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The Greatest Thing in Life (1918) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by D.W. Griffith and produced by D.W. Griffith.

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This film featured a then-shocking kiss between a white soldier and a dying black soldier; unfortunately, no copy of the film is known to exist.
Zasu Pitts was originally cast in a supporting role, but D.W. Griffith fired her because he thought she looked too much like the female lead, Lillian Gish. All of her scenes were cut from the final print.
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Also directed by D.W. Griffith




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