Elizabeth Taylor, Screen Legend, Anti-AIDS Activist, Great Rack Possessor, Dies
Many are rememberingElizabeth Taylor
, who died today at 79, for her screen career, AIDS philanthropy, eight marriages, ravaging illnesses and being an enduring muse for the gossip media.
As well we should.
But we should also pause to mourn the loss of something else: an amazing rack. It was those violet eyes that drew us in when the then-12-year-old Taylor starred in National Velvet (1944), but after she developed . . . in the words of Adlai Stevenson, "Va-va-vooooom!"
Indeed, it can be confirmed that a retrospective photo spread of Dame Liz that appeared in, of all places, Reader's Digest helped at least one young Inland Empirian navigate puberty in the '70s.
That issue could not be located via quick Google search so you, too, could digest it. So, here are some random images to remind the world of the voluptuousness of one great broad.
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