Maya Angelou and Jean Seberg were just some of the women who faced everything from racism and sexism to transphobia, yet produced some of cinema’s most...
The Harvard Crimson - May 16, 2018
Dorothy Gish, like her sister Lilian, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and Charlie Chaplin, was a matinee idol in the golden era of American film making....
Lancaster Online - Feb 18, 2021
Flamm, wife of Joseph Flamm, Lebanon, brother, Harold Gish, Lebanon, sisters, Dorothy Gish of Grantham, Mary Morrissey of Quentin, Karen Sellers of Annville,...
Post-Bulletin - Jan 30, 2021
Film stars making appearances include Dorothy Gish, William Hurt, Gloria Swanson and Fatty Arbuckle. The Parent-Teacher Association for the Northrop School...
The Harvard Crimson - Jun 09, 2018
For some, the advent of Miss Dorothy Gish to the legitimate stage is no doubt a great event. We would not go quite so far as to say that. But she does give...
Chicago Reader - Jun 06, 2017
D.W. Griffith takes on the French Revolution, including “pussyfooting Robespierre” (his epithet), many other famous historical figures, and the sisters...
Chicago Reader - Jul 06, 2017
One of the best reasons for seeing this powerful 1918 D.W. Griffith feature—a love triangle (Lillian and Dorothy Gish and Robert Harron) set in a French...
broadway.com - Oct 17, 2017
Robinson and Dorothy Gish. Barbara Stanwyck and Judith Anderson both made their debuts on its stage. On September 27, 1956 the first nationwide broadcast of...
The Day - Feb 04, 2021
But the Davis Theatre in Norwich re-opened to a resoundingly positive review, with a triple bill of films including Dorothy Gish in “Battling Jane.” It would...
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