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I was reading through my collection of Lillian Gish clippings the other day and was startled to see a mention in a 1980's British article that 1916's THE LILY AND THE ROSE was being screened in London. I had no idea this movie still existed! Someone mentions on another thread the film exists in an incomplete copy at the Library of Congress. Has anybody seen this movie - or what remains of it. SOLD FOR MARRIAGE is the only non-Griffith title from the 1910's I've seen from Gish's filmography, does anyone know of other survivors - or has seen LILY AND THE ROSE?