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Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011)

I know I am not alone when I say she was a talented, beautiful and a giving person. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was a leading lady for many years in Hollywood. She has acted with soo many of Hollywood’s leading actors and directors. She had such great success in her profession and had a really difficult time finding happiness in her personal life. She has stared in soo many great movies and I wanted to show you a few that I really like.

(1958) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof:

(1951) A Place in the Sun:

(1960) Butterfield 8:

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  1. It was her violet eyes that captured my interest! She was a beautiful woman – that’s for sure!

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  2. Oh those violet eyes. Never seen anyone with a color like that & they were captivating. My opinion, she was THE most beautiful woman in Hollywood – the world actually. Her speaking voice was beautiful too. In her “elder” years she was quite the character & this is one of my favorite quotes from her….”You get what you give. At least I got to keep the ring.” : – ) She was quite a girl. I think her male counterpart was the stunning fella up there in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. Paul Newman made me swoon till the day he passed. Two truly iconic, wonderful people.

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