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Mike Nichols. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

The environment takes precedence in the opening scene of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? There is a transition in progress, the gentle guitar strum signaling the end of the day is interrupted by the unsettling cackle of Martha, played by Elizabeth Taylor, as she and her husband George, (Richard Burton), walk slowly home in the beauty of Wexler’s trance-like visual silence. 1,348 more words

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ELIZABETH TAYLOR GOT HER 1960 AWARD FOR CHEATING DEATH and OTHERS!

ELIZABETH TAYLOR won BEST ACTRESS 1960 because she almost died while the HOLLYWOOD community had been DUMPING ON HER for

STEALING EDDIE FISHER AWAY FROM DEBBIE REYNOLDS. 42 more words

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? - DVD of the Week Review

On November 19th 2014, the great German born American filmmaker and theatre director Mike Nichols passed away. American writer and reporter for the New York Times Peter Applebome said that Mike Nichols was one of the few directors that had such a gift for getting the best performances out of his actors. 1,306 more words

DVD Of The Week Reviews

HOW TO BE A SIREN #3... SERIAL POST

So. The next step in being a siren (as in a woman who can enchant men both with her beauty and her charm)…

Remember back to the siren-lady you chose to emulate or choose one if you haven’t already done that (some good examples include; Brigitte Bardot, Angelina Jolie, Cleopatra…). 223 more words

How To

Vackra scenkläder från Cleopatra

Ursnygga Elizabeth Taylor som Cleopatra är en klassisk film. Filmen som heter Cleopatra vann flera Oscars och är en av världens dyraste filmer att spela in. 81 more words

Skådespelare

Want a Confidence Booster? Jewelry Brightens & Sparkles Women's BODY Language From the Outside-IN!

Better than chocolate…with all-day, longer-lasting effects, Accurate Body Language knows the POWER of jewelry to uplift women’s confidence from the Outside-IN!  

Although jewelry is a tangible ornament worn on the body, jewelry creates intangible emotional feelings inside and BODY Language benefits outside!   862 more words

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