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...woman who dazzles in your life Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds Lustre, a radiant...charitable contribution. As part of Elizabeth Taylor's passionate commitment and...Taylor fragrances go to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. Elizabeth...

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The Kardashian industry

...Ricevimenti), the bottom line is the same: Some reports say they will make more than $20 million off it. If Elizabeth Taylor had had a similar knack for martial monetization, she might have died a billionaire.The rehearsal dinner was at...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-28/the-kardashian-industry
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...has been seen in public only once in the past 26 years.Among other iconic Warhols at Sotheby's is a portrait of Elizabeth Taylor, titled "Liz #1 (Early Colored Liz)," estimated to fetch between $20 million and $30 million.Sotheby's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2013-11-13
Arts & Entertainment

...Also included is the 1966 adaptation of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," starring the real-life couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The movie earned Oscar nominations for them both, a win for Taylor, and launched the screen-directing...

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Arts & Entertainment

LONDON (AP) - The gown Elizabeth Taylor wore at the first of her eight weddings is for sale. You'll need at least 30,000 pounds ($47,000) to buy it and a tiny...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2013-06-19-0
Arts & Entertainment
98 Homer seniors earn diplomas

...Priscilla Marie Smith Steven Paul Stead Heather Jessica Strutz Amber Leslie Swaim Jared Robert Szajkowski Jennifer Elizabeth Taylor Sara Elizabeth Thompson Byron Pete Turner Andrew Paul Vait Chelsea Lee Ward Michael Lee White Amon Z. Winne

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Some movies bring on the romance, others fall short

...full of Hollywood sapfests. ?Roman Holiday? Audrey Hepburn is the very definition of adorable. In her day, Elizabeth Taylor may have been more beautiful, and Katherine Hepburn may have been a better actress, but no one was as appealing...

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A Place in the Sun

Opens Friday, Feb 1, 2013 Synopsis: Previously filmed in 1931 under its original title, Theodore Dreiser's bulky but brilliant novel An American Tragedy was remade in 1951 by George Stevens as A Place in the Sun. Montgomery Clift stars as George Eastman, a handsome and charming but basically aimless young man who goes to work in a factory run by a distant, wealthy relative. Feeling lonely one evening, he has a brief rendezvous with assembly-line worker Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters), but he forgets all about her when he falls for dazzling socialite Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor). Alice can't forget about him, though: she is pregnant with his child. Just when George's personal and professional futures seem assured, Alice demands that he marry her or she'll expose him to his society friends. This predicament sets in motion a chain of events that will ultimately include George's arrest and numerous other tragedies, including a vicious cross-examination by a D.A. played by future Perry Mason Raymond Burr. A huge improvement over the 1931 An American Tragedy, directed by Josef von Sternberg, A Place in the Sun softens some of the rough edges of Dreiser's naturalism, most notably in the passages pertaining to George's and Angela's romance. Even those 1951 bobbysoxers who wouldn't have been caught dead poring through the Dreiser original were mesmerized by the loving, near-erotic full facial closeups of Clift and Taylor as they pledge eternal devotion. A Place in the Sun won six Oscars, including Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Cinematography, although it lost Best Picture to An American in Paris. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelley Winters, Keefe Brasselle, Anne Revere, Fred Clark Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston

Now Playing Synopsis: Filmmaker Whitney Sudler-Smith reflects on the life and career of Halston, the celebrated fashion designer who clothed some of the most glamorous women of the 1970s. In addition to making sure that clients like Elizabeth Taylor and Jacqueline Kennedy always looked their best, Halston also left a permanent mark on the fashion industry as the creator of the fabric Ultrasuede, and was known for being a notable fixture of the New York nightclub scene. Later, after selling his business for a mint, he watched as his hedonistic empire crumbled under the weight of Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" antidrug campaign. In 1990, Halston died of AIDS at age 57. Interviews with such friends, critics, and collaborators as Anjelica Huston, Stephen Burrows, Billy Joel, and Amy Fine Collins offer a complete picture of the man who changed the face of modern fashion, and did it in a style all his own. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Whitney Sudler-Smith, Liza Minnelli, André Leon Talley, Ralph Rucci, Cathy Horyn, Stephen Burrows, Bob Colacello, Pat Cleveland, Anjelica Huston, Nicky Haslam, Boaz Mazor, Billy Joel, Nile Rodgers, Phillip Bloch, Ming Vauze, Naeem Kahn, Amy Fine Collins, Diane Von Furstenberg, Chris Makos Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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