The big day has finally arrived! Today is the day that we all come together to discuss the life and career of the great Deborah Kerr.
Today is also special, because if she had still been with us, Deborah would have been celebrating her birthday today. Happy Birthday, Deborah. You are missed by classic film fans the world over.
A number of truly wonderful bloggers have penned reviews and articles about Deborah and her films. Thank you so much for joining me to celebrate Deborah Kerr.
Check back to this post throughout the day. I will be linking back to all the articles as they come in. Happy reading.
Palewriter2 starts the Deborah Kerr celebrations off. She shares her love for the romantic weepie An Affair To Remember. She also discusses Deborah’s three remarkable performances in The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp.
The Lady Eve’s Reel Life takes us on a frightening journey, as she discusses Deborah’s performance in the terrifying horror film The Innocents.
Critica Retro writes about the time that Deborah starred alongside Robert Donat, in the romantic War drama Perfect Strangers.
Musings Of A Classic Film Addict visits Deborah for some Tea And Sympathy.
The Stop Button discusses the hotel set drama Separate Tables.
Caftan Woman tells us all about Reunion At Fairborough, which was the final film that Deborah and Robert Mitchum worked on together.
Movie Rob discusses Deborah’s performance in Edward My Son.
Poppity Talks Classic Film shares her opinions about Black Narcissus.
Anybody Got A Match discusses The Hucksters, which was one of Deborah’s earlier films.
The Story Enthusiast tells us about the time Deborah joined Ava Gardner and Richard Burton for The Night Of The Iguana.
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies discusses a selection of Deborah Kerr’s films.