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Elizabeth Taylor could "..drink, belch, and swear with the best of them"

Such behaviour, she said, kept her real, kept her human which is no mean  feat  given Elizabeth Taylor’s  rather extraordinary life. For starters there was the unusually dark blue of her eyes that made them seem otherworldly, then there was a mutation  she was born with that gave her double eye lashes. 923 more words

Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Edinburgh, 1963

In July 1963, Liz Taylor – then the world’s highest-paid female star – and the hell raising Welsh actor Richard Burton were refused entry to Edinburgh Castle. 263 more words

Movie Stars In Scotland

Beautiful Ruins - Jess Walker

The Italian Riviera, Hollywood, the 60’s and romance…what’s not to love?

I fell in love with this book from the first paragraph…

‘The dying actress arrived in his village the only way one could come directly—in a boat that motored into the cove, lurched past the rock jetty, and bumped against the end of the pier.

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Book Reviews

TELOOR Nestgeur 22

Op het Noordstrand, met zicht op het uit zijn voegen gegroeide ‘zwarte’ vissersdorp Katwijk, zie ik ons weer in de Blauwe Tram vanuit Leiden naar hier komen. 810 more words


The Power to Destroy...

The Medusa Touch

Starring: Richard Burton, Lino Ventura, Lee Remick
Format: Blu-Ray
Publisher: Network (15 September 2014)
Director: Jack Gold
Range… 862 more words


The Robe (1953)

Alternate title: The Really Awesome Easter Movie With The Old Guy From White Christmas And An Actress With The Same Name As A Famous Bass Guitarist But Who’s Much Better Looking And Doesn’t Resemble Satan 535 more words