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Which of these Elizabeth Taylor movies is your favorite?

Response Percent Votes
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”
 
23% 126
National Velvet”
 
20% 111
Cleopatra”
 
20% 111
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
 
17% 96
The Flintstones”
 
10% 59
Other (tell us in the comments!)
 
6% 34
Total 537

Comments

oneeye_wilbur 3 years ago

Virginia Woolf and was as good as KU's Who's Afraid of Virginina Woolf. 4 characters .

One thing for certain about Liz Taylor, these whackos now, like Lindsay Lohan will never , ever acclaim star status. I bet even the Phelps clan wouldn't picket Lohan's funeral. In fact, the missed Liz Taylors.

The day will come when the Phelps family will take the place in history books along with the Donner clan, Jeffrey Dahmer and others like them. One thing about the Phelps though, they will starve as none of them want to feast on the other.

Liz Taylor pulled a fast one on them. 48 hours and the funeral was over.

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yourworstnightmare 3 years ago

Definitely "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf".

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IMO 3 years ago

Other! Taming of the Shrew. have a great day :D

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CWGOKU 3 years ago

I suppose Cat on a hot tin Roof, because of the great cast. She was beautiful, but not the greatest actress, I never really cared for any of her movies. She was before my time, but I must say, she was one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen.

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Kirk Larson 3 years ago

Truly memorable Liz moment: she was the voice of Maggie Simpson when she said her first word, "Dada".

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Uhlrick_Hetfield_III 3 years ago

Which movie? How about none of them. I personally just found her to be tedious and boring on screen. RIP she seemed to have a good heart.

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Pywacket 3 years ago

Cait~ The posting gods are punishing you for not appreciating "Who's Afarid..." ;-) I think it is a brilliant play and they did a great job with the movie.

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Cait McKnelly 3 years ago

Life with Father. Little Women (her beauty as Amy was a great foil for June Allyson's Jo). Giant. When she became an older adult and became the embodiment of "Martha" in "Woolf" (a movie I despised and found incredibly boring) I pretty much lost interest in her.

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Cait McKnelly 3 years ago

Life with Father. Little Women (her beauty as Amy was a great foil for June Allyson's Jo). Giant. When she became an older adult and became the embodiment of "Martha" in "Woolf" (a movie I despised and found incredibly boring) I pretty much lost interest in her.

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Cait McKnelly 3 years ago

Life with Father. Little Women (her beauty as Amy was a great foil for June Allyson's Jo). Giant. When she became an older adult and became the embodiment of "Martha" in "Woolf" (a movie I despised and found incredibly boring) I pretty much lost interest in her.

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Scott Morgan 3 years ago

Independent, Hollywood is our Royalty. I too only liked her for a few films, but her life was so fascinating. Liz was a queen.

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jayhawklawrence 3 years ago

Dick Cavett said it best. The last of the Redwoods has fallen. Only the small trees remain.

If you grew up watching Elizabeth you would understand.

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Steve Jacob 3 years ago

How about what Entertainment Weekly said was her last moved she cared about..."Reflections of a Golden Eye". What a weird movie.

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independent_rebel 3 years ago

I've never understood the fascination with Taylor. She's done nothing for 40 years. She was hot back in the day, I'll give her that.

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autie 3 years ago

Whitney, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof is the only choice.....humma humma the only choice. My Dad even knows that. The rest of those movies were nothing more than window dressing...except....I always really liked her with Dick Burton in "Taming of the Shrew"...that was pretty hot too.

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Hoots 3 years ago

That's easy. For me it's GIANT with James Dean. It's a great story with nice cinematography, legendary actors, and it holds up over time.

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blue73harley 3 years ago

The one with Jacko and a monkey. It was a private release.

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blindrabbit 3 years ago

Not a movie; but a supposed Elizabeth Taylor local story. According to the rumors, I heard that she stayed one night at the small motel between Lawrence and Ottawa; the one that is now 8 small free standing buildings that recently operated as antiques stores. Can't vouch if true but the story has been around for years; kinda like George Washington "slept here" maybe.

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yankeevet 3 years ago

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof!!!

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ilovelucy 3 years ago

Butterfield 8. She was terrific in that. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Suddenly Last Summer, Raintree County, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, A Place in the Sun. Early on, she did a version of Ivanhoe and played Rebekah. She was stunningly beautiful in that movie. I loved her.

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Andini 3 years ago

It's a toss up between Giant w/ James Dean or The Flintstones w/ John Goodman.

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scopi_guy 3 years ago

Boom! I think it was from around 1967 or 68.

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rockchalker52 3 years ago

"Who's afraid of Virginia Wolfe?"

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