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.
Translation of an interview for Spanish magazine ONDAS in February 1974. Deborah is a real Lady with a quite impertinent reporter who keeps reminding her of how old she is and how surprising he finds that she is still capable of performing. A real dumbass, if I may say so.
Third part of the interview. Deborah talks, among other many things, about the differences between theatre and cinema.
First part of the interwiew with Deborah. She discusses some of her films and working with some directors.
Spanish film director Jose Luis Garci interviews Deborah in her Marbellan home in 1995 for a special number of his magazine Nickelodeon dedicated to the actress. The interview is +30 pages long so I will translate it little by little.
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 writes about his wife, deborah Kerr, for a special edition of a Spanish magazine “Nickelodeón” in 1996.
Translation of the original Spanish article.
English translation of “Il Secondo Uomo di Deborah”.
The sophisticated English actress, known as exemplary wife and mother, has set her wedding date with Peter Viertel in July. But Kerr’s first husband doesn’t give up.
Deborah Kerr and her husband talk with some very persuasive journalists in their hotel room in Madrid. Translated from a 1970s Spanish article.