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LIZ TAYLOR'S LOVES


- First issue: 1962
- Published by Dell Publishing Co Inc.

One-off
Magazine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
25 January 2014

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Al Primon
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1962 GALLERIES: 1962 All DATABASE INFO
1 listed issue(s)
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1962

When Liz Was 17 She Had a Foolish Heart / photos of: - Liz and Glenn Davis - Liz and Bill Pawley First Love: Nicky Hilton / photos Beginning of a Love Affair/ photos of Liz and Michael Wilding and them with their kids When the Greatest Showman on this Earth found the most beautiful Doll/ photos of Liz and Michael Todd and with their daughter A Death of Fire and Ice / photos of: - Liz and Todd - where Todds plane crashed killing him - Liz with Dr. Rexford Kennamer and her brother, Howard leaving Todds funeral They Didnt Mean to Fall in Love - But They Did / photos of Liz and Eddie Fisher and: - Debbie Reynolds - Eva Marie Saint Eddie and Liz: The High Cost of Loving / photos of: - Eddie and Liz - Liz being taken to London Hospital - Bob Hope at Oscars A Roman Scandal Explodes / photos of: - Liz on stretcher - Richard Burton On Burtons Domestic Bliss - The Bomb Falls / photos of Liz and Richard Burton and kids The Mysterious Mr. Mankiewicz / photos of Liz and Joe Mankiewicz While Eddies Away, Liz and Dick Play / photos of: - Liz and Richard Burton - Eddie Fisher The Big Question: Whos Whose? / photos of: - Mike Nichols and Richard Burton - Liz on set with Burton and Mankiewicz - photographers outside villa The Innocents: Will They Suffer Most? / photos of: - Liz and Burton with Michael, Liza and Chris - Liza - Nurse, Burta and Maria Whats Left for Liz? / photos of: - Liz and Burton - Liz and Joe Mankiewicz

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