Lillian Gish – BBC 1969
Lillian Gish talks to Howard Lockhart about herself and the early days of the movies.
She has been called “the first lady of the silent screen,” and film director D.W. Griffith extolled her “exquisite, ethereal beauty.” She was Lillian Gish, the star of movies, television, radio, and the stage for nearly all of the 20th century.
It Takes All Sorts
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
BBC Radio 4 FM
19 November 1969 9.35