LILLIAN GISH - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1983 - HFSID 285503
LILLIAN GISH Inscribed photo, shown in cape and broad brimmed floral hat Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Paul Mitchell/With every good wish./Lillian Gish". B/w, 8x10. Dated 1983 lower left hand margin (unknown hand).
Sale Price $378.00
LILLIAN GISH Inscribed photo, shown in cape and broad brimmed floral hat Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Paul Mitchell/With every good wish./Lillian Gish". B/w, 8x10. Dated 1983 lower left hand margin (unknown hand). Lillian Gish (1896-1993), born Lillian de Guiche, began her career as child actress "Baby Lillian" at the age of five. Lillian and her sister, Dorothy (1898-1968), who often toured with Lillian, made their film debuts (along with their mother, Mary Gish) in D.W. Griffith's film, An Unseen Enemy in 1912. Over the next several years, Lillian, who is credited as being the first true movie actress for recognizing the crucial differences between stage and film work and delivering carefully crafted performances, would make a number of films for Griffith, including The Birth of a Nation (1915), Intolerance (1916), Way Down East (1920) and Orphans of the Storm (1922). In 1923, she went to MGM, where she made La Boheme and The Scarlet Letter (both 1926). In 1930, Gish appeared in her first sound film, One Romantic Night (1930). Lillian, who was known as "The First Lady of the Silent Screen", was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for Duel in The Sun (1946) and received an honorary Oscar in 1970 for her contributions to film. Fine condition.
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