Wind, The (1928) - (Movie Clip) Lillian Gish Introduction
Lillian Gish turned 90 in 1983, the year she made this introduction to Victor Seastrom's celebrated 1928 film The Wind, her version of her own agency never in dispute.
Wind, The (1928) -- (Movie Clip) Ghost Horse
Southern Letty (Lillian Gish) on her trip west to visit cousin Cora (Dorothy Cumming), getting a lift from cowboy Lige (Lars Hanson), with fantasy, then getting on too well with Cora's husband Bev (Edward Earle), early in Victor Seastrom's The Wind, 1928.
Wind, The (1928) -- (Movie Clip) Awful Forsaken Place
Out of town Letty (Lillian Gish) dressed up for the dance, cowboys Sourdough (William Orlamond) and Lige (Lars Hanson) both making unlikely bids for her hand, the more viable Roddy (Montagu Love) getting closer, when a storm blows up, in Victor Seastrom's The Wind, 1928.
Wind, The (1928) -- (Movie Clip) You've Been My Wife A Whole Hour
Desperate Southerner Letty (MGM star Lillian Gish, who wrote the story outline herself), having alienated the Western relatives she was visiting, has just married rough-hewn cowboy Lige (Lars Hanson) and appears unready for the ramifications, in The Wind, 1928, directed by Victor Sjostrom.
Wind, The (1928) -- (Movie Clip) Puny But Irresistible
Director Victor Sjostroms opening, from the novel by Dorothy Scarborough, Frances Marions script and, in between, a story outline by star Lillian Gish, in which she, as Letty, begins a journey west, predatory Montagu Love as Roddy imposing himself, in MGMs The Wind, 1928.