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(5/21/99) "Elizabeth Taylor/Cinema Against AIDS Benefit", Cannes, France, with Ben Affleck, David Puttnam, Salma Hayek and others.

(1987) Appeared in "Crazy about the Movies".

(1964) Book (poetry): "Also World Enough and Time"

(3/8/45) Radio: Appeared on "Command Performance" with Frank Sinatra, Roddy McDowall and others.

(1986) Appears in "The Garth Brooks Video Collection", Capitol Home Video.

(2000) Appears in archive footage in "The Fabulous '60s, Vol. 2: 1961, MPI Home Video.

(1/46) Radio: "Cent's Campaign with US's First Lady Bess Truman.

(1990) Appears in archive footage in "The Best Moments of Oscar" video.

(1991) Appears in "Valentino: Special Celebration", Italian TV special, TV Roma.

(1946) Book: "Nibbles and Me", Duel, Sloan & Pearce.

(1945-47) Print ads: Lux Soap, Woodbury Soap, Max Factor makeup.

(1993) Host of events "Cinema Against AIDS", for AmFAR, in Cannes, France.

(1963) Appeared in "The Fourth Star of Cleopatra", a "making-of" short about the filming of Cleopatra (1963).

(1996) Appeared in one hour of archival footage of Giant (1956).

(1981) Stage: Appeared in "The Little Foxes" on Broadway. 1981/1982.

(1993) Host of "Cirque du Soleil Benefiting Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation".

(4/02) Host of "Two by Two for AIDS and Arts", AmfAR's events, Dallas, TX.

(1991) Appeared in Academy Awards 1961 telecast in "Star Sex Exposed" video.

(1979) Appeared in archive footage in "Academy Awards: The First 50 Years" TV special.

(2002) Video: Appeared in archive footage in "Bloopers, Vol. 2".

(1991) Video: Appeared in archive footage in "Elizabeth Taylor".

(1994) Video: Appeared in archive footage in "Elizabeth Taylor: Unauthorised Biography", from Multimedia Productions/Duocrave (UK)

(1989) Video: Appeared in archive footage in "Legends in Love".

(1988) Appeared in archive footage in "Stars of the Century" video.

(1996) Appeared in archive footage in "The Lustre Creme Star Video".

(????) Appeared in archive footage in one half-hour episode in "Cinema Legends" video.

(1996) Appeared in archive footage in one of 13 episodes of TV series "Love's Leading Ladies".

(1987) Appeared in an episode of "The Barbara Walters Summer Special" (1976) with husband John Warner.

(1996) Appeared in an episode of the French TV series "Breve Rencontres" (Brief Encounter").

(1998) TV commercials: Elizabeth Taylor New White Diamonds fragrance.

(1965) Appeared on TV interviews in original premiere of A Star Is Born (1954).

(10/11/92) Host of "To Give is to Love", concert benefiting Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, in Madison Square Garden, New York City, with Elton John, George Michael, Bruce Hornsby, Whoopi Goldberg, Lionel Richie.

(12/01) Presenter, "The Concert . . . 20 Years with AIDS", with Elton John and others.

(1991) Sold official images of her marriage with Larry Fortensky for "Research on AIDS" funds-raiser.

(3/21/50) Radio: Appeared in a "Cavalcade of America" broadcast of "I, Mary Peabody", with Susan Douglas Rubes [creditedas Susan Douglas]) on NBC/Dupont Radio.

(1992) TV commercial (PA): "I Love New York" tourism campaign along with Mickey Rooney (stage of "Sugar Babies" on Broadway).

(1987) TV commercial: Passion perfume.

(2/25/51) Radio: Appeared in a "Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast of "Father of the Bride" (ABC Radio).

(3/12/50) Radio: Appeared in a "Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast of "Our Town" (ABC Radio).

(9/14/47) Radio: Appeared in a "Theater Guild on the Air" (aka "United States Steel Hour") broadcast of "Kiss and Tell" (ABC Radio).

(4/15/46) Radio: Appeared in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "Her First Beau" (ABC Radio).

