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Dominic Dirupo 5 years ago
The zest that Richard Burton brings is offset by the utter lunacy of Liz Taylor
Austin 7 years ago
I can appreciate some aspects of it, but other than that it's middle of the road.
Hannah Proctor 8 years ago
Elizabeth Taylor is psycho in this movie.
Lauren over 2 years ago
Commons 3 years ago
Sven Delarivière almost 6 years ago
biak almost 7 years ago
The Taming of the Shrew (Italian: La Bisbetica domata) is a 1967 film based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare about a courtship between two strong-willed people. The film was directed by Franco Zeffirelli and stars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton as Shakespeare's Kate and Petruchio. Baptista Minola (Michael Hordern) is attempting to marry off his two daughters; however, he will only marry his youngest, Bianca (Natasha Pyne), if someone will marry his eldest, Katharina (Elizabeth Taylor). Katharina is an ill-tempered shrewish woman but a lusty young nobleman, Petruchio (Richard Burton), takes on the challenge of taming and marrying her. A subplot involves the wooing of Bianca by several suitors including handsome Lucentio (Michael York), foppish Hortensio (Victor Spinetti), and elderly Gremio (Alan Webb). The film cuts much of the original dialogue, but allows more characterization. For example, much of the subplot of Lucentio and Bianca is cut, while more...
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