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written by: silverqueen
Elizabeth Taylor has played many roles in her life: movie star, seductress, Oscar winner, AIDS activist, wife, and mother. How much do you know about the lovely Liz who is ranked number seven on the American Film Institute's list of America's Greatest Stars?

Question 1:

It was while making this movie that Elizabeth Taylor met her fifth husband, Richard Burton. This movie cost 40 million to make and four years to bring to the big screen. Fox Studio sued Taylor and Burton for "depreciating the film's commercial value by their scandalous conduct and deportment". Can you name this movie?
Ben Hur
Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf
The Sandpiper

Question 2:

Elizabeth Taylor's third husband, Mike Todd, won a Best Picture Oscar when he produced 'Around the World in Eighty Days'. Elizabeth Taylor was devastated at his death when his private plane crashed on March 22, 1958. What was the name of Mike Todd's plane?
Lucky Liz
Liz & Liza
The Liza

Question 3:

Elizabeth Taylor's first Oscar-winning role had the tagline 'The most desirable woman in town and the easiest to find'. What number did one 'just have to call'?
Angel 32
BEachwood 4-5789
BUtterfield 8
Dial M for Murder

Question 4:

At the age of twelve Elizabeth Taylor rode into America's heart on a horse called 'The Pie'. What was the name of this 1944 movie?
Black Beauty
National Velvet

Question 5:

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'The only thing, Brick, can carry is a football and a highball.' was a quote from a movie based on a Tennessee William's play that showed Elizabeth Taylor as the sultry wife of the wealthy Brick. What character did Elizabeth Taylor portray?
Alexandra del Gago
Amanda Wingfield
Blanche Du Bois
Maggie the Cat

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Question 6:

In the period 1950-1996, Elizabeth Taylor was married eight times but to only seven men. What man did Elizabeth marry, not once, but twice?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 7:

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"I'm loud and I'm vulgar and I wear the pants in the house because somebody's got to, but I am not a monster.' is a quote from this movie for which Elizabeth Taylor won her second Oscar for Best Actress.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Suddenly Last Summer
Sweet Bird of Youth

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Question 8:

Elizabeth Taylor was married on December 4, 1976 to this gentleman who became the Senator from Virginia.
Trent Lott
Bill Bradley
Jesse Helms
John Warner

Question 9:

Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson played Leslie and Bick Benedict in a sprawling modern day western based on Edna Ferber's book, 'Giant'. This movie also featured a young handyman named Jett Rink, played by a young actor who was the first actor to be nominated posthumously for an Academy Award. Who was this actor that was 'to fast to live and to young to die'?
Freddie Prinze
Brandon Lee
James Dean
Nick Adams

Question 10:

After the death of her good friend Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor helped set up the foundation amFAR. What disease does amFAR helps combat?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


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