Elizabeth Taylor: A Loving Tribute

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Running Press, Jul 12, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
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From National Velvet to Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, through eight marriages, White Diamonds, and years of tireless humanitarian work, Elizabeth Taylor achieved truly iconic status. She made her screen debut in 1942 and ever after the public has been enamored of the famously violet-eyed legend. Why we love her is easy to see—we were astonished by her beauty, engrossed by her movie performances, and fascinated by her jet-setting lifestyle. This little book offers up more reminders of why, for more than seventy years, we always loved Elizabeth Taylor.

 

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Why We Love Elizabeth Taylor
because we watched her grow up
because she loved to play dress up
because she married and divorced Richard Burton twice
because she once had a pet chipmunk
because she raised billions for AIDS research
because she had a 69karat diamond named after her
because she could pull off a bob
because she made us afraid of Virginia Woolf
because she demanded 1000000 for Cleopatra
because she was the best argument for eye liner since Cleopatra
because the camera loved her
because she was just like us
because we almost lost her so many times
because she loved us
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because she was friends with James Dean

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About the author (2011)

Cindy De La Hoz is a film historian who has written extensively on cinema and legendary cinematic figures, including Grace Kelly, Lana Turner, and others.

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