (The Old Master – D.W. Griffith)
  • Notes on People; The Untiring Lillian Gish, 84 – By David Bird and Albin Krebs (The New York Times 1981)
  • Old Movie Days Recalled – By Mary Middleton (Chicago Tribune – 1963)
  • Old Wounds … New Scars – By Alma Talley, 1928
  • On Film – By Frank E. Beaver (1983)
  • One Illusion Intact –By Helen Klumph
  • One Romantic Night (1930)
  • ONE ROMANTIC NIGHT – Kinema Guide – January 12th to 18th, 1931 (London)
  • Only the Best – A Celebration of Gift Giving in America
  • Orders to Kill (1958)
  • Orphans of the Storm (1921)
  • ORPHANS OF THE STORM—D. W. Griffith – Photoplay Magazine – March 1922
  • Our “Young Visitors” By Faith Service 1920
  • Our Animated Monthly of Movie News and Views – By Sally Roberts (Motion Picture Magazine 1919)
  • Pathways Of Life – 1916
  • PBS Reopens `Masters` With A Charming Gish (July 11, 1988)
  • Picture-Play Magazine (June 1926) “La Boheme” – Sally Benson
  • Picturing “La Boheme” – By John Gilbert (Screenland July 1926)
  • Playgoers Await ‘Star-Wagon’ and Musical Shows – By Charles Collins (Chicago Tribune – 1938)
  • Playing to the Camera – 1998 (Film Actors Discuss Their Craft)
  • 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
  • Recalling the early shots with Lillian Gish (Chicago Tribune 1979)
  • Reel America and World War I – by Craig W. Campbell (1985)
  • Reel women  pioneers of the cinema, 1896 to the present – Ally Acker (1991)
  • Religion in the Cinema – By Ivan Butler (1969)
  • Remarkable Lillian Gish to Do Broadway Musical (By Hedda Hopper) Chicago Tribune – 1965
  • Remember The Silent Screen Sisters? (1975)
  • Remodeling a Husband – By FAITH SERVICE (Motion Picture Classic – 1920)
  • Remodeling her husband – 1920
  • REMODELING HER HUSBAND Paramount-Artcraft, 1920) Selected Film Criticism
  • Robert Altman enthusiast – Lillian Gish remains eager and excited (1978)
  • Romola (1924)
  • Romola (Motion Picture Magazine May 1925)
  • Romola Recommended as An Antidote. (Picture Play Magazine 1925)
  • Salaam (The Scarlet Letter) – By Norbert Lusk (Picture Play Magazine – Nov. 1926)
  • Salute to Lillian Gish rates salute, too – By Jon Anderson (TV writer) 1984
  • San Pedro News Pilot 1924 – “The White Sister” – Prologue
  • Screen Acting – Its Requirements And Rewards – By Inez And Helen Klumph – 1922
  • SCREEN ACTING by Mae Marsh 1921
  • SCREENING OUT THE PAST By LARY MAY (1980)
  • Seductive Cinema – The Art of Silent Film (By James Card – 1994)
  • Selected Film Criticism – BROKEN BLOSSOMS (Anthony Slide)
  • Seventy Years of Cinema (Orders to Kill) – By Peter Cowie – 1969
  • Short Reels – Wid’s Daily 1920
  • Silent Star – By Colleen Moore (1968)
  • Sisters Gish Make This One Night Perfect – By Mae Tinee (Chicago Tribune – 1925)
  • Sold For Marriage – by Anthony Slide (1980)
  • Sold For Marriage 1916
  • SONS COME AND GO, MOTHERS HANG IN FOREVER – By William Saroyan – 1976
  • Souls Triumphant (1917)
  • STAGE 1937 – The Birth of an Era (By Lillian Gish)
  • Star Acting – Gish, Garbo, Davis – By Charles Affron (1977)
  • STAR GLITTERS – 1980
  • STAR MAKER – The Story of D. W. Griffith (1959) by HOMER CROY
  • STARDOM – THE HOLLYWOOD PHENOMENON – By Alexander Walker – 1970 (All For Art – Lillian Gish)
  • State Rights Sale for “Judith of Bethulia (Motion Picture News – 1917)
  • Sweet Liberty (1986)
  • Sweetheart – The Story of Mary Pickford 1973
  • Tasteless Film Sex Disturbs Lillian Gish
  • Tears and Cheers for Two Orphans at the Armstrong (The Rock Island Argus – 1922)
  • Tenth Anniversary (Exhibitors Herald – June 27, 1925)
  • THE “I” OF THE CAMERA – Judith of Bethulia (1913) – by William Rothman
  • THE “I” OF THE CAMERA – True Heart Susie by William Rothman (1988)
  • The Art of the American Film (Broken Blossoms) – Charles Higham 1974
  • The Battle of Elderbush Gulch – MOTOGRAPHY July 31, 1915
  • THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES (1914 – 1928)
  • The Birth of a Nation (1915)
