Deborah participated in several radio shows in Hollywood. On December 17th 1950, she took part in Episode 7 of Tallulah Banhead’s weekly show as one of the cast members. She played Mary on this adaptation of the 1936 play “The Women” by Clare Boothe Luce.
Translation of a Spanish article and short interview with Deborah in her retirement in Marbella. She talks about the changes Hollywood went through after her retirement and her attachement to her Spanish home.
Larisa shares this article where we are introduced to an everyday Deborah. The woman behind the stardom and over it too!
Keeping up with vidding Deborah’s filmography (to my own surprise). This week’s Deborah fanvid: Separate Tables.
I have recently renewed my interest in video editing and I have decided to try and make a montage video (or fanvideo) of every film Deborah has ever appeared in. I love a good old challenge! This week’s Deborah fanvid: The Journey.
New biography is now available through amazon.com: Deborah Kerr: A Biography.
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!
Violet shares this sort-of melodramatic piece on Deborah having to choose between Tony and Peter. Thank you!
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”
Violet shares this remarkable piece where Deborah exposes her thoughts on what marriage should be about and the position of a woman in her house and in her man’s life. A very interesting read to put yourself in context with the time it was written. So many things have changed!