Elizabeth Taylor In Bond’s London

Rosamond Press

Two days ago, I discovered my kindred, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, made an album with John Barry who composed a James Bond theme. Liz is on the cover and recites a poem by Woodsworth. She also recites Pitt’s famous defense of America, and, the forming of a lasting bond. This renders Liz my ultimate muse. I dismiss the others for lack of enthusiasm. Liz created a Artistic Dynasty via Marriage Certificates. The art collector, Paul Melon, is in the Rosamond Family Tree, due to Liz’s marriage to John Warner. Her son, Christopher Wilding, married Aileen Getty, and thus is kin to Ian Fleming, who wanted Richard Burton to play Bond in the first movie.

This post is under construction. I have to sort out these videos. The first two introduced a powerful woman in the word Ian Fleming created. Music is very key to setting the mood and theme. The…

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