Lillian Gish

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I believe there's something for us after we die. The world isn't wasteful.

Lillian Diana Gish (October 14, 1893February 27, 1993) was an Oscar-nominated American actress.

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  • You know, when I first went into the movies Lionel Barrymore played my grandfather. Later he played my father, and finally he played my husband. If he had lived I'm sure I would have played his mother. That's the way it is in Hollywood. The men get younger and the women get older.
    • As quoted in An Uncommon Scold (1989) by Abby Adams
  • I'm a believing person. I believe in God even though I can't see him. You can't see the air in this room, right? But take it away and you're dead. And I believe there's something for us after we die. The world isn't wasteful.
    • As quoted in Lillian Gish : Her Legend, Her Life (2002) by Charles Affron, p. 353

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