  • The Birth of an Era
  • The Celluloid Critic – Broken Blossoms (Motion Picture Classic – August 1919)
  • The Children Pay – 1916
  • The Children Pay – By Anthony Slide – 1980
  • The Children Pay – By Julian Johnson (Photoplay – February 1917)
  • The Children Pay – Review by Julian Johnson – 1917 (Photoplay)
  • The choice for viewing tonight is ‘Hobson’s Choice’ – Bill Hayden (1983)
  • The Clansman is coming to Local Theater – 1916
  • The Cobweb (1955)
  • The Cobweb (1955) – Affron /Oderman
  • The Comedians – 1967
  • The Decline Of A Mandarin – by Peter John Dyer (Sight and Sound – January, 1959 – London, England)
  • The Defenders (TV Series) 1962
  • The Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize (New Yorker – August 15, 1994)
  • The Enemy (1927)
  • The Enemy (MOVING PICTURE WORLD December 31, 1927)
  • The Enemy (Reviewed by Laurence Reid – Motion Picture News 1927)
  • The Expressions Of Dorothy Gish – (Picture Show, 1920)
  • The Expressions Of Lillian Gish (Picture Show, 1920)
  • The Face That Launched A Thousand Films – 1993 (Chicago Tribune)
  • The Filming of “Way Down East” – By Charles Gatchell (Picture Play Magazine August 1920)
  • The First Lady of The Silent Screen …
  • The Girl Who Is Different – By Harry Carr (1924)
  • THE GISH SIS-STARS (Picture Show Annual – 1926)
  • The Gishes Go A-Calling and Find the Triangle Girls At Home – By Joan Benson (Motion Picture Classic 1917)
  • The Glamour Factory – Ronald L. Davis 1993
  • THE GREAT LOVE (Paramount-Artcraft, 1918) Selected Film Criticism
  • The Great War Propaganda – By Louella O. Parsons (Photoplay 1918)
  • THE GREATEST QUESTION (Griffith/First National, 1919) Selected Film Criticism
  • The Greatest Thing in Life – 1918
  • The Greatness of Griffith – By W.B. Turner (Pictures and Picturegoer – August 1925)
  • The Griffith Actresses – By Anthony Slide – 1973 (Blanche Sweet, Kate Bruce, Lillian Gish)
  • The Griffith Studio Family Is Breaking Up (Motion Picture Classic – 1920)
  • The Hollywood Hallucination – by Parker Tyler (© 1944 – 1970)
  • The Hollywood Professionals – HENRY KING (by Clive Denton – 1974)
  • The Hollywood Studios – By Ethan Mordden (1988)
  • The House Built Upon Sand – Filmed in The Gish Home (J.C. Jessen – 1916)
  • The House Built Upon Sand 1916/ 1917
  • The House of Barrymore (Duel in the Sun) – By Margot Peters (1990)
  • THE HUNCHBACK – Reel Life – April 11, 1914
  • The Lady and the Mouse (1913)
  • The Lily and The Rose (1915)
  • The Lily and The Rose – Reviewed by Neil G. Caward (Motography 1915)
  • The Lily Maid From Ohio – F. J. Smith – Motion Picture (1921)
  • The Lily of “Hearts of the World” – By Martha Groves McKelvie (Motion Picture Magazine – August, 1918)
  • The Love Boat – TV Series (1977–1987)
  • The MGM Girls Behind The Velvet Courtain – 1983
  • The Mona Lisa of The Movies – By Delight Evans (Screenland – June 1924)
  • THE MOTHERING HEART (American Biograph, 1913)
  • The Movies – 1970 (1957) Revised
  • The Movies in the Age of Innocence – By Edward Wagenknecht (1962) I
  • The Movies in The Age of Innocence – By Edward Wagenknecht (1962) II
  • The Movies, Mr. Griffith And Me (reviewed by Bessie Love) Sight and Sound 1969
  • THE MUSKETEERS OF PIG ALLEY (American Biograph, 1912)
  • The New York Herald, Sunday December 19, 1920 (Way Down East)
  • The Night of the Hunter (1955)
  • The Parade’s Gone By … Kevin Brownlow – 1968
  • The Paradoxical Ronald Colman – By Helen Klumph (Picture Play Magazine – 1926)
  • The Real Lillian Gish Vs. The Imaginary – By Julian Johnson (Photoplay 1918)
  • The Real Sirens of the Screen – By Agnes Smith (Photoplay September, 1926)
  • The Real Story of “Intolerance” – By Henry Stephen Gordon (Photoplay Nov. 1916 Vol. X)
  • The Scarlet Letter (1926)
  • The Scarlet Letter – By Nathaniel Hawthorne (Screenland – May 1926)
  • The Screen’s Foremost Artist – Motion Picture News (1927)
