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Tea and Sympathy (1956)

“He was extremly sensitive to the subject… The only thing that might have diffused it a little was that his great talent for making movies beautiful pictorially might have softened it and lushed it up a little.” – Deborah Kerr about Vincente Minnelli (28.02.1903 – 25.07.1986)

Deborah Kerr


“I suppose the part nearest to me is Laura Reynolds in Tea and Sympathy. Of course Bob Anderson didn’t know that, but he wrote Laura Reynolds and Laura Reynolds happened to be me. 56 more words

Deborah Kerr

Tea and Sympathy

One of my friends and I spent a pleasant Valentine’s Day afternoon going downtown to the Chelsea/West Village area to avoid homework, because that’s all I seem to be doing these days. 852 more words

Restaurants


Tea and Sympathy – theatre (1953)

“The most satisfying thing in the theatre at the climax of a serious play is not applause but that awed silence that comes when the audience is deeply moved. 239 more words

Deborah Kerr


“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

Mine


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

Mine


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

Mine