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msmildred:

Joan Crawford in “Dancing Lady”, 1933.

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Lucille Ball wearing her 40 carat aquamarine engagement ring, a cushion-cut diamond on a thin gold band.

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Phoebe Tonkin.

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When I lose my temper, honey, you can`t find it any place.

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gregorypecks:

Happy Birthday Elizabeth Taylor!

(27 February 1932 - 23 March 2011)

Here’s a girl on the big screen - bigger than life - idolized in thousands upon thousands of dark theatres all over the world by men and women,some who want to emulate her, some who lover her, a fantasy, a dream. But she is also so vulnerable that she could easily be hurt. Vulnerability is a counterpart of humility, and Elizabeth really was a humble person. That’s one of the things that made her such a great star One could ask, well, who could hurt Elizabeth Taylor? She has wealth, she’s affluent, she has men, she’s a power, a turret, a fortress. But she wasn’t, and the audience knew it. It came out of the screen, this vulnerability, and the audience reached out her and wanted to protect her. That was Elizabeth.

Richard Brooks

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“I’ve known her since she was just a teenager, and I really haven’t seen much change in the person herself, except growth in character. But she has always been the same person - true and real - and like all great beauties she becomes more so as she ages. She has had many battles to fight in her life and has won them with dignity and humanity. I admire her.” 

—Ava Gardner