While filming “The Blue Bird” in Russia, Elizabeth Taylor posed for the People cover, and the photographer was Milton Greene. He had Taylor seated on the throne of Peter the Great of Russia at the Hermitage Museum, without official permission, and after the KGB escort left the room he began struggling to create a portable strobe. It was not only dangerous but also freezing and Taylor famously said: “Milti, for Christ’s sake, take the f… ing picture!!!”…

While filming “The Blue Bird” in Russia, Elizabeth Taylor posed for the People cover, and the photographer was Milton Greene. He had Taylor seated on the throne of Peter the Great of Russia at the.

vintagegal: Elizabeth Taylor in a promotional photo for Giant (1956)

Elizabeth photographed on the set of "Giant" The location for the film was Marfa, Texas. Director George Stevens reportedly encouraged the population of the town to come visit the set. Those who did so, recalled Elizabeth to be very kind and gracious.

Photographs are Brand New, Matte Prints or Glossy on photo paper with white borders. Photos come from a professional lab (no inkjet, no laserjet) for beautiful quality black and white or color images.

photo candid Elizabeth Taylor and son behind the scenes 1454-04

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