The day has finally arrived. For the next three days a prolific array of writers will be shining the light on the Legendary Elizabeth Taylor for her birthday blogathon.
For those of you participating in the blogathon, please send me your links, and I’ll link them as soon as I receive them. Thank you.
Cinematic Scribblings puts the spotlight on Elizabeth Taylor in A Place In The Sun ( 1951 )
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films joins the party with a post on A Cat On A Hot Tin Roof ( 1958 )
The Stop Button delivers Elizabeth in Giant ( 1956 ) to the party.
Real Weegie Midget Reviews talks about Elizabeth Role in Z, Y & Zee ( 1972 )
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society pens an excellent post on Life With Father ( 1947 )
For her first post, Taking Up Room delights us with one of my personal favorite Elizabeth Taylor films, Father Of The Bride ( 1950 )
The Dream Book Blog addresses the true meaning of friendship in Between Friends ( 1983 )
The Story Enthusiast takes us on a trip down memory lane with her post on National Velvet ( 1944 )
Mondo Movies brings an Elizabeth Taylor pictorial to the party.
Caftan Woman analyzes Elizabeth Taylor’s role in the Agatha Christie classic, The Mirror Crack’d ( 1980 )
Vinnie H joins the birthday celebrations with a delightful article on Suddenly, Last Summer ( 1959 )
I Found It At The Movies visits George and Martha in Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf ( 1966 )
Four Star Films examines Elizabeth’s role in Giant ( 1956 )
Anybody Got A Match? tells us about the famed storybook romance of Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton.
Critica Retro takes a trip down memory lane and visits Elizabeth’s film debut in There’s One Born Every Minute ( 1942 )
Portraits By Jenni delivers a fabulous post on A Date With Judy ( 1948 ) to the party.
No Nonsense With Nuwan Sen talks about two of Elizabeth Taylor’s great loves, Mike Todd and Richard Burton.
Elizabeth Nelson: Guest post at In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood pens a wonderful tribute to Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding.
For her third post, Rebecca from Taking Up Room delights us with an enchanting article about the book, Elizabeth Taylor: My Love Affair With Jewelry.
LA Explore spotlights Elizabeth Taylor as Amy March in Little Women ( 1949 )
Karavansara pays tribute to Elizabeth in The Taming Of The Shrew ( 1967 )
The Wonderful World Of Cinema compares Elizabeth’s performance as Amy March in Little Women ( 1949 ) to Joan Bennett’s portrayal of Amy March in the 1933 version.
Old Hollywood Films visits Elizabeth Taylor’s Jewelry Collection.
Yours truly from In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood discusses Elizabeth and her road to charity.
Last but not least, Movies Meet Their Match tells us about The Last Time I Saw Paris ( 1954 )