Elizabeth Taylor on “What’s My Line?” (1954)

Eliz­a­beth Tay­lor, a star for sev­en decades, died ear­li­er today of con­ges­tive heart fail­ure. She was 79 years old. To pay quick trib­ute, we’re high­light­ing Tay­lor’s 1954 appear­ance on “What’s My Line?,” the longest-run­ning game show in Amer­i­can tele­vi­sion his­to­ry (1950 — 1967). A good way to remem­ber Tay­lor – hav­ing a lit­tle fun in her prime.

The film men­tioned at the end of the scene – The Last Time I Saw Paris stars – also hap­pens to be avail­able at the Inter­net Archive for free. Enjoy

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Sal­vador Dali (and Oth­er VIPs) on “What’s My Line?”

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