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    Deborah models the 1942 utility dress.

    Vintage  fashion and beauty archive “Glamour Daze” found this article from 1942 in which a very young Deborah models the “utility dress” for the UK women. I’ve included the pictures here but you should visit their website for the whole article. It’s an interesting read.  

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    Ahá!!!

    Guess what? I didn’t kill the site! All articles are back  – with comments and all! – and I successfully migrated the gallery to the new host too: Didn’t lose one pic. I feel so accomplished. Totally random, I know, but gosh, it feels good. Think I’m good on this server/host for five more years or so. Let’s celebrate!

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    For me, happiness begins in Klosters.

    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?

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    When Love Can't Wait

    Deborah is a woman in love, and despite the warnings, she will go ahead with her marriage unless something unexpected comes up. Because when a woman laves deeply and truly, lave can't wait, even if it means hurting some people in order to be with the man you love.

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    Articles written by Deborah,  Family Life

    Love, Marriage and Me

    By Deborah Kerr (as told to Dick Richards) – Picturegoer, Sept. 22nd 1956 If anyone believes that love and marriage have no special significance or lasting influence on a person’s life and is seeking an argument, then I’m hotly in favour of having one! For, without the love and security – spiritual, not material-that has come from my eleven-year marriage to Tony Bartley, there would be no Deborah Kerr. Or, at least, she would be a very different and incomplete Deborah Kerr. She would certainly not be as pleasant and understanding a person as I hope she is now. Even more certainly, she would not be as good an actress…