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April 17, 2014
One of my earliest memory's was watching "National Velvet" with my Mother when I was a small child...I thought she was so beautiful and wished I looked like her, and wanted to be a horse jockey like her in that movie! :)
(This was about 1980...
Elizabeth Taylor is who I see in my mind when I hear the words "Movie Star" she is timeless and classy, and I will show my own Daughter her movies also. She led a very impressive life and I'm sure her Children look back in awe of her person.... Now she can be with her old pals! Rip Beautiful Movie Star.... ;)
January 28, 2014
Elizabeth such beauty. My favorite movie was Place in the Sun with Montgomery Cliff. Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, what a love story. I want to thank you for the person whose heart was bigger than life. You gave so much in helping people with Aids. You will never be forgotten. Today actors just don't have what the actors had in your era. God Bless you and your family.
November 8, 2013
R.I.P
September 18, 2013
Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren had been in mind for the role of LYGIA in the epic 1951 motion picture "QUO VADIS." The part was played by the English film star Deborah Kerr. She was photographed well in splashing Color it, however was not to be one of her better performances! There was, however, a role that will always stand out. . . .in the memory af a true Deborah Kerr fan, and that was her three-role performance in the written, produced and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger production of "THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP."
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