Sunday, July 29, 2012

Liz and Burton Love and Lost - Senior Singles

Liz and Burton Love and Lost - Senior Singles

Liz and Burton Love and Lost
Senior singles have you ever been in a long term relationship or marriage? When it ended,  said regretted the relationship. Wish I was never in relationship or marriage.  You would never do that again! As the time goes by you realize the relationship would never lasted but in your heart there are no regrets. Relationships and love have a common equalizer. All people regardless of position have  highs, lows and lost in romance and love. Before Brad Pitt and Angela Jolie there was Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Their love story had a worldwide theme Love and Loss.

Elizabeth Taylor (1932- 2011) duet citizen of England and USA. Married eight times having seven husbands. In my opinion her greatest love was Richard Burton.She married Burton twice. Richard Burton (1925-1984) born working class, Neath Port, Wales. He was the twelfth of thirteen children. In the 1940s he worked on stage and cinema in England. In the late 1940s critics claimed, “acting fire, manly bearing and good looks.” Burton’s first wife was a fellow actor Sybil Williams. They married in 1949 they had two children. He first met Elizabeth Taylor at a party. She was pregnant and then married to Michael Todd. Taylor’s second husband.

In l963 the production of Cleopatra starring Elizabeth Taylor. Richard Burton replaced Stephen Boyd as Mark Anthony. Up until that time Twentieth Century Fox’s Cleopatra was the most expensive film ever made and running over budget. Cleopatra was cut from six hours to four hours and was a box office success. Burton’s role as Mark Anthony paved the road to Burton’s success in Hollywood as a leading man. He remained among top 10 box-office earners for the next several years. Elizabeth Taylor was already Hollywood Royalty and a top box office earner.

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton fell in love during the production of Cleopatra. There was one small problem they were both married to other people. Burton was married to his first wife, Sybil Williams. Elizabeth Taylor was married to her fourth husband Eddie Fisher. They both divorced there respective spouses and married in 1964. The Vatican condemned their affair as “erotic vagrancy”.  The press had a never ending curiosity about their affair and marriage. Why not? Elizabeth Taylor was one of the most beautiful women in the world and one of the world most famous actresses. Richard Burton was hard drinking with a ruddy complexion. His voice was golden in a very manly Shakespearean way. Burton had alpha male presences. At the time, they were two of the most famous people in Hollywood. When they looked at each other there was fiery love and passion in their eyes. Burton lavished Elizabeth with jewelry. Famous were 33.19 carat Krupp Diamond and pear-shaped 69.42 carat Taylor-Burton Diamond. With all of the love, passion, comfort and beauty after a ten year of marriage they divorced in 1974.

Liz and Burton briefly remarried 1975 and divorced again in 1976. The public around the world could not get enough of Liz and Burton. Their affair made them top motion picture earners for several years. I question if the film, Cleopatra had not be made Liz and Burton may not have fallen in love.

Life is a roller coaster. During their affair and marriage the Burton's lived extravagantly all over the world, most beautiful couple in the world, and top Hollywood earners. It did not end well personally for them both after 1976. One of the many films they made together may have given an inside look into their marriage. Film made in 1966, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” Rumors, Richard Burton at one point or the other was supporting 42 family members. In 1976 Burton married Susan Hunt and ended in divorce in 1982. In 1983 Burton married his fourth wife Sally Hay. Richard Burton was a heavy drinker and smoker and died from a cerebral hemorrhage August 1984. In 1976 Elizabeth Taylor was no longer box office golden. She was famous for her beauty, marriages and old movies. She founded a successful perfume company and AIDS foundation charities. She married two more times and divorced. She died March 2011.

It does not matter if you are rich or poor all people are seeking companionship and love. Fiery passion romance coined,"heart over head." The fascination with celebrities is that there romances and marriage may mirror our own.

 Liz and Burton married in 1964 before online dating. They are both died. My guess is that they did not regret meeting and falling in love. Others have had love and lost relationships and marriages. Their old memories are dictating NO Regrets. Currently people are meeting at parties, bars, church and work places. Senior may not be looking a fiery romance or maybe you need the fire. Want the fire back or a long lasting simmering flame? Look into Senior  Dating Online local, national, international matchmaking based on compatibility.

 Love Can Be Better the 2nd Time Around!

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