There was a real fearlessness in her ... which, in Hollywood, perhaps didn't feel quite as prevalent. Now actors and actresses can bend the rules a lot. Back then, there didn't seem to be a rulebook, and there was some expectation in terms of how glamorous a woman should look. There is sort of a coolness and aloofness to the way (Elizabeth Taylor) would look in posed photographs. In candid snapshots, she was really quite soft, and she would really screw up her face. I do that as well.
Oh honey, I think she's clearly trying to channel me! (pics 3,4 & the last one)
Another one trying to steal my look... but nobody wears a towel on the head like I do!
Mods, please can we keep an eye out to see Kate Winslet's not hanging around...
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