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Second marriage, Page 2

Articles about Deborah’s life after 1060: Her divorce, her marriage to Peter Viertel, her life in Switzerland and Marbella and her late years adn death.

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The Nights and Days of the Iguana p.V

Fifth and final part of Deborah’s journal on the shooting of Night of the Iguana. She recalls an accident on the set and JFK assesination, which occured during the filming of the movie.

I must thank Lisa for the hundreth time for sharing this wonderful insight on Deborah’s work and mind. It was a pleasure to read!

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What does a woman do?

Violet shares this sort-of melodramatic piece on Deborah having to choose between Tony and Peter. Thank you!

Deborah Kerr with her husband and his daughter at Costa del Sol
Deborah Kerr with her husband and his daughter at Costa del Sol
Deborah Kerr with her husband and his daughter at Costa del Sol

Deborah, Peter and her daughter at Costa del Sol

Translation from Spanish magazine. Deborah has a little chat with a Spanish reporter in her home in Marbella where she was staying with Peter and Francesca.

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My Oscar will remain in Spain (translation)

After receiving her honorary Academy Award, Deborah talks with some journalists from her house in Marbella.

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Bravely Battles Parkinson's

Peter Viertel talks to Enquire reporter about Deborah’s health. This time, we thank Lisa for her contribution. Thank you!

Mandatory Walk Out

Translation from Spanish article “Salida Obligada”: Short article on Deborah’s visit to a clinic in Marbella after damaging her hand. Thank you Faith!

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Mi Óscar se quedará en España (1994)

Deborah, después de recibir el Óscar por todo su carrera, habla desde su casa en Marbella. Gracias, Faith!

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Wobbly, But not Drunk

When she developed Parkinson’s disease in her early 70s, actress Deborah Kerr had to get used to the unpredictable side-effects of her medication. But she has learnt to see the funny side of her affliction. Thank you Faith!