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Taylor Death #990552

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The life and career of legendary movie star Elizabeth Taylor, who died, reviewed; scenes shown of her sidewalk star in Los Angeles, from her TV appearance in 1967, her films over the decades, starting with "National Velvet," "Cleopatra" and her many husbands; details given about her AIDS work and her support of Michael Jackson. [Film critic Leonard MALTIN†- praises Taylor; comments on her marriages.] [On "60 Minutes," husband Richard BURTON - comments.] [In '92, with Johnny Carson and on "Today," TAYLOR - talks about her health problems and AIDS.]
Couric, Katie

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