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    • Sabrina Schreibeis

      Elizabeth Taylor was the most beautiful women in the 1950s. This decade saw her transform from a teenager to a full-fledge movie star, but it was also a witness at her becoming the proper serious actress that her sex-symbol glamour and celebrity never quite managed to fully obscure. If you are a fan of old movies, you have probably seen her performances in films like “A Place in the Sun,” “Giant,” “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and “Suddenly, Last Summer.”

    • Debra Asmus

      1950 Liz Taylor, a classic beauty

    • Missy Stooksberry

      vintage hairstyles

    • Meghan Gerrity

      Liz Taylor's vintage pin curl 'do

    • Kathryn Claahsen

      Elizabeth Taylor 1950s hairstyle photo - 9

    • Lakme India

      #ElizabethTaylor #PerfectRadiance #beautiful #Actress #Iconic #Cleopatra

    • Robin Weisgerber

      Classic beauty defined, Elizabeth Taylor

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