I needed a distraction and I needed a happier theme hence the silly results: Safari Deborah.
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.
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!
Violet shares this lovely piece with us where Deborah talks about being married to Tony and her life in Hollywood. Thank you very much!!!
Deborah opens her Pacific Palisades house to us. Thank you Faith! (And thank you Lisa for helping her out with these )
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).
Deborah Kerr stars in the radio play “Lady Pamela”. March 1953.
Deborah en la radio novela “Lady Pamela” de 1953.
Deborah tells us what she likes, hates, is afraid of, is proud of and most of all, that she loves ducks. Several times.
Beautiful “as a wildflower” with a wit as sharp as a thorn, Deborah Kerr has her own ideas, a will – and usually her own way.
A Lisa – Cuckoo4kitties contribution. Thank you! ^^
She has a rare spiritual beauty. But Deborah Kerr prefers to be known as the screen’s most versatile actress, not just t a “face”.
Unknown writter – 1940s