August 25, 2013 / Vickie Lester
Elizabeth Taylor reads on the set of “Cleopatra”
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She is reading about herself??
It appears that she is.
It’s all about me, me, me, baby! …. of course she is reading about herself, What actress wouldn’t especially in the middle of “Le Scandal” (As Burton dubbed “Cleopatra”). In all the hubbub of the making of that film a girl has to see what the press is saying about her and if the Pope has condemned her yet.
Oh dear… Bwahahaha!
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