Lillian Gish Films

Lillian Gish, Victor Sjostrom and Lars Hanson (front row) – Behind the scenes ‘The Scarlet Letter’

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The Whales of August (1987) Director: Lindsay Anderson
Writers: David Berry (screenplay) David Berry (play)
The Night of The Hunter – 1955 – Lillian Gish, Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Director – Charles Laughton
Duel in the Sun (1946) — Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, Lillian Gish, Lionel Barrymore
The Unforgiven 1960 – Audrey Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Lillian Gish
Commandos Strike at Dawn 1942 – Paul Muni, Lillian Gish
Alfred Hitchcock’s – Body in the Barn (Lillian Gish)
Sold for Marriage – Lillian Gish 1916
Miss Susie Slagle’s 1946 – Lillian Gish, Veronica Lake, Sonny Tuffts
The Scarlet Letter – Victor Sjostrom – Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson, Henry B Walthall, Karl Dane
La Boheme 1921 – Lillian Gish, John Gilbert, Renee Adoree, Karl Dane — MGM
One Romantic Night – Lillian Gish, Conrad Nagel, Rod La Rocque, Marie Dressler, OP Heggie – Molnar’s Swan
The White Sister – Lillian Gish, Ronald Colman
The Wind – Last Silent made by MGM – Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson, Montagu Love, William Orlamond, Edward Earle

An Unseen Enemy – 1912

The Musketeers of Pig Alley – 1912

Close up – A selection of scenes from Miss Lillian Gish’s films

Quotes – Miss Lillian Gish’s quotes presented along with scenes from her films

Lillian Gish’s Films – film scenes in chronological order, with original title for reference.

The dance scene from “The White Sister”

A scene from “Sold For Marriage”, Miss Lillian Gish – Marfa

His Double Life 1933 – Lillian Gish and Roland Young

Le Spectre de La Rose, Lillian Gish and Patrick Dupont

Cinema Showcase, November 15, 1973
Channel 30 Atlanta – Lillian Gish

Lillian Gish in England August 26, 1969

Lillian Gish, interviewed by Jack Mangan aboard the SS De Grasse, 1950

Et la femme créa Hollywood – Lillian Gish

BBC 1969 – Lillian Gish, discussed D.W. Griffith, the perils of early film making

Lillian Gish The Actors Life for Me (Terry Sanders – 1988)

Broken Blossoms 1919

D.W. Griffith, Father of Film – Narrated by Lindsay Anderson Ep. I

D.W. Griffith, Father of Film – Narrated by Lindsay Anderson Ep. II

Hollywood A Celebration of the American Silent Film –  The Pioneers

Hollywood A Celebration of the American Silent Film – Hollywood Goes to War

Hollywood A Celebration of the American Silent Film – Hollywood Goes to War

The Avenging Conscience (1914) Directed by D.W. Griffith, Camera – Billy Bitzer

Charles Chaplin, D.W. Griffith, Mary Pickford and Fairbanks signing United Artists contract

The play “The Enemy” opened at the Times Square Theater (New York City) on October 20, 1925 and ran for 203 performances. An incomplete print of this film–missing its last reel–survives in the MGM film library.

The Cobweb 1955 – Director Vincente Minnelli

The Battle at Elderbush Gulch 1913 – HDV 720p
D.W. Griffith’s – Orphans of the Storm

Orphans of the Storm – Arte France (French subtitles as well)

The Mothering Heart – 1913 – HDV 720p

”The Birth of a Nation” HDV 720p 29.97 fps

”Intolerance” HDV 720p 29.97 fps

“Way Down East” United Artists, Director D.W. Griffith 1920 – HD (4:3)

Hearts of the World 1918 – HDV 720p

”Arsenic and Old Lace” 1969 – HDV 720p 29,97 fps

”Portrait of Jennie”1948 – HDV 720p 2997fps (Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Lillian Gish)

”Hambone and Hillie” 1983 – VHS copy – VHS low quality

Sweet Liberty 1986 – Alan Alda, Michael Caine, Lillian Gish HDV 720p
Home Sweet Home (1914) HDV 720p
Judith of Bethulia – HDV 720p
True Heart Susie HDV 720p
A Romance of Happy Valley 1919 – HDV 720p

Mrs Winchester’s House – CBS 5 – HDV 720p 2997fps

Central City Opera House – Now and Then – HDV 720p 29
Lillian Gish, 1978 CBC Archives – TV capture VHS quality
KQED – Lillian Gish – Mary Martin 1981 interview – HDV 720p TV Capture

Lillian Gish, Howard Keel and singer Kiri Adams appear on this 1980 edition of the Don Lane Show. Gish and Keel discuss their films

Lillian Gish’s “talkies” – a selection of dialogs and scenes from well known movies after the silent era.

Richard Barthelmess, Mary Pickford, Evelyn Baldwin Griffith and Lillian Gish at Griffith’s Memorial Lagrange Kentucky May 14, 1950

Jeanne Moreau on Lillian Gish (AFI 1984) presented by D. Fairbanks Junior
Lillian Gish accepts the AFI Life Achievement – 1984

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