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Celebrating Elizabeth Taylor with photos the day ends, I want to do another Elizabeth Taylor post – this one focusing on her decades as a movie goddess.

Miss Taylor, born 83 years ago today, won Academy Awards for best actress for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Butterfield 8, was nominated three other times for Raintree County, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Suddenly Last Summer, and received the Academy’s humanitarian Oscar in 1993 for her tireless work on behalf of HIV/AIDS.

Other films included A Place in the Sun, Giant, National Velvet, Cleopatra, Father of the Bride, Little Women, The Taming of the Shrew, A Little Night Music and The Mirror Crack’d, among many others.



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  1. for me,Elizabeth Taylor is a nice actress.She is so much beautiful and have acted good in various characters.I love her so much :) and thanks for sharing this article :) keep writing and let us know about good about hollywood :)

  2. No fan of Elizabeth Taylor should ever forget her memorable guest appearance in the most celebrated event in soap opera history. It took place on Nov. 17, 1981 on ABC’s “General Hospital (The actress was a huge fan) at the wedding of Luke and Laura (the genre’s first true Super Couple) which was seen by 30 million fans — the largest daytime drama audience in history. Ms. Taylor appeared as that Dowager of Evil Helena Cassadine, whose husband Prince Mikkos had been killed by Luke. Right between the I dos and the cake cutting, Helena arose from the audience and leveled a curse upon the newlyweds and all their descendants. It is something fans still remember. BTW, since 1997 Helena Cassadine has been played by the wonderfully talented and still regal Constance Towers.

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