People: Mar. 15, 1982

"Rwy'n dy gam di" (I love you, in Welsh) proclaimed Elizabeth Taylor, 50, arms outstretched, as she swept across the stage of London's Duke of York's Theater toward her two-time former husband Richard Burton, 56. Burton, who was giving a reading from Dylan Thomas, cooed back: "Say it again, my petal. Say it again." The lady complied, and lo, with all the eye-rolling gaucherie of a Groucho Marx-Margaret Dumont coupling, LizanDick were, gasp, together again. She was in London for the West End run of her Broadway hit The Little Foxes. At a lavish...

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