Witness Elizabeth Taylor’s astonishing transformation from precocious child star to coltish ingénue to breath-taking, self-assured leading lady in this captivating collection of five of her films. CYNTHIA (1947) 15 year-old Elizabeth Taylor leaves behind her child star persona to play a lovely woman on the cusp of womanhood. CONSPIRATOR (1949) 17 year-old Elizabeth Taylor is joined by Robert Taylor in this atmospheric, early cold war spy thriller. LOVE IS BETTER THAN EVER (1952) Taylor makes her screen transition from junior miss to romantic ingenue in this frolic directed by Stanley Donen (Singin’ in the Rain). THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING (1953) Now 21, Taylor packs power and pulchritude playing a pouty Kentucky belle with a penchant for bourbon and dangerous liaisons. RHAPSODY (1954) Taylor strives for sweet harmony as a privileged young woman who must choose between the two musicians she loves. Charles Vidor directs.
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