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The Days and Nights of the Iguana p.IV

Fourth post of Deborah’s diary for Esquire magazine. She recalls the shooting of The Night of the Iguana and her nervousnes at the difficult scene coming up and tells of a short piece of her character that was eventually cut from the final version. Again, thank a lot Lisa for sharing this jewel!

The Days and Nights of the Iguana p.III

Third part of the article where Deborah shares her thoughts while making “The Night of the Iguana” for Esquire Magazine. Deborah recalls the shooting of the scene with Ava and the beheading of the fish. Fun! Thank you Lisa!

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.

The Days and Nights of the Iguana p.II

Second part of the article cuckoo4kitties so kindly offered us. In this installement, Deborah recalls her first day of work on “The Night of the Iguana” and the, now famous, gift John Huston gave to all the actors in his movie.

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).

The Days and Nights of the Iguana (1964) I

Esquire magazine published Deborah’s own words while shooting “The Night of the Iguana”.

I will have to split this in two parts because it’s quite long. ^^ Lisa shared this article with us; something I truly appreciate since I had been trying to get a hold of that magazine for ages but I could neveer find anyone who’d sell it to someone in Spain. Thank you!

The War Hero Who Loved Cats (translation)

Peter Viertel and Deborah are remembered in Marbella and have two streets named after them. I don’t know about you, but this article made me go all teary-eyed when I first read it.