Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:33 PM in
Elisabeth Taylor died at the age of 79, what a pity!

I would remember her like this:



Yes I just heard. She was a legend and a great actress. Not to mention absolutely beautiful. That is a great picture of her.

So true Barb, she was a great actress. Butterfly 8 was one of my favourites or Cleopatra!

That's a wonderful photo of Dame Elizabeth. She was truly one of the last Hollywood greats, and I was very sorry to hear the news. She led a fantastic life, but she also suffered from terrible health problems, having had over 100 operations. She was a real gutsy lady, and I admired her tremendously.

I just heard the news, as well. She really was a beautiful woman. My mother will be sad to hear this, as she and Elizabeth Taylor were only a couple of months apart in age.

This - same here! Sad indeed

Becky - she was indeed a beautiful lady.

I think she was the first actress to get a million dollars for a role in a movie.
She was remarkable.

It's a pity. But she was old & ill, & had health problems all her life, so maybe it was time.

I like the picture. Very beautiful woman!

@Rick - very true! She was very succesful, and if think about the Lassie role and then compare it with Cleopatra!!
@Kris - indeed gorgeous!

She was a truly unique and gorgious lady and rightly should be remembered as you have her pictured. Thanks so much for dropping by my blog and for the sweet birthday wishes. I wanted to follow you but you don't have the friendly "follow" word at the top of your page and when I try to use the other follow above the thumbnail pics I keep getting a "can't find the page" screen. I tried.

She entertained us and did a lot of good for others while in this world. Irreplaceable.

@Odie - sorry, the followers link is on the right side and I hope it will work soon for you!

@EAJ - so true, so true!

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