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At Mrs Lippincote’s by Elizabeth Taylor

First published in 1945, At Mrs Lippincote’s was Elizabeth Taylor’s debut novel. This is my third Taylor (after Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont and A Game of Hide and Seek… 1,468 more words

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Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont by Elizabeth Taylor

A gentle book, un-expectantly feel good, a story about retirement, there is absolutely nothing to dislike about this book.  With its unapologetic, unassuming story of old age. 21 more words


Stephen Boyd has 'savoir faire' - 1966 interview

By Florabel Muir, Valley Morning Star, September 18, 1966

Hollywood – Stephen Boyd draws some of the loveliest ladies of the screen as his co-stars; it has been that way with him for years, but don’t ask him to tell which ones he prefers. 1,220 more words

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Faith, Family, Film: A Teacher's Trek

I’ve been anxiously waiting for this book by Dr. Fred Eichelman, and as soon as the mailman delivered it yesterday, I eagerly delved in. Fifty pages later I put it down long enough to cook supper then continued my reading. 1,896 more words

Filmmaking Folks

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton (2016)

It’s not very often I feel sorry for young people. They’ve got tons of brilliant stuff going on — all the time. They live in a wonderful age when anything is not only possible, it’s downright probable. 27 more words


WHAT?!?! You shave your face!? Was the exact response my friends would say. Yes I shave my face! I’m confident with this now as I’ve seen online and researched many celebrities who do this too and I now know that it’s actually a beauty secret. 945 more words