Skip to comments.Elizabeth Taylor, RIP
Posted on 03/23/2011 6:13:11 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa
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mine is White Diamonds but I do have Passion as well.
She's not really dead...it's just her illusion.
She was a “A Course In Miracles” follower, like Oprah and Stephen Spielberg and Stephen Tyler and Ellen Degeneres, etc.
Liz Taylor didn’t play Virginia Woolf. She was in a play with Woolf’s name in the title.
I love Wood. Dont agree about VW, but then, the work itself is awful. She wasnt good in those heavy roles. She was marvelous in Father of the Bride.
COAHTR was the first movie I saw that "adult content" attached to it. For whatever Brick's reasons, not sleeping with Maggie didn't make any sense to me, but I was sixteen.
Because if they showed Elizabeth in her prime, everyone would realize how plug-ugly those Kardashian hos are!
I’ll stop and smell ‘White Diamonds’ next time I’m at the perfume counter. Don’t know that one, but I, like Liz, will try anything once, LOL! :)
Oh, no, she was a very good serious actress. If you’re around tonight and have TCM, watch Paul Newman’s mini-documentary on Taylor. No slouch in the acting department himself, he lauds her great acting skills.
She was hip and with it until the end.
One of the great tacky reads of all time is Richard Burton’s diaries. We get all the dirt on Liz which is good fun but he was vicious towards Lucille Ball. One of my biographies of Ball states that when she read Burton’s diaries, she went into her last decline and eventually passed away. I believe it!
Usual tacky comment.
THE LAST MOVIE STAR
Legendary movie star, businesswoman and humanitarian.
There will never be another star who will come close to her luminosity and generosity.
We will never see the likes of her again.
In a career spanning more than 70 years and 50 films, her talent endured the test of time and transcended generations of moviegoers. She truly was an American icon, whose legacy went far beyond her acting skills, for she leaves a monumental legacy that has improved and extended millions of lives and will enrich countless more for generations to come through her work for aids and other charitites.
She is singular and indelible on film and in our hearts.
Rest in peace beautiful lady.
I have seen it, thanks.
Please tell me those are wax figures from Madame Tussauds. If not those are the most plastic surgeried people I have ever seen.
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