Deborah Kerr is one of my favourite actresses from the classic film era, and I want to hold this blogathon to celebrate Deborah and her films. I do hope that you can all join me to pay tribute to this very talented lady.
Deborah Kerr was born Deborah Jane Kerr- Trimmer, in Glasgow, on the 30th of September, 1921. She would go on to become one of the most beloved and famous actresses of her day, and she worked in both English and American films. On screen she was the epitome of an English rose.
For this blogathon you can write about any of the films and TV series that she appeared in. You can write about her entire career. You can write a tribute to her. You can write about your favourite Deborah Kerr characters and performances. If you ever met or corresponded with her, then you can write about that experience too.
You can write more than one post if you want to. Previously published posts are very welcome. I will accept two duplicate posts per screen title.
The blogathon will be held on the 30th of September, 2018. Please post your entries on or before this date.
Let me know below what you want to write about. Please take one of the banners and put it on your site somewhere to help promote the event. Check the participation list below to see who is writing about what.
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films: Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison & Four Essential Deborah Kerr Performances
Poppity: Black Narcissus
Caftan Woman: Reunion At Fairborough
Anybody Got A Match: The Hucksters
Musings Of A Classic Film Addict: Tea and Sympathy
The Stop Button: Separate Tables
Old Hollywood Films: The Grass Is Greener
Silver Screen Classics: The Night Of The Iguana
Whimsically Classic: From Here To Eternity
Pop Culture Reverie: Tea And Sympathy
The Wonderful World Of Cinema: Separate Tables
Palewriter2: An Affair To Remember & The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp
MovieRob: Edward My Son
Critica Retro: Vacation From Marriage
Diary Of A Movie Maniac: The End Of The Affair & Beloved Infidel
Lady Eve’s Reel Life: The Innocents
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: The films of Deborah Kerr