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Some of the best pictures I've ever seen are of young Elizabeth Taylor. I can (and have) spent hours at a time looking at photos of her.

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Meryl Streep Academy Awards 1979 - a timeless actress, who doesn't concern herself with red-carpet fashion or talk shows

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On May 16th, 1990 the world lost a great innovator and creative mind, Jim Henson. To honor him there were two memorial services held.

On May 1990 the world lost a great innovator and creative mind, Jim Henson. To honor him there were two memorial services held. John the Divine on May just five days after Henson'.

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Jean Simmons is one of six women who has received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for a performance directed by her spouse, namely for The Happy Ending directed by Richard Brooks.

Peter Stackpole was one of the "original four" — the celebrated quartet of staff photographers (along with Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstaedt and Thomas McAvoy) on LIFE magazine's masthead at its launch in November 1936.  See more of his memorable images: http://ti.me/1mMD8Ni  (Peter Stackpole—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Peter Stackpole—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesActress Jeanne Crain balances a soap bubble on her index finger as she luxuriates in a bath in a scene from the 1946 movie, Margie. What do they use in movies to make all those long-lasting bubbles?

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