Based on the play by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
The last of the 11 movies in which Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton appeared together. This was a television movie in two parts and soon after that they divorced and married the second time, only to divorce again. They were Hollywood’s golden couple of the 1960’s and their great love story – and scandals – were on the covers of numerous magazines over the years. Screenshots by me.
The first movie of the legendary couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Winner of 4 Academy Awards, for Best Cinematography, Color, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color, Best Costume Design, Color and Best Effects, Special Visual Effects. Screenshots by me.
Another nice film with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Also with famous playwright Noël Coward. Screenplay by Tennessee Williams.
My favourite line from the film: “Has it ever occurred to you that life is all memory? Except for each present moment that goes by so quickly you can hardly catch it?” – Elizabeth Taylor to Noël Coward
Screenshots by me.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (1966), their most successful movie together. Both actors were nominated for an Oscar and Taylor won her second Oscar for her memorable performance as Martha. Directed by Mike Nichols. Based on the play by Edward Albee. Screenshots by me.
An MGM production and the third film of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton together. The soundtrack includes the love theme “The Shadow of Your Smile”, by Johnny Mandel and Paul Francis Webster, winners of an Academy Award for Best Song. Directed by Vincente Minnelli.
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor (husband and wife), exuding love, passion, sensuality and beauty in the screen version of the homonym tragedy by Christopher Marlowe. To be mentioned here also the German tragedy “Faust” by Goethe.