Elizabeth Taylor's New York Times Obituary Written From The Grave

by thelostboy
March 23, 2011 3:53 AM
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Interesting fact: My indieWIRE colleague Eric Kohn pointed out that The New York Times' obituary of the late, great Elizabeth Taylor was written by movie and theater critic Mel Gussow, who himself passed away six years ago. Which says something pretty interesting about media production...

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  • Nyaman | May 26, 2011 2:06 AMReply

    Elizabeth Taylor is the New York Times Obituary Written From The Grave, and great Elizabeth Taylor was written by movie and theater critic Mel Gussow.
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  • Karen Wiltshire | March 25, 2011 9:59 AMReply

    I just want to offer my deepest sympathy and condolences to all of Ms. Taylor's family and friends. She was a great lady and of course beautiful. I loved all of her movies. I am so sorry that what happened to her over the years and her health problems took her away. God must have needed another angel in heaven. And the best thing (if there could be such a thing), is that she is now at peace and totally healthy. Again, my deepest sympathies.

  • Trademark Litigation | March 25, 2011 8:59 AMReply

    The funeral service was delayed by 15 minutes because the star "even wanted to be late for her own funeral", according to a family representative.

    People magazine reports that Taylor's casket was draped with gardenias, violets, and lily of the valley.

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