DEBORAH KERR – A&E Biography narrated by Irish actress Dearbhla Molloy. Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation K Kalayan Hits | Lyricist K Kalyan || Kannada Film Hits || Jukebox | K Kalyan Super Hit SongsAmerican Authors – LIFT Intro: American Authors (VEVO LIFT) 43 thoughts on “DEBORAH KERR – A&E Biography narrated by Irish actress Dearbhla Molloy.” Can someone please download the 2 scenes from An Affair To Remember the winter must be cold with no those with no warm memories and all I can say was hello please Reply I love Deborah Kerr. After Gina Lollobrigida, she's my favourite female celebrity. Reply Black Narcissus is a Masterpiece… she is fantastic in that Movie. From Here to Eternity, The King and I, An Affair to Remember, Heaven Knows Mr Allison, Separate Tables, The Innocents… she was so wonderful in all those Movies! I want to see her in The Sundowners. Deborah Kerr was an amazing Actress! Reply A beautiful woman, and a true lady. Reply Born with natural ClassAn inspiration to watch Reply She was a class act Reply It is understandable that someone with a sense of privacy would excel in a career that enables them to explore their feelings without having to be thought of as what they are made of in their mind. She was wonderful. It woukd be interesting to see clips of outtakes of her films to see what did not make it to the screen. Reply Wonderfull stuff! A beautifull lady indeed. And a fantastic actress. The Innocents was a fantastic movie. I could never understand why she was not nominated for an oscar for that movie. Black Narcissus was another great movie. Imagine how the school bullies felt when she became so famous! Reply What a stunning actress. So talented. Reply THE SUNDOWNERS A GREAT PICTURE AND HEAVEN KNOWS MR ALLISON. BOB MITCHUM Reply Shrapnel….. a great name! Reply Great lady, wonderful actress and my very dear friend for 30 years ,i miss you Deborah Reply I always wanted Deborah Kerr and Grace Kelly as sisters in a movie together. They are similar enough to be believable and different enough to be interesting. Reply I really don't know why Hollywood had to typecast absolