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Legendary Actress Elizabeth Taylor Has Died

American actor Mickey Rooney, British born actor Elizabeth Taylor and American actor Anne Revere - sit at a dinner table in a still from the film 'National Velvet' directed by Clarence Brown.

MICKEY ROONEY ELIZABETH TAYLOR NATIONAL VELVET 8x10 PHOTO

Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor & Jackie "Butch" Jenkins in a publicity photo for National Velvet

national velvet - My favorite when I was a kid - that and 'Flipper'!  cm

national velvet - My favorite when I was a kid - that and 'Flipper'!

Re-watch the romance between Darcy and Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice, now available on DramaFever!

The BEST movie adaptation of a book EVER! Re-watch the romance between Darcy and Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice, now available on DramaFever!

Judith Barrett, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, Bob Hope -  Road to Singapore 1940

1940 - Judith Barrett - Bing Crosby - Dorothy Lamour & Bob Hope in Road To Singapore

Elizabeth Taylor, National Velvet--The joy on her face is one we horse girls know so well... And she's not acting. King Charles was given to her after the film because she loved him so.  Taylor said of the film: "I think Velvet is still the most exciting film I've ever done. And at the end, to be given the horse on my thirteenth birthday-well, it was one of THE moments of my life." www.thewarmbloodhorse.com

Elizabeth Taylor in the movie, National Velvet. The horse playing The Pie, King Charles, was given to her after the film because she loved him so.

JUKE GIRL (1942) - Ann Sheridan - Ronald Reagan - Richard Whorf - George Tobias - Gene Lockhart - Alan Hale - Betty Brewer - Directed by Cursti Bernhardt - Warner Bros. - Publicity Still

JUKE GIRL - Ann Sheridan - Ronald Reagan - Richard Whorf - George Tobias - Gene Lockhart - Alan Hale - Betty Brewer - Directed by Cursti Bernhardt - Warner Bros.

Wagon Train,  I loved this show.  We used to pull our wagons around the driveway and pretend we were heading West.

One of the casts on TVs Wagon Train - Back row L-R- Robert Fuller, John McIntire, Terry Wilson. Front row L-R - Michael Burns, Frank McGrath -- Wagon Train ran from

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