Weekend Telegraph magazine - Elizabeth Taylor cover (15 July 1966)
Telegraph magazine - Elizabeth Taylor cover (15 July 1966) Good condition for age - tiny edge of top corner missing - yellowing to page edges
THE TAMING OF ELIZABETH TAYLOR - Zeffirelli, directing the Burtons in The Taming of the Shrew, is having no trouble getting lifelike performances. "Elizabeth can be pretty virulent," says Burton. Elizabeth says of Kate, her first Shakespeare part: "She gets her own way with everybody. It's marvellous for her when he outpoints her."
KING HUSSEIN OF JORDAN - Though many attempts have been made to assassinate King Hussein of Jordan, he has outlived his cousin Feisal's assassins, and, at 30, could be around longer than any other Arab leader, including his enemy Nasser. But Hussein will need all he has learnt in 13 years on the throne in the Arab crisis looming ahead
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