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Latest Elizabeth Taylor Items
Before becoming a bride eight times over, Elizabeth Taylor was a 17-year-old starlet scribbling letters to her first fiance, charting on pale pink stationery his progression from her one-and-only to the one who got away.
Broadway will honor Elizabeth Taylor by dimming its lights on Friday.
Elizabeth Taylor's funeral started late _ just the way the screen legend wanted it.
An Andy Warhol portrait of Elizabeth Taylor is heading to a New York City auction. It's estimated to bring $20 million.
In a story about Elizabeth Taylor's funeral, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Jewish customs call for the dead to be buried within 48 hours. Jewish traditions dictate that burial should happen as quickly as possible after death.
Elizabeth Taylor's funeral started late — just the way the screen legend wanted it.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's publicist says the shock of Elizabeth Taylor's death made Gabor fear she was next and sent her to a Los Angeles hospital with high blood pressure.
Elizabeth Taylor, screen goddess, was born in 1951's "A Place in the Sun," when she cooed into Montgomery Clift's ear, "You'll be my pickup."
Richard Burton snuggled in a booth at a Mexican food restaurant deep in conversation with his "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" co-star with eavesdroppers only able to make out a dignified "Yes, Elizabeth" on occasion. She called him "Richard."