Video 28 Aug 19 notes

"Suddenly Last Summer": Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Clift, Katharine Hepburn

Video 27 Aug 13 notes

The Burtons used to rent the Odysseia, until they decided to buy it for $192,000. They re-named it the Kalizma, after their daughters: Kate, Liza and Maria. Inside, the yacht was full of beautiful art objects, and expensive paintings by Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh. Burton bought a bust of Churchill by Epstein and also brought his books on board. The yacht was docked at fabulous foreign ports along the Mediterranean Sea and the Burtons could spend their holidays un-chased by paparazzi. Elizabeth enjoyed staying with her children and dogs. Years later, Elizabeth Taylor sold the Kalizma for $6 million.

Photo 26 Aug 11 notes UNICEF Gala, Paris 1968: Richard Burton sang “How to handle a woman” and Elizabeth Taylor had a ball introducing her husband to the audience!

UNICEF Gala, Paris 1968: Richard Burton sang “How to handle a woman” and Elizabeth Taylor had a ball introducing her husband to the audience!

Photo 23 Aug 28 notes What?! Even Elizabeth Taylor took the challenge?! :)))

What?! Even Elizabeth Taylor took the challenge?! :)))

Video 18 Aug 36 notes

On the set of “Suddenly, Last Summer” (2)

Video 17 Aug 45 notes

On the set of “Suddenly, Last Summer”

Video 15 Aug 65 notes

Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Ava Gardner and…Elizabeth Taylor

(at the annual charity softball game in Hollywood, 1949)

Video 11 Aug 34 notes

Elizabeth Taylor (aged 62) plays Fred’s mother-in-law, Pearl Slaghoople, in her last feature movie.
“The Flintstones” (Universal Pictures/ Amblin/ Hanna-Barbera); Cast: John Goodman, Elizabeth Perkins, Rick Moranis, Rosie O’Donnell, Kyle MacLachlan, Halle Berry and Elizabeth Taylor; Directed by Brian Levant; Released: 23 May 1994

Photo 11 Aug 2 notes Elizabeth Taylor - candid photo

Elizabeth Taylor - candid photo

Video 7 Aug 15 notes

"These Old Broads" (ABC); Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Debbie Reynolds, Joan Collins, Elizabeth Taylor; Directed by: Matthew Diamond; Released: 12 February 2001


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