Quotation by Lillian Gish

Again and again, I struggled though the storm. Once I fainted—and it wasn't in the script. I was hauled to the studio on a sled, thawed out with hot tea, and then brought back to the blizzard, where the others were waiting. We filmed all day and all night, stopping only to eat standing near a bonfire. We never went inside.... The blizzard never slackened.
Lillian Gish (1896–1993), U.S. actor. The Movies, Mr. Griffith and Me, ch. 17 (1969).

On filming Way Down East (1920) for the great pioneer filmmaker D. W. Griffith on Long Island Sound during an actual blizzard.
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