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Tribute to a Hollywood mum

By Mark Beaumont – October 26th, 2007: Bury Free Press She was a Hollywood legend to many, immortalised after roles in The King and I and her clinch in the surf with Burt Lancaster in From Here To Eternity, but to one Wattisfield woman, Golden Globe Award-winning actress Deborah Kerr was …

John Kerr Dies at 81.

John Kerr, who played the young boy who falls in love for Deborah’s character in Tea and Sympathy (both the film and …

She will be remembered

Deborah was the woman I hoped I could grow up to be: Intelligent, sensitive, talented and feminine without all the artifice. I am still far far away from that ideal but, well, there was only one Deborah Kerr.

Acera de la marina: Réquiem

El propio Peter aprovechó sus memorias para despedirse y explicar que vivir en Marbella «me proporciona la falsa sensación de confort que ahuyenta el conocimiento cada vez mayor de mi propia impermanencia». – Gracias agsmadrid por este artículo!

Remembering Deborah Kerr: From Here to Eternity

After Deborah’s passing, many were the writers that touched by her film and personal legacy, wrote a piece in memoriam. I received this beautiful one by mail from the author and I felt I had to share. Thank you so much Alexandra/Penny!

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.