Cuckoo4kitties shares another piece. This time Deborah and Peter discuss Tenessee Williams, adapting plays for the screen and the roles she would have liked playing from Tenessee’s plays. Thank you Lisa!
An amazing interview with Deborah, Peter and the Spanish bullfighter Miguel Dominguín where they discuss “duende” – talent, inspiration – bullfighting, the art of creation and inspiration.
I’ve had this one for weeks! But I forgot to make it public after I transcribed it. Shame on me. It’s part of Lisa – Cuckoo4kitties great articles collection.
Peter has built this chalet as a shelter to their love. The mountain and the silence surround it. To call Peter who is skiing down the hills nearby, Deborah uses a small trumpet. It’s time for work: She must study with him the script from her newest film. However, being in love, why not mix fun and work?
Peter Viertel escribe sobre su mujer, Deborah Kerr, en el número especial dedicado a la actriz de la revista española “Nickelodeon” en 1996.
Deborah has survived the studio system and the era of million-dollar epics… today, at 49, she is still full of talent and energy!
A kind contribution by Lisa – cuckoo4kitties
Blanketed by snow and sheltered by the exhilarating peaks of the Swiss Alps, the chalet of Deborah Kerr and her husband nestles amid an evergreen forest of the Engadine, near Klosters.
Peter and Deborah very much in love, in her home in Klosters one month before their wedding.
Deborah is a woman in love, and despite the warnings, she will go ahead with her marriage unless something unexpected comes up. Because when a woman laves deeply and truly, lave can’t wait, even if it means hurting some people in order to be with the man you love.
Deborah y su marido nos invitaron a pasar a su habitación uno o dos minutos para tomas unas fotos. Nos quedamos dos horas.
“Deborah and her husband invited us to their hotel room for a couple of minutes to snap a few pictures. But we stayed for two hours”
A lady and a cockeyed optimist By Raidie Harris It was nine Thanksgivings ago that I first met Deborah Kerr, and ever …