This Throwback Thursday installment takes us back to a 1954 episode of American game show "What's My Line?," where the beautiful Elizabeth Taylor did her best impression of a Southern Belle. We bet you've never heard her do that before, so go ahead and check it out!
What's My Line? was an American panel game show that ran on the CBS Television Network from 1950 to 1967, and tasked the celebrity panelists to ask guest contestants some questions so they can determine their profession. In the final round, the panelists were blindfolded and had to guess who the celebrity mystery guest was, and should identify him or her by name.
In the episode below from 1954, the mystery guest was the lovely Elizabeth Taylor, who challenged the panelists with her charming Southern Belle impression:
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