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October 1, 1989 | JAMES GRANT, Grant is West Coast bureau chief of Life magazine.
"I had a great beauty. I say it with pride--no matter how sad it being gone," Elizabeth Taylor says wistfully. The 57-year-old legend picks up a glass of bourbon and downs it like a scared monster whose life is over. Taylor is rehearsing a scene from Tennessee Williams' provocative play "Sweet Bird of Youth," which NBC will televise at 9 tonight. Directed by Nicolas Roeg, the film also stars Mark Harmon, Rip Torn and Valerie Perrine.
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October 1, 1989 | JAMES GRANT, Grant is West Coast bureau chief of Life magazine.
"I had a great beauty. I say it with pride--no matter how sad it being gone," Elizabeth Taylor says wistfully. The 57-year-old legend picks up a glass of bourbon and downs it like a scared monster whose life is over. Taylor is rehearsing a scene from Tennessee Williams' provocative play "Sweet Bird of Youth," which NBC will televise at 9 tonight. Directed by Nicolas Roeg, the film also stars Mark Harmon, Rip Torn and Valerie Perrine.
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