ELIZABETH TAYLOR GOT HER 1960 AWARD FOR CHEATING DEATH and OTHERS!

WINNER Best Actress 1960 ELIZABETH TAYLOR 1932 - 2011 BUTTERFIELD 8

WINNER Best Actress 1960
ELIZABETH TAYLOR
1932 – 2011
BUTTERFIELD 8

ELIZABETH TAYLOR won BEST ACTRESS 1960 because she almost died while the HOLLYWOOD community had been DUMPING ON HER for

(Left) ELIZABETH TAYLOR (Center) EDDIE FISHER (Right)  DEBBIE REYNOLDS

(Left) ELIZABETH TAYLOR
(Center) EDDIE FISHER
(Right) DEBBIE REYNOLDS

STEALING EDDIE FISHER AWAY FROM DEBBIE REYNOLDS. DEBORAH KERR deserved the ACADEMY AWARD 1960 for her dazzling performance in THE SUNDOWNERS but they didn’t like Deborah Kerr for a couple of reasons. WATCH THIS!

BARBARA STANWYCK DESERVED AN ACADEMY AWARD!

 BARBARA STANWYCK should have won at least 2 ACADEMY AWARDS for BEST ACTRESS in her career but WAS PREVENTED FROM WINNING because the CHARACTERS SHE PORTRAYED went against THE MORAL CODE of HOLLYWOOD PRODUCTIONS. NO AWARDS FOR ACTRESSES WHO PLAYED MURDERERS, PROSTITUTES OR WHO LOVED THE WRONG RACE. THAT WRONG SHALL BE MADE RIGHT AT DeOSCARIZE.WORDPRESS.COM WATCH THIS!

ELVIS’ DIRECTOR DeOSARIZED FOR THE PUBLIC ENEMY

NORMAN TAUROG is the YOUNGEST PERSON to win a Best Director ACADEMY AWARD for a move called SKIPPY for some reason NOMINATED Best Picture 1931. It also featured 9 year-old JACKIE COOPER also the YOUNGEST PERSON to be NOMINATED Best Actor 1931. NORMAN TAUROG won his Best Director award because of the performance he got out of Jackie Cooper. It’s HOW HE GOT THAT PERFORMANCE that I take issue with especially when THE ACADEMY SNUBS WILLIAM WELLMAN for Best Director of THE PUBLIC ENEMY the 8th GREATEST GANGSTER MOVIE OF ALL TIME! WATCH THIS AND SEE HOW ELVIS PRESLEY manager COLONEL TOM PARKER’S FAVOURITE DIRECTOR NORMAN TAUROG.