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Lillian Gish Still Retains Her Charm
Star of Silent Days Recently Returned to Film 'Miss Susie Slagle'
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Shaffer, Rosalind
Date: Mar 11, 1945
Start Page: A7
Pages: 1
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Hollywood.--(AP.)--Lillian Gish, the fragile, fluttering heroine of the D W Griffith era of the silent films, had just finished "Miss Susie Slagle" the day we had tea in a Hollywood terrace cafe.

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