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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

In 1902, she made her stage debut performing at The Little Red School House in Rising Sun, Ohio. From 1903 to 1904, she toured in
Her First False Step.

She danced with the Sarah Bernardt production in New York City in 1905.

In 1912 she appeared in her first film, when she and her sister starred in
An Unseen Enemy under directed by D.W. Griffith.

She made her directing debut in 1920 when she directed Dorothy Gish in
Remodeling Her Husband.

In 1930, she appeared in her first "talkie" movie,
One Romantic Night.

During the 1930s Lillian worked in radio.

She made her television debut in 1948 with the Philco Playhouse production
The Late Christopher Bean.

In 1969, Lillian began giving the film lecture "Lillian Gish and the Movies: The Art of Film, 1900-1928."
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Broken Blossoms
Broken Blossoms (1919)
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Lillian Gish: A Life on Stage and Screen
Lillian Gish: A Life on Stage and Screen
(1999)
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