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Elizabeth Taylor in All Her Beauty: A Colorized Photo from 1956

A breathtaking colorized photo of Elizabeth Taylor in 1956 shows her seductive beauty at the age of 24. Get a glimpse of the iconic actress in all her glory with this stunning portrait.
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Elizabeth Taylor was certainly known for her stunning beauty (if not her proclivity to collect ex-husbands). This colorized photo of her shows a seductive pose in 1956 at the age of 24.

Elizabeth Taylor in 1956

Source: Reddit user malakon

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