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Elizabeth Taylor: A Tribute (2011)

A tribute to Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor, featuring interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
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Complete credited cast:
Hugh Bonneville ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Elizabeth Taylor ... Herself (archive footage)
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Lucy Bolton Lucy Bolton ... Herself (as Dr Lucy Bolton)
Pierce Brosnan ... Himself
Richard Burton ... Himself (archive footage)
Joan Collins ... Herself
Eddie Fisher ... Himself (archive footage)
Larry Fortensky ... Himself (archive footage)
Christopher Frayling Christopher Frayling ... Himself (as Sir Christopher Frayling)
David Frost ... Himself (archive footage)
Robert Hardy ... Himself
Conrad Hilton Jr. ... Himself (archive footage)
Larry King ... Himself
David Kirby David Kirby ... Himself
Angela Lansbury ... Herself
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A tribute to Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor, featuring interviews with friends, family and colleagues.

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BBC [UK]

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UK

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English

Release Date:

16 April 2011 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dame Elizabeth Taylor: A Tribute See more »

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A classic all should see.
4 January 2012 | by truedesign18444See all my reviews

Though some may dismiss "National Velvet" as overly sentimental and contrived, its undeniable appeal derives from the impeccably believable performances of the entire cast who quite capably bring the uplifting tale to life. Mickey Rooney is properly restrained yet exactly right. Donald Crisp is, once again, stern but lovable. Ann Revere might step off the screen and become a mother you remember from your childhood, perhaps your own. Even little Jackie Jenkins is stellar as the unapologetically, comically miscreant brother. And, of course, Elizabeth Taylor is both adolescently beautiful and perfect as Velvet. One cannot watch her in this film and not realize that here was someone with a gigantic soul, a person obviously able to love fully and unreservedly, perhaps to a fault. Since, previous to watching this film, I had not particularly been a fan of hers, I think I can objectively instruct you: "Watch this movie. She will capture you."


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