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“Monty, Elizabeth likes me, but she loves you,” Richard Burton is reported to have said to Clift.
Taylor insisted that Clift be cast in “Reflections in a Golden Eye.”
The book opens on the evening when Clift, driving home from a party, was in a terrible car accident.
For much of his life, Clift had health problems that caused him pain.
It will imbue you with renewed love and respect not only for Taylor and Clift but for your own friends.
Montgomery Clift, who was most likely gay, drank himself to death.
Yet, among film aficionados Eternity will always be slightly diminished as Montgomery Clift did not win.A History of the Oscar Powerhouse ‘From Here to Eternity’|Allen Barra|March 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Eleanor Clift on how Obama talked up his plan—and what Clinton feared.Bill Clinton and Obama Sell Obamacare at the Clinton Global Initiative|Eleanor Clift|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If he can move the nation, he can move Congress, writes Eleanor Clift.The Reluctant Salesman: How President Obama Can Win Enough Votes on Syria|Eleanor Clift|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Eleanor Clift and Josh Rogin go inside the shift—and assess the risks.How the Obama Administration Reversed Course on Syria Strikes|Eleanor Clift, Josh Rogin|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Through the influence of Clift he was elected a fellow of the Geological Society early in 1834.
We had been carried into a clift where there is a coastguard station; and the good men had come down and were helping us on shore.Modern Broods|Charlotte Mary Yonge
Clift; a light-headed person, easily roused and rendered foolishly excited.English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
Fust theah hosses got into a loco patch, an' one dawk night walked oveh a clift thinkin' it were thu aidge o' a sun crack.The Song of the Wolf|Frank Mayer
It shews a steep rocky clift next the sea, and off the very point are some rocks like spires.