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  1. Lillian Gish, née le 14 octobre 1893 à Springfield et morte le 27 février 1993 à New York, est une actrice, réalisatrice, et scénariste américaine, une des vedettes féminines les plus marquantes du cinéma muet avec Mary Pickford et Gloria Swanson.

  2. Lillian Gish stand zum ersten Mal 1902 im Alter von neun Jahren im Theater auf der Bühne. Gemeinsam mit ihrer Mutter Mary McConnell Gish (1876–1948) und ihrer Schwester Dorothy ging sie auf Amerika-Tournee und landete 1905 in New York.

  3. › name › nm0001273Lillian Gish - IMDb

    Lillian Gish, Actress: The Night of the Hunter. Lillian Diana Gish was born on October 14, 1893, in Springfield, Ohio. Her father, James Lee Gish, was an alcoholic who caroused, was rarely at home., and left the family to, more or less, fend for themselves.

  4. Lillian and Dorothy Gish were born into a broken family. Her restless father, James Lee Gish, was frequently absent. Her mother, Mary Robinson McConnell, a.k.a. Mary Gish, had entered into acting to make money to support the family. As soon as Lillian and her younger sister were old enough, they became part of the act.

  5. The Unforgiven is a 1960 American Western film directed by John Huston and starring Burt Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn.Filmed in Durango, Mexico, the supporting cast features Audie Murphy, Charles Bickford, Lillian Gish, John Saxon, Joseph Wiseman, Doug McClure and Albert Salmi.

  6. Vida. Realizó estudios de pedagogía en la Universidad Católica del Sagrado Corazón de Milán.Con 28 años recibió una distinción en ese campo y empezó a satirizar la realidad de la escuela a través del nombre de «Frato», nombre que surge al fusionar las primeras sílabas de su nombre.

  7. Within Our Gates is a 1920 American silent film by the director Oscar Micheaux that portrays the contemporary racial situation in the United States during the early twentieth century, the years of Jim Crow, the revival of the Ku Klux Klan, the Great Migration of blacks to cities of the North and Midwest, and the emergence of the "New Negro".