(1992) Music video: Appeared in Garth Brooks "We Shall Be Free" video.

(1981) Appeared on "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962).

(1996) Stage: Appeared (as "Helen of Troy") in "Doctor Faustus", Oxford Playhouse.

(1981) Stage: Appeared (as "Regina Giddens") in "The Little Foxes" on Broadway. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award.

(12/89) Appeared in French TV-special about her, interviewed by Frédéric Mitterrand, Antenne Deux, Paris.

(????) Appeared in archive footage in episode "Richard Burton: An Actor's Life" (1995) from A&E TV-series "Biography".

(1993, 1995) Appeared in archive footage in two episodes with her name from A&E TV-series "Biography".

(1970s) TV commercials: Appeared (w/Frank Sinatra, Brooke Shields and others) in the original "I Love New York" campaign.

(6/23/47) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "Cynthia" (CBS Radio).

(4/7/49) Radio: Appeared in a "Hallmark Playhouse" broadcast of "Morning Glory" (CBS Radio).

(9/21/49) Radio: Appeared in a "Hallmark Playhouse" broadcast of "West of the Hill" (CBS Radio).

(11/15/54) Radio: Appeared in a "Best of All" broadcast of "The Last Time I Saw Paris".

(7/13/47) Radio: Interviewee on "Louella Parsons", ABC Radio.

(1986) TV commercials (PSA): AmFar--American Foundation for AIDS Research.

(1991) TV commercial: Black Pearls perfume.

(1957) Print ads: Lustre-Cream shampoo.

(2002) Book: "My Love Affair with Jewelry". New York: Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0743236645

(1973) Stage: Produced Emlyn Williams' "The Corn is Green", on Broadway, with Cicely Tyson and Peter Gallagher.

(10/15/02) Appeared as herself in a half-hour TV Special "Liza & David's Wedding" (VH-1 Network).

(2002) Honoree with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Award.

(1995) Print ads: Elizabeth Taylor's Sparkling White Diamonds Fragrance.

(2/8/03) Appeared at "Art for AIDS II", Orange County's event, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA.

(2003) TV commercial: Forever Elizabeth perfume.

(1967) Interviewee in UK TV series, "Film Preview" (with Richard Burton).

(1993) Appeared on UK television in a special anthology with memorable interviews: "In The Hot Seat: 25 years of Classic Conversation", with a all-star cast.

(1989) Print ads: Parfums International's Elizabeth Taylor's Passion Body Riches.

(1993) Print ads: Parfums International Ltd.'s Fragrant Jewels fragrance by Elizabeth Taylor.

(????) Music video: Appeared in Elton John music video "Original Sin".

(1987) Book: "Elizabeth Takes Off: On Weight Gain, Weight Loss, Self-Image, and Self-Esteem". New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.

(1966) Stage: Appeared in the Oxford University Dramatic Society's production of Christopher Marlowe's play, "Dr. Faustus", at the Oxford University Theatre in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, with Richard Burton CBE, Andreas Teuber, Richard Durden-Smith, Maria Aitken (played "Good Angel"), David Wood, Hugh Williams, Andrew Hilton and Bruce Alexander in the cast. Nevill Coghill was the director. Irene Sharaff was the designer for Elizabeth Taylor.

(1982) Stage: Appeared in Lillian Hellman's play, "The Little Foxes," at the Victoria Palace in London, England, with Sada Thompson, Robert Lansing, J.D. Cannon and Nicolas Coster in the cast. Austin Pendleton was director.

(1986) Print ads: Lamaur Inc.'s Perma Soft Shampoo & Conditioner.

(2/3/47) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "National Velvet".

(1996) Host of events "Cinema Against AIDS", for AmFAR, in Cannes, France.

(1999-2001) Host of events "Cinema Against AIDS", for AmFAR, in Cannes, France.

(2000) Print ads: Elizabeth Taylor's Sparkling White Diamonds Fragrance.

(1992) TV commercials (PSA): AmFar--American Foundation for AIDS Research.

(1987) Interviewed in UK TV series "Film '72" (1971).


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