Lilian Gish, 1920 Lillian Diana Gish was an American stage, screen and television actress, director and writer whose film acting career spanned 75 years, from 1912 to 1987. Gish was called The First Lady of American Cinema

Lilian Gish, 1920 Lillian Diana Gish was an American stage, screen and television actress, director and writer whose film acting career spanned 75 years, from 1912 to 1987. Gish was called The First Lady of American Cinema

Lillian Gish great silent movie actress but also famous for some important movies in the golden era..especially in ''Night of the Hunter'' 1955 opposite Robert Mitchum...the movie was co-directed by Charles Laughton and a great success xo

Lillian Gish great silent movie actress but also famous for some important movies in the golden era..especially in ''Night of the Hunter'' 1955 opposite Robert Mitchum...the movie was co-directed by Charles Laughton and a great success xo

Lillian Gish, Early 1920s

Lillian Gish, Early 1920s

lovely photo stills

PHOTOS: 9 Rare Stills From Classic Films

lovely photo stills

Lillian Gish silent film

Lillian Gish silent film

Lillian Gish born Oct. 14, 1893 Springfield Ohio, USA. Near my Foreman ancestors.

Lillian Gish born Oct. 14, 1893 Springfield Ohio, USA. Near my Foreman ancestors.

Edward Steichen: Lillian Gish

Edward Steichen: Lillian Gish

Lillian Gish ~ Silent movie actress. She had a sort of fragile beauty about her. Innocence personified.

Enchanting Colorized Photos Breathe New Life Into History

Lillian Gish ~ Silent movie actress. She had a sort of fragile beauty about her. Innocence personified.

Lillian Gish - I have loved this portrait since I saw it in LIFE magazine 20 years ago!

Lillian Gish, Mid-1910s

Lillian Gish - I have loved this portrait since I saw it in LIFE magazine 20 years ago!

Lillian Gish in Broken Blossoms, 1919

Lillian Gish in Broken Blossoms, 1919

Lillian Gish by Charles Albin, 1922

Lillian Gish by Charles Albin, 1922

Lillian Gish in "Orphans of the Storm" 1921 UA (and later in "Body in the Barn" The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1964)

Lillian Gish in "Orphans of the Storm" 1921 UA (and later in "Body in the Barn" The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1964)

Lillian Gish - Promo shot for the silent movie, "The Wind".  "The Wind" is technically a western, but it is one of the scariest movies ever made.  It was original even scarier before the film directors changed the ending, but it is still very scary. The theme is one of desolation and lonliness on the prairies

Lillian Gish - Promo shot for the silent movie, "The Wind". "The Wind" is technically a western, but it is one of the scariest movies ever made. It was original even scarier before the film directors changed the ending, but it is still very scary. The theme is one of desolation and lonliness on the prairies

Way Down East (1920) Lillian Gish. Nice and simple an everyday picture, having the model lift her pinky whilst holding a tea pot gives her a more cheeky look as she is partially smiling with her mouth and eyes.

Way Down East (1920) Lillian Gish. Nice and simple an everyday picture, having the model lift her pinky whilst holding a tea pot gives her a more cheeky look as she is partially smiling with her mouth and eyes.

Lillian Gish

Lillian Gish

Lillian Gish in a lovely renaissance outfit

Lillian Gish in a lovely renaissance outfit

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