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“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


“She is an actress of immaculate delicacy and a woman who is kind, sensitive, wise, funny and very bright. No one could help falling in love with her.” (Elia Kazan, who directed Deborah in the stage production of Tea and Sympathy)


MOVIE REVIEW | Tea and Sympathy (1956)

“Manliness is not all swagger and mountain climbing. It’s also tenderness.”

A movie called Tea and Sympathy, made in 1956.  I don’t know about you, but for me, that conjures up certain preconceptions.   534 more words

Tea and Sympathy

“It was a coming together of a part and an actress, just my philosophy in life, my feelings about life, everything. I think that’s why I was so good. 65 more words