The Gish sister's rise to fame was at its peak at the beginning of the 1920s. Lillian Gish tried her hand at directing with the 1920 comedy entitled, Remodeling Her Husband, which, not surprisingly, starred Dorothy Gish. In 1921, the Gish sisters starred together in Orphans of the Storm, their last film for Biograph and one of their finest joint achievements. Upon leaving Biograph, and after one more film together, 1924's Romola, made for the Inspiration Company, the Gish sisters parted ways. Lillian signed a contract with MGM and went on to make some of the best films of her career, such as The Scarlet Letter (1926) and The Wind (1928), under the direction of Swedish film maker Victor Sjöström, while Dorothy moved to London to pursue a career abroad.


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