Lillian Gish

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United States film actress who appeared in films by D


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She said that Lillian Gish (a star in silent films) had spent time on an ice floe in a river for a film, Way Down East.
Recently, I noticed The Alfred Hitchcock Hour reruns on the Encore Suspense cable channel and watched a 1964 episode with Lillian Gish called "Body in the Barn.
I have also seen silent films on the internet and these early stars don't always reach the top 25 best loved stars on the present lists of all time greats simply because they didn't generate the huge media coverage you have now but I reckon some like Lillian Gish and Mary Pickford deserve to be included in the top 25 of all-time greats.
Night Rider I don't look like no Klansman but I think like One Though I still wear a Dashiki My heart is covered with A white sheet I have fantasies involving Lillian Gish I struggle with these Me and my white hooded Friends share the same Obsession You know the one I don't look like no slave But I think like one I hold Caucasians to Higher standards than I Hold myself I'm incapable of Reaching such moral Heights.
the dancehall scene in Musketeers [of Pig Alley] when Lillian Gish is first introduced to the gangsters.
Q ABOUT 10 years ago, while on holiday in America, I bought a necklace which once belonged to Lillian Gish.
To listen to Nebraska analysts, the Trojans were as vulnerable as Lillian Gish.
He was awarded the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize (October 2002) for his efforts "in shaping modern theater and guiding some of today's leading voices to the stage.
Lillian Gish inspired the Adele (Alia Rosenstock), sung with enviable tone, articulation and delightful acting ability.
During his time with the company, Griffith developed a stock company of players that at one time or another included all the major female stars of the silent screen: Dorothy and Lillian Gish, Blanche Sweet, Mabel Normand, Mac Marsh, and his Canadian contingent, Florence Lawrence, Mary Pickford and Florence LaBadie.
JONES is the recipient of the 2003 DOROTHY AND LILLIAN GISH PRIZE, which includes a silver medallion and approximately $250,000.
In others, such as the odd couple of Lillian Gish and Paul Cadmus as the nymph Egeria and the Roman king Numa Pompilius, the obscurity of the reference adds to the mystery of the image, leaving the viewer to come up with his own interpretation.
Approved by the Archbishop of Canterbury, it speaks of Jesus making a Jim Skinner (dinner) for 5,000 geezers and using five loaves of Uncle Ned (bread) and two Lillian Gish (fish).
They told 'im, "We've got five loaves of Uncle Fred and two Lillian Gish.