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  • Pet Flys

    Liz Taylor, the "Lassie" star loved dogs more than anything in her real life too. From her famous quote that her best leading men "..were dogs", to living on a boat with her dogs while shooting a movie in the UK (in order to avoid the UK's anti-rabies quarantine laws), to her final days spent with her famous constant companion - Sugar. "I’ve never loved a dog like this in my life,” said Elizabeth.

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    ELIZABETH TAYLOR PHOTO with LASSIE - Hollywood 1940's Movie Star Actress #celebrity

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    Classic Movie Man: Elizabeth Taylor: Born To Be a Star

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