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).
Translation from Spanish magazine. Deborah has a little chat with a Spanish reporter in her home in Marbella where she was staying with Peter and Francesca.
After receiving her honorary Academy Award, Deborah talks with some journalists from her house in Marbella.
Translation from Spanish article “Salida Obligada”: Short article on Deborah’s visit to a clinic in Marbella after damaging her hand. 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 Kerr – on her third trip to Spain – is spending a few days with her friends Luís Miguel and Lucía Bosé. Being a bullfighting “aficionada” – she describes herself as “Dominguista -, Deborah won’t miss the even in Ventas bullfighting arena where her idol will perform among other bullfighting masters.
English translation of Spanish article from Triunfo magazine (1958).
Deborah’s retirement in her home in Marbella (Spain) – Translation into English of Spanish article “El retiro de una Gran Dama”
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Peter Viertel and Deborah are remembered in Marbella and have two streets named after them. I don’t know about you, but this article made me go all teary-eyed when I first read it.
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.