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Elizabeth Taylor’s Most Memorable Roles

The gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor was known for her brows, attention-catching violet eyes, and of course, her charming acting. Starting at the tender age of 12, Taylor became Hollywood’s brightest star in no time, the best Elizabeth Taylor performances that we were looking back on in 2020.

1. Cleopatra (1963)

Who can forget Elizabeth Taylor’s piercing, cat-eyed beauty?

With this role, he shattered records, becoming the highest-paid Actress owing to a million-dollar deal. On the set of this film, she also met Richard Burton, with whom she had a passionate romance. The film is intense and lasts slightly over 4 hours.

2. Butterfield 8th, 1960

Taylor was offering a whole curvaceous physique; in this, it wasn’t easy challenging to keep our gaze away from her. Taylor co-stars as a prostitute who steals the male protagonist away from his adored wife. She could take his girl even if she were just a rane going by. Elizabeth seemed to have disliked the film despite her outstanding performance as the sad heroine.

3. 1958’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Elizabeth Taylor performed this Pulitzer Prize-winning version of Tennessee Williams’ play. The narrative revolves around a wealthy family that is crumbling from within. Taylor portrayed a seductive and love-scorched lady (doesn’t she alwcannot unable to gain the devotion of her drunken, ex-football player husband.

4. Raintree County in 1957

“Raintree County,” starring Elizabeth at her best, earned her her first Oscar compared to “Gone With The Wind,” reviewers sharply criticized this picture for being boring and monotonous. Yet, we’ll never forget the terrible incident involving a vehicle accident during a shooting. Taylor saved her Hollywood husband’s life by reaching down his neck and scraping his teeth so he wouldn’t choke.

5. National Velvet, 1944

Taylor was only 12 years old when she did this movie, and it’s one of the few times she doesn’t play a sultry vixen. Instead, it’s a good movie for the whole family about a girl from a small village in England who trains a wild stallion so it can run in the Grand National Horse Race. In the jockey world, female characters were rare, especially in the 1049s, so this was a role that was inspiring in many ways.