This Day in Film History (June 12)

This Day in Film History:

June 12

1963:
Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Rex Harrison star in 20th Century Fox's Cleopatra. Elizabeth Taylor becomes the first actress to earn $1 million for a film.

1981:
Raiders of the Lost Ark opens.

2003:
Brilliant as both villian (The Boys from Brazil, Moby Dick) and hero (To Kill a Mocking Bird), acting giant Gregory Peck dies in Los Angeles. The Oscar winner was 87. 

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