Part of the “clippings series”: Articles of which I only have found random pages and are incomplete. [First page is missing] […] aristocratic features are dotfed with a hint of California freckles. When Clark Gable was originally introduced to her some months ago, he looked twice. He couldn’t believe her beauty the first time. “The most arresting thing about her,” he says, “is her constantly chang.ing expression.” This, in part, is due to her great acting ability, an ability so apparent in her British movies that American producers have been falling over themselves for the past two years in the rush to sign her. This year, M-G-M finally won the battle…
Deborah talks about her films one by one. This first part covers her beginnings in BBC radio at the late thirties, an extensive insight on Colonel Blimp and goes up to Perfect Strangers (1945).