Translation from Spanish article “Salida Obligada”: Short article on Deborah’s visit to a clinic in Marbella after damaging her hand. Thank you Faith!
Deborah, después de recibir el Óscar por todo su carrera, habla desde su casa en Marbella. Gracias, Faith!
Deborah Kerr acudió a una clínica marbellí para una cura (1994). Thank you again, Faith!
When she developed Parkinson’s disease in her early 70s, actress Deborah Kerr had to get used to the unpredictable side-effects of her medication. But she has learnt to see the funny side of her affliction. Thank you Faith!
Translation of an interview for Spanish magazine Lecturas in 1991. Deborah and Peter talk a little about their lives from their house in Marbella. Thank you Faith!
Deborah es entrevistada en Marbella sobre su vida. – Muchas gracias Faith por el artículo! Thank you Faith for the scan!
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 Viertel writes about his wife, deborah Kerr, for a special edition of a Spanish magazine “Nickelodeón” in 1996.
Translation of the original Spanish article.
Peter Viertel escribe sobre su mujer, Deborah Kerr, en el número especial dedicado a la actriz de la revista española “Nickelodeon” en 1996.