Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun (1951)

Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun (1951)

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"The combination of their beauty was staggering. Elizabeth was hypnotically beautiful – almost embarrassingly so. She was a perfect, voluptuous little doll. And those great violet eyes fringed by double lashes. But there was an enigmatic power and magnetism behind her looks which gave her beauty – and his – a sultry depth. One could see her as a goddess, mother, seductress, wife. One could see him as prince, saint, and madman." -Diana Lynn

"The combination of their beauty was staggering. Elizabeth was hypnotically beautiful – almost embarrassingly so. She was a perfect, voluptuous little doll. And those great violet eyes fringed by double lashes. But there was an enigmatic power and magnetism behind her looks which gave her beauty – and his – a sultry depth. One could see her as a goddess, mother, seductress, wife. One could see him as prince, saint, and madman." -Diana Lynn

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"I loved him deeply. He was my brother, my dearest friend." —Elizabeth Taylor

"You know how it is when you love somebody terribly but you can’t describe why? That’s how I love Bessie Mae [Elizabeth Taylor]."
Montgomery Clift

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Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift in A Place in the Sun

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Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in Raintree County (1957)

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Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in Raintree County (1957)

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A Place in the Sun (1951)

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Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, photographed by Peter Stackpole.
Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, photographed by Peter Stackpole.

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