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Elizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

nice, i was thinking of starting this and i'm glad to see someone has already.

she sorta lost a lot of her glamour but in her day she was a numba one stunna

 

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

her impact was huge, clearly. always interesting to see a persons fame/stature/allure transcend generations without any real tangable acts/work/presence in there ladder years.

 

every now n then i wonder who from "our" gens will be the first to pass, from age related shit.

 

some kind of sex icon celebrity.

 

madonna may be that person eventually.

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

donald trump would also be a front runner in this thought years to come.

 

godamn that 12oz spamvertising came off arrogent as i looked up:confused:

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

until this very moment I thought she was the woman with vertigo in arrested development.

 

regahdless, she was a stunner for sure

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I remember seeing Cleopatra as a kid (it was already real old at that point), and thinking,

"Who ever that is, she is so hot." Then finding out she was the weird lady from the perfume comercials. Don't get me wrong, she was beautifull, and classy as fuck, it just threw a young Francis Buxton for a loop.

 

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Also,

The title should read: ELizabeth Taylor

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

I thought the same thing about her looks when I saw her in Ivanhoe...I was real into Medieval shit and whatnot for a while, watched it like 10 times...but seeing as that was released in the 50s I was long past puberty at that point.

 

RIP

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

rip

i fucking loved liz taylor. butterfield 8 and who's afraid of virginia woolf, great fucking movies.

someone who actually used her star power for great cause.

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

LOL LOL LOL

 

:rolleyes:

 

*good looks buxton. fixed.

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Re: Eizabeth Taylor 1932-2011

 

her impact was huge, clearly. always interesting to see a persons fame/stature/allure transcend generations without any real tangable acts/work/presence in there ladder years.

every now n then i wonder who from "our" gens will be the first to pass, from age related shit.

some kind of sex icon celebrity.

madonna may be that person eventually.

 

or no one....

 

Elizabeth Taylor: The 'Last Star'

 

(CNN) -- Elizabeth Taylor died Wednesday at 79. But suppose she had died in 1960? She could have. You could look it up. She was suffering from pneumonia that year, after starting filming on "Cleopatra." It was serious enough for her to have been declared dead.

 

Those who remember hearing the news -- my mother and her friends among them -- swear that the whole world stopped at that moment. That's how dominant, how unavoidable Taylor had become. And she wasn't yet 30 years old.

 

By 1960, Taylor was as pervasive a presence in American culture as President Eisenhower, Mickey Mantle, Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe, who that same year -- though no one knew it at the time -- would make her last movie, "The Misfits," before her own death two years later.

Almost 50 years have passed since then, and they're still publishing cover stories about Monroe. If it hadn't been for the emergency tracheotomy that saved Taylor's life, the same would have been true for her.

 

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No leading film actress today, not even Angelina Jolie, can claim to have an off-screen life as riveting, as tumultuous, and as entertaining. When people call Elizabeth Taylor the "last star," they speak of her as the final member in a glorious parade of personalities -- Gable, Cooper, Dietrich, Hepburn, Wayne, Tracy -- whose magnetism grew solely in dark rooms smelling like popcorn and illuminated on a big screen. No one could claim her place in that line now. No one should.

 

 

http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/03/23/seymour.elizabeth.liz.taylor/index.html?hpt=C1

 

 

funny, cuz i was thinking of jolie. but he's probably right.

end of an era indeed.

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hardly surprising how old n ill she has been but RIP to a legend

 

and smash when she was younger!

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