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“I adore not being me. I’m not very good at being me. That’s why I adore acting so much. But in most of the movies I suppose I am me. 21 more words


Deborah, in a letter to Vincente Minnelli, anticipating their work together in Tea and Sympathy:

“It needs a sensitive and compassionate person to make it — and that is why I am so thrilled at the prospect of your doing it. 28 more words


Tea and Sympathy (1956)

“Deborah Kerr used to call us H.B.’s, which means ‘horny bastards’. She’d say, ‘OK, all you H.B.’s, come on…’ She would say things like that but she was so regal and wonderful. 57 more words


Today’s birthday: Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998)
“I love Deborah. She’s a marvellous lady, a good friend and and absolutely brilliant actress.” (Frank Sinatra) 36 more words


12 British-inspired places in NYC to make Will and Kate feel at home

MANHATTAN (PIX11) — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may be thousands of miles from Kensington Palace, but luckily for them, New York City has plenty British-inspired shops and restaurants to make them feel more at home. 480 more words


Deborah vs the critics

When she was on tour with Tea and Sympathy, the reviews were more than enthusiastic, with one exception. Hal Humphreys from The Cincinnati Times-Star reported the following conversation with Miss Kerr: 47 more words