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ELIZABETH TAYLOR TRIAD: 3 MOVIES: THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS - 1954 - FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND - 1951 - LIFE WITH FATHER - 1947 - RARE DVDS

ELIZABETH TAYLOR TRIAD: 3 MOVIES: THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS - 1954 - FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND - 1951 - LIFE WITH FATHER - 1947 - RARE DVDS
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- THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS - 1954

Director: Richard Brooks

Stars: Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon

Charles Wills returns to Paris to reminisce about the life he led there after it was liberated. He worked then for "Stars and Stripes" when he met both Marion and Helen Ellswirth. He soon married and was happy staying in Paris after his discharge. While working for a news organization, Charlie began to write the great novel that would come between him, his wife, and his daughter.



- FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND - 1951

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Stars: Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor

In this sequel to O Papai da Noiva (1950), Stanley Banks (Spencer Tracy) learns that his daughter Kay (Dame Elizabeth Taylor) is going to have a baby. When they get the news everyone except Stanley is overjoyed. His wife and grandmother-to-be Ellie (Joan Bennett) broadcasts it everywhere and all Stan can do is worry about the practical things like how his son-in-law Buckley Dunstan (Don Taylor) can afford it. Well, having not long ago paid for the wedding, Stanley has no intention of bearing any of the expenses involved. Buckley's parents and Ellie are overjoyed at the news and virtually take over redecorating the young couple's new house. Crisis and false alarms take over their lives and when the child is born, the only person he doesn't seem to like is Stanley. A walk in the park - and absolute panic when Stanley misplaces his grandson - seems to resolve the situation.



- LIFE WITH FATHER - 1947

Director: Michael Curtiz

Stars: William Powell, Irene Dunne, Elizabeth Taylor

In late nineteenth century New York City, a Wall Street broker likes to think his house runs his way, but finds himself constantly bemused at how much of what happens is down to his wife. His children are also stretching their wings, discovering girls and making money out of patent medicine selling. When it comes to light he has never been baptized and everyone starts insisting he must do so, it all starts to get a bit too much.