- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor’s film, television and theater credits:

Films

“There’s One Born Every Minute,” 1942

“Lassie Come Home,” 1943

“Jane Eyre,” 1944

“The White Cliffs of Dover,” 1944

“National Velvet,” 1944

“Courage of Lassie,” 1946

“Cynthia,” 1947

“Life With Father,” 1947

“A Date With Judy,” 1948

“Julia Misbehaves,” 1948

“Little Women,” 1949

“Conspirator,” 1950

“The Big Hangover,” 1950

“Father of the Bride,” 1950

“Father’s Little Dividend,” 1951

“Quo Vadis,” cameo, 1951

“A Place in the Sun,” 1951

“Callaway Went Thataway,” cameo, 1951

“Love Is Better Than Ever,” 1952

“Ivanhoe,” 1952

“The Girl Who Had Everything,” 1953

“Rhapsody,” 1954

“Elephant Walk,” 1954

“Beau Brummell,” 1954

“The Last Time I Saw Paris,” 1954

“Giant,” 1956

“Raintree County,” 1957

“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” 1958

“Suddenly, Last Summer,” 1959

“Scent of Mystery,” unbilled cameo, 1960

“Butterfield 8,” 1960

“Cleopatra,” 1963

“The VIPs,” 1963

“The Sandpiper,” 1965

“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” 1966

“The Taming of the Shrew,” 1967

“The Comedians,” 1967

“Reflections in a Golden Eye,” 1967

“Doctor Faustus,” 1967

“Boom!” 1968

“Secret Ceremony,” 1968

“The Only Game in Town,” 1970

“Under Milk Wood,” 1971

“X, Y and Z,” 1972

“Hammersmith Is Out,” 1972

“Night Watch,” 1973

“Ash Wednesday,” 1973

“The Driver’s Seat,” 1973

“That’s Entertainment!” narrator, 1974

“The Blue Bird,” 1976

“A Little Night Music,” 1977

“Winter Kills,” 1979

“The Mirror Crack’d,” 1980

“Genocide,” narrator, 1982

“Between Friends,” 1983

“Young Toscanini,” 1988

“The Flintstones,” 1994

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Theater:

“The Little Foxes,” 1981

“Private Lives,” 1983

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Television:

“Divorce His, Divorce Hers,” 1973

“Victory at Entebbe,” 1976

“Return Engagement,” 1978

“General Hospital,” 1981

“Hotel,” 1984

“Malice in Wonderland,” 1985

“North and South,” 1985

“There Must Be a Pony,” 1986

“Poker Alice,” 1987

“Sweet Bird of Youth,” 1989

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