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David Niven Says Bonjour Tristesse to Deborah Kerr

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on May 13, 2019

Jean Seberg and David Niven. Seventeen-year-old Cecile and her wealthy, widower father split their time between Paris and the French Riveria. Their goal in life is to have fun. The middle-aged Raymond (David Niven) woos young attractive women, keeps them around for a few months, and then discards t read more

THE DEBORAH KERR BLOGATHON: Reunion at Fairborough (1985)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Sep 30, 2018

Maddy Loves Her Classic Films and is celebrating Deborah Kerr on the occasion of her birthdate, September 30th, with a blogathon. Click HERE for the tributes to the actress whose name rhymes with star. There is joy in watching experts in their field. Skill and talent can be inspirational. There is read more

10 Things You May Not Know About Deborah Kerr

Classic Movie Man Posted by Stephen Reginald on Oct 5, 2017

10 Things You May Not Know About Deborah Kerr Deborah Kerr (1921 – 2007) is perhaps best remembered as portraying proper British ladies on the screen, but she had quite a range as an actress. She appeared in comedies, dramas, and musicals with ease. 1. Kerr first trained to be a ballet d read more

I See a Dark Stranger (1946) with Deborah Kerr and Trevor Howard

Classic Film Freak Posted by Orson De Welles on Jul 7, 2016

Share This! Some could say that 1946’s I See a Dark Stranger (released in the US as The Adventuress) is a gem in the rough.  And perhaps in some ways they’d be right, especially if they’re talking about the earlier portions of the film. Gluing the experience together is Deborah Kerr starring read more

The Making of an Anti-Damsel: Deborah Kerr in "Vacation from Marriage"

Caftan Woman Posted by Caftan Woman on Aug 16, 2015

Movies Silently and The Last Drive-In urge us to think of the "anti-damsel", empowered ladies of silent and classic film.  Here is where all the inspiring females hang out. It is not enough to say that Robert and Catherine Wilson, the lead characters in 1945s Vacation from Marriage, directed read more

Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant

Old Hollywood Films Posted by Amanda Garrett on Feb 27, 2015

Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr are one of old Hollywood's best screen teams thanks to their performances in the romantic classic, An Affair to Remember (1957). The duo made two other films together The Dream Wife (1953) and The Grass is Greener (1960).  Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr's first ons read more

Round 4 results: DORIS DAY edges DEBORAH KERR in a thrilling match, everything else is a blow-out

All Good Things Posted by monty on Mar 28, 2014

The Sweet Sixteen Round has come to a close and out of the 8 matches only one had any real drama. In one of the best matches all tourney so far, Doris Day and Deborah Kerr traded blows all week long with multiple lead changes to see Doris finally escape with a one vote win 38-37. In the other 50's read more

Deborah Kerr leads the charge in the first round of the 50's era brackets with a 41 vote win

All Good Things Posted by monty on Mar 5, 2014

  Deborah Kerr shouldn't be too shocked as she rolled to an easy win over Jennifer Jones Doris Day  69.84%  (44 votes)    Ann Miller  30.16%  (19 votes)        Marilyn Monroe  70.49%  read more

Classic Movie Legend Tribute: Deborah Kerr

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by minooallen on Sep 30, 2012

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Deborah Kerr, Born September 30, 1921! Deborah Kerr is not what one would call a household name. If you were to ask most people under the age of 50 who she is, well, you’d probably get nothing back but a blank stare. However, in the lexicon of movie history, read more

Deborah Kerr

Classic Cinema Gold Posted by Art on Sep 30, 2012

  Deborah Kerr (September 30, 1921 – October 16, 2007) was one of the most honored and awarded actresses in the history of film.     Kerr was nominated six times for the Academy Award for Best Actress: “Edward, My Son” (1949), “From Here to Eternity” (1953), read more

2012 tcm SUTS Blogathon Day 13: Deborah Kerr

ScribeHard on Film Posted by ScribeHard on Aug 13, 2012

It might be Day 13, but there’s no bad luck here!  The beautiful Deborah Kerr si today’s blogathon subject.  Enjoy! RD at The Movie Projector kicks things off with a look at Kerr in Vacation From Marriage. Next, take a ride with the Cinema Train as it rolls into the Himalayas for Black read more

Day 13: Deborah Kerr

Sittin' on a Backyard Fence Posted by Jill Blake on Aug 13, 2012

Today the TCM Summer Under the Stars spotlight is on the radiant Deborah Kerr. More to come! read more

Great On Screen Couples: Cary Grant & Deborah Kerr

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by monty on Feb 24, 2011

Ah the sweet pairings of Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr gave the three films they made together an air of sophistication. The little seen and underrated Dream Wife (1953) was their first film together and is a good romantic comedy which has Grant trying to romance a visiting foreign princess while try read more

Happy Birthday: Deborah Kerr!

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Sep 29, 2010

One of Deborah Kerr's first on screen performances was in the film, Hatter's Castle (1942), with Robert Newton and James Mason. The following year, she played three women in, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp. It was her role in Black Narcissus (1947) which caught the attention of Hollywood produ read more

God Speed Deborah Kerr (1921-2007)

Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog Posted by Google profile on Oct 27, 2007

About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. read more