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A Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor

10 movies you must not miss if you love Liz

Elizabeth Taylor's Best Roles

From left: Robert Stack, Jane Powell and Taylor in A Date With Judy in 1948 — Everett Collection

A Date With Judy (1948)

Did Taylor's overlords at MGM take some perverse pleasure in giving 16-year-old Liz the full glamour treatment, daring — just daring — the red-blooded males in the audience to appreciate her considerable charms, despite her tender age? Liz is not the title character here — that's Jane Powell — but as Judy's pal, Carol Pringle, she virtually pops off the screen in one provocative designer dress after another. Her astonishing looks catch the attention of a young Robert Stack (and if there's a pun in there, I'm not touching it).

 

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