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Quote • CECIL BEATON • The Burtons

“I’ve always despised the Burtons for their vulgarity, commonness and crass bad taste. Richard Burton is as butch and coarse as only a Welshman can be. Elizabeth Taylor is everything … Continue reading

11/30/2017 · 8 Comments

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) | CineMuseFilms

A dystopian masterpiece where alternative facts and fake news are weapons to crush truth Source: Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) | CineMuseFilms

04/06/2017 · 2 Comments

The Lady’s Not for Burning, delightful astral delirium by Christopher Fry, starring Pamela Brown, John Gielgud, and Richard Burton, a radio performance for a Saturday, and for two wordsmiths in NY where the play made its USA premiere (1950)

BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD Pamela Brown by John Brinkworth 1949 (c) RADA; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation View original post

08/22/2015 · Leave a comment

Did You Know…? CHRISTOPHER FRY 18th December

Christopher Fry: Selected Plays Did you know that the late playwright Christopher Fry was born Christopher Harris in Bristol one hundred and seven years ago on 18 December 1907? He was … Continue reading

12/18/2014 · Leave a comment

Quote • Orson Welles and Richard Burton

Setting—A restaurant Richard Burton: “I have Elizabeth [Taylor] with me who so wants to meet you. May I bring her over to your table?” Orson Welles: “No. As you can … Continue reading

11/01/2014 · 4 Comments