  • The Serious Side of the Women of the Screen – Filmplay July 1922
  • THE SILENT SCREEN – Richard Dyer MacCann
  • The Sisters – 1914
  • The Sound and the Fury (1955)
  • The Spectator (1999) – Studs Terkel
  • The Story of “La Boheme” 1926
  • THE SWAN – By Edwin and Eliza Shallert (Picture Play 1930)
  • The Swashbucklers – 1976
  • The Unforgiven (1960)
  • The Unknown Hollywood I Know … When Lillian Gish was a real vamp … By Katherine Albert (Photoplay 1932)
  • The War, the West, and the Wilderness – By Kevin Brownlow – 1979 (The Wind)
  • The Whales of August (1987)
  • The White Sister (1923)
  • The White Sister (Motion Picture Classic – 1923) – Laurence Reid Review
  • 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)
  • THE WOMAN WHO WAITS (Paramount and Artcraft Press Book May,1919)
  • Theater’s Loyal Star Lillian Gish (New York Times – June 11, 1966)
  • Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television – By William Torbert Leonard – London 1981
  • Theatre: Stage to Screen to Television – By William Torbert Leonard – London 1981 (All The Way Home)
  • Then and Now – Lillian Gish – By Seymour Peck (The New York Times 1960)
  • Theresa Neumann’s Stigmata
  • They Are Not What They Seem – By Gladys Hall (Motion Picture Magazine – 1926)
  • They Say He’s a Genius – By Sheilah Abraham (1943)
  • Those Gish Girls, EACH IS MORE ALLURING Than the Other (1919)
  • Through The Looking Glass – Selma G. Lanes (2004)
  • TOP Man (1943)
  • Tribute to Gish telecast – April 17, 1984
  • True Heart Susie (1919)
  • True Heart Susie Advertising Campaign – Paramount and Artcraft Press Books (May 1919)
  • True Heart Susie – The Story (Photo-Play Journal – July 1919)
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – by Dick Moore (1984)
  • U.S. Stamp Will Honor Film Genius – By A. H. Weiler (The New York Times – 1975)
  • Unbreakable Blossom – By Richard Schickel (The New York Times – March 4, 2001)
  • Vanity Fair presents Lillian Gish (1919 – 1983 Pictorial)
  • W-G-N To Star Lillian Gish in Sunday Drama (Chicago Tribune 1940)
  • Warning Shot (1967)
  • Was Mrs. Belmont “up-stage” in Way Down East? (Photoplay September 1920)
  • Way Down East (September 3, 1920 – USA)
  • WAY DOWN EAST (Griffith/United Artists, 1920) Selected Film Criticism
  • Way Down East – Richard Brody (The New Yorker)
  • Way Down East, a “b’gosh” Drama – By Peter Milne (Picture Play Magazine – 1920)
  • We Interview the Two Orphans – Gladys Hall /Adele Whitely Fletcher
  • We’re Surprised, Lillian! – MOTOGRAPHY August 19, 1916.
  • Weeps at Own Play – 1919 (Los Angeles Herald)
  • What Happened to Lillian Gish? By Frederick L. Collins – June 1933
  • What I Demand of Movie Stars – By David W. Griffith (Motion Picture Classic 1916)
  • What Love Means to Me – By Lillian Gish (Pictures and Picturegoer – October 1924)
  • What Makes Them Cry – By Frederick James Smith (PHOTOPLAY 1923)
  • When England Woke (The Great Love) – Picture Play Magazine – Sep. 1918
  • When it comes to versatility, Price is right By BOB THOMAS – 1988
  • When Mamaroneck Upstaged Hollywood – By Bruce Berman (The New York Times – June 19, 1977)
  • Where She Danced – By Elizabeth Kendall – 1979
  • While Cutting Annie Laurie … (Photoplay January 1927)
  • Why Are We Glad to Get Back Home – Motion Picture Magazine 1924
  • Will the Churches Defeat Censorship? By Frances Rule (Picture Play Magazine 1926)
  • William Powell – To the Rescue of the Villain (Picture Play Magazine – May, 1925)
  • Women Filmmakers & Their Films (St. James Press 1998)
  • WOMEN IN MOTION: Dance, Gesture and Spectacle in Film, 1900-1935 – by Elizabeth Ann Coffman (1995)   
  • Women on the Hollywood Screen – By Frank Manchel (1977)
  • Would I Do It Over Again? – Lillian Gish said … Photoplay June 1922
  • You And Your Hand – By CHEIRO (1932 GB)- The Hand of Lillian Gish
  • Young Boswell Interviews Lillian Gish (New York Tribune, 1922)
  • Ziegfeld, the Time of his Life – Randolph Carter 1988