The British Film Institute is offering to restore a deserving classic film and offer it to watch online and has asked the …
My, my, my… I have been out of the world lately. Turns out, Reunion at Fairborough is out on DVD. Finally! I …
Deborah’s day on TCM. All Deborah – All day!
New online article by site’s friend Penelope on Deborah’s cinematic legacy and the need to have a new author write her biography.
BFI retrospective on Deborah includes films that are not available on DVD or VHS. I have already planned my trip to London for my chance to see our girl on the big screen, what are you waiting for?
Larisa kindly shared this article ages ago – and I forgot to post it. Shame on me. Anyway, enjoy this short piece like the interviewers seemed to enjoy being in Deborah’s company during the run of “Tea and Sympathy”
Larisa shares this short piece on Deborah’s way to handle a successful career in Hollywood and stardom without losing her grace and manners. The writer, Peter Evans, is as fascinated by that as I am! Thank you Larisa!
Deborah was one busy bee in 1955 says Australian Magazine “Hollywood off the record”
Larisa found this article that comes from The Powell & Pressburger Pages where they praise a soon-to-be-80 year-old Deborah.
Dutch article written after her death which explores her filmography and her most relevant parts and virtues. This one comes kindly from my dear friend M. Thank you!