To truly know and understand Elizabeth Taylor, we must start from the beginning.Elizabeth’s ambitious spirit was unmistakable early in life. The relationship with her parents and the push into the glamour and prestige of Hollywood collided with the reality of a male-dominated business – one that was more interested in making Taylor a product, than the person she knew herself to be.Still, Elizabeth was different. She found ways to escape the pressures of Hollywood, define who she was, and discover what mattered. She developed an early confidence in herself - an intuition that would guide her, as she transformed into a star. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Samantha and Kristen are honoring the most beautiful woman in Old Hollywood (feel free to debate), Elizabeth Taylor. The pair go through their top three favorite Liz features, discuss how Taylor was underestimated, and Samantha reveals a shocking secret! What Liz movies did we forget to include?Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to our Patreon, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube channels! We also have a shiny new website you can visit now!This episode created thanks to our Patrons:Peter BryantAnn FosterJacob HallerLaura NeillChristine MierDavid FloydPeter DawsonJeffreyDannyFuckbois of LiteratureChristina LaneSofia CopilledRosaMcFDonna HillCat CooperHarry HollandLora StockerJennifer Hill
Hollywood’s first million-dollar star, Elizabeth Taylor was the definition of the word “icon.” In her conversations with David Frost, she discussed the abusive control of movie studios, her eight marriages, and the difficulties of transitioning from child actress to bombshell starlet.
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Today on Sonosphere we feature Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield aka Black Swan in the vocal concert tradition of late 19th century America. We will hear from Professor Adam Gustafson who has written about Greenfield as America’s first black pop star for The Conversation an academic journal and is a professor of music at Penn State. We talk about the Greenfield’s early life and rise in the operatic and pop scene in the 19th century. Get the track list and more info at www.sonospherepodcast.com