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LILLIAN GISH TO MAKE SOPHISTICATED TALKIE Film Star To Abandon Lachrymose Pictures For Light Modern Role Gish, Who Begins Work on Molnar's "The Swan," Studied Voice From Noted Opera Singer.
Shaffer, Rosalind - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Oct 13, 1929
Start Page:D4
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Lillian Gish is about to begin rehearsals on her first talking picture, "The Swan," from the play by Fereno Molnar. Looking very well after her prolonged vacation occasioned by the giving up of plans to make "The Miracle Women," by Reinhardt, some months ago, Miss Gish is most interested with the idea of doing a talkie.

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