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Remembering Elizabeth Taylor: 1932 - 2011

March 23, 2011 |  7:23 am





  Feb. 6, 1945, National Velvet  

Feb. 6, 1945: “National Velvet” opens in Los Angeles.

  Michael Todd and Elizabeth Taylor, March 28, 1957  
  Photograph by John Malmin/Los Angeles Times  


March 27, 1957: Michael Todd poses with Elizabeth Taylor after “Around the World in 80 Days” won the Academy Award for best picture.

  Nov. 12, 1981, Elizabeth Taylor  

Nov. 12, 1981: Charles Champlin reflects on Elizabeth Taylor’s career after a tribute to her at the Ahmanson Theatre.
 
After viewing clips from many of Taylor’s films, Champlin says: “You gaze wistfully upon the shining child and the radiant girl and the ravishingly sensual woman, and are then pleased and inspired to discover in maturity the ripe and indefatigable joie de vivre, the inexhaustible capacity to find amusement in the world.”




 
  Feb. 27, 1944  

  Feb. 27, 1944, Elizabeth Taylor  

  Nov. 12, 1981, Elizabeth Taylor  

  Nov. 12, 1981, Elizabeth Taylor

Nov. 12, 1981, Elizabeth Taylor
 


  Oct. 22, 1981, Kitty Kelley  

  Oct. 22, 1981, Kitty Kelley
Oct. 22, 1981, Kitty Kelley
 

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