Elizabeth Taylor: a celebration

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Pavilion, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
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Superbly illustrated with many previously unpublished photographs, this celebration of Elizabeth Taylor places her in the pantheon of leading ladies who can truly be called screen legends. 127 photographs.

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Though Taylor's life has been fodder for the gossip columns since her emergence as a child star, little has been written that evaluates her talent as a film actress or accounts for her unique power ... Read full review

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The Kid who had Nothing
26
Miss Rich Bitch
48
Todd A Imighty
80
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Sheridan Morley was one of Britain's foremost theatre critics, broadcasters and biographers. He has written the first biographies of David Niven and James Mason, as well as the lives of many other actors including his father, Robert Morley, and his grandmother, Dame Gladys Cooper. His authorised biography of John Gielgud was published to much critical acclaim in 2001.

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