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Deborah y Peter

La tranquila vida de una gran dama (1991)

Deborah es entrevistada en Marbella sobre su vida. – Muchas gracias Faith por el artículo! Thank you Faith for the scan!

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Nobody Whistles at a Lady (1949)

After a short period in Hollywood, Deborah talks about her best qualities, her fears of being type casted and her wish to perform till her very last years.

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Deborah Kerr - Triunfo
Deborah Kerr and a camera

Deborah and Lucía (1958) – Translation

Deborah Kerr – on her third trip to Spain – is spending a few days with her friends Luís Miguel and Lucía Bosé. Being a bullfighting “aficionada” – she describes herself as “Dominguista -, Deborah won’t miss the even in Ventas bullfighting arena where her idol will perform among other bullfighting masters.
English translation of Spanish article from Triunfo magazine (1958).

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Though They Often Have Separate Tables Deborah Kerr and Peter Viertel May Last from Here to You Know Where

People magazine had an article on Deborah and Peter in 1979. Thank you Mary for finding it for us! (And I’m sorry I forgot to post it sooner!)

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El Retiro de la gran dama de Hollywood (1989)

La mítica actriz Deborah Kerr, que aportó al cine norteamericano su personal y elegante estilo británico, vive ahora en Marbella retirada, casi por completo, de los platós cinematográficos.

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Still a Star at 80

Larisa found this article that comes from The Powell & Pressburger Pages where they praise a soon-to-be-80 year-old Deborah.

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A Star is Born – Times Magazine

Deborah made it to the Time Magazine cover while “The Hucksters” was being promoted by MGM. This article was a nice find from larisa. Thank you!

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Deborah Kerr - Ondas 1974
Deborah and Peter

Deborah Kerr: Una gran dama (1974)

Entrevista con Deborah en Londres en 1974 cuando estrenaba una obra. Según el autor, “La Dama de Dervis” pero este artículo tiene tantas incorrecciones que la obra en cuestión puede ser cualquiera. Por la fecha imagino que se refieres a “Seascape”. Curioso también el detalle del periodista que insiste en que Deborah ¡debe retirarse! Además de mal informado, bastante impertinente.