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Favs of the 60’s ~#5~ Elizabeth Taylor

07 Jul
In the 1950’s Elizabeth Taylor was the epitome of glamour and Hollywood. In the 1960’s Taylor was still glamour and Hollywood, but she also added talent and Academy Award winner to her resume. Winner of the 1960 Best Actress award in the film Butterfield8 as a prostitute and in 1963’s bomb, she was Cleopatra and in 1966 she won the Best Actress award for the second time for her portrayl in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolfe. Based on the controversial play by Edward Albee, this noir-ish 1966 drama stars former real-life couple Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, in what many critics consider to be their best performances.
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