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Elizabeth Taylor's Leading Men, On-Screen
"We've heard so much about her private life, we sometimes forget about her acting talent, and the good movies she's made. Let's see how much you know about Elizabeth's work."
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"Little Women" (1949) was one of Elizabeth's earliest films. She played the part of Amy, the youngest of the March sisters, who eventually married Laurie, the rich boy next door. Who played Laurie?
Elizabeth got married in real life for the first time two days before the opening of her movie, "Father of the Bride"(1950). Who played the father of the bride in the film?
Elizabeth filmed "A Place In The Sun" in 1951. Her co-star was to become her great friend and leading man in several movies in the ensuing years. Who was he?
"The Last Time I Saw Paris" (1954) was a sentimental, romantic movie, based on a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Who was Elizabeth's leading man in this one?
"Giant", made in 1956, was based on a novel by Edna Ferber. It's the story of rivalries between men in a wealthy Texas family. Elizabeth was Leslie Benedict--who played her husband Bick?
She played Maggie the Cat in "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" in 1958. It was based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, and co-starred Paul Newman as Brick. Who wrote the play?
In "Suddenly Last Summer" (1959) Elizabeth played Catherine, a young woman traumatized by a horrifying incident she witnessed while on vacation in Spain. Who played Elizabeth's aunt in this film?
"BUtterfield 8" (1960) featured Elizabeth as a call girl searching for happiness. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for this one. One of her co-stars happened to be her husband at the time. Who was he?
This 1963 film caused a sensation while it was being filmed, as much for the antics of the starring performers as anything else. It stars Elizabeth Taylor as "Cleopatra". Who was her co-star in the film, and in real life?
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" (1966) brought Elizabeth her second Oscar. The film was based on a play, this one written by another famous playwright. Can you name the author?
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