Larisa found this article that comes from The Powell & Pressburger Pages where they praise a soon-to-be-80 year-old Deborah.
Deborah and peter in Biarritz in 1964. Spanish picture-article.
Artículo en imágenes sobre Deborah y Peter de vacaciones en Biarritz (España)
A melodramatic article on Deborah’s fight for custody of her daughters courtesy of the always lovely cuckoo4kitties. Thank you!
Entrevista con Deborah en Londres en 1974 cuando estrenaba una obra. Según el autor, “La Dama de Dervis” pero este artículo tiene tantas incorrecciones que la obra en cuestión puede ser cualquiera. Por la fecha imagino que se refieres a “Seascape”. Curioso también el detalle del periodista que insiste en que Deborah ¡debe retirarse! Además de mal informado, bastante impertinente.
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.
Cuckoo4kitties shares another piece. This time Deborah and Peter discuss Tenessee Williams, adapting plays for the screen and the roles she would have liked playing from Tenessee’s plays. Thank you Lisa!
An amazing interview with Deborah, Peter and the Spanish bullfighter Miguel Dominguín where they discuss “duende” – talent, inspiration – bullfighting, the art of creation and inspiration.
I’ve had this one for weeks! But I forgot to make it public after I transcribed it. Shame on me. It’s part of Lisa – Cuckoo4kitties great articles collection.
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.