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I found this rare nude photo of Liz Taylor yesterday. Supposedly, it was taken by Roddy McDowell; heretofore known as the Lucky Limey.

Elizabeth Taylor was, IMO, one of the the most beautiful women on the planet. 21 more words

Reading Elizabeth Taylor (again)

Other people’s words

I’ve talked before about the writer Elizabeth Taylor: her pithy, devastating prose.

How’s this?

The town seemed to her to be England at its worst, full of people trying to enjoy themselves and not managing it for various reasons — perhaps chiefly those of the weather and the deeply-rooted dullness it had caused.

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1001 Películas: Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf? (1966).

“George: You’re a monster – You are.
Martha: I’m loud and I’m vulgar, and I wear the pants in the house because somebody’s got to, but I am not a monster. 501 more words

January 16, 1869

Jan 16th 1869   Haul load black oak from the river   2 rail cuts  6 posts & the rest wood   Sledding middling & I brought a heavy load   went to Ez Squires in the Eve   left Harvey… 32 more words

Family Life On The Farm

An A-list feta salad with crispy vegetables

This was the salad that landed me Elizabeth Taylor as my first client when I moved to LA. The irony didn’t escape me  – a codependent with eight husbands! 181 more words


Elizabeth Taylor's legendary jewels

La Peregrina – The Legendary Pearl

Pearl, ruby and diamond necklace with a 203-grain pear-shaped pearl discovered in the 16th Century as its centerpiece. Designed by Elizabeth Taylor, with Al Durante of Cartier, it was a gift from Richard Burton on January 23, 1969. 314 more words