Grab a drink and join in as we dig into the twisted relationships at the core of podcast favorite Mike Nichols's 1966 directorial debut: an adaptation of Edward Albee's Tony Award-winning play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, starring real-life couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Join in as we discuss the reception to the movie and the play, the Catholic Legion, and the many loves of Elizabeth Taylor.
Plus: What words almost got this movie banned? How did the story change when it was adapted to the screen? And why was that roadhouse owner continuing to give them drinks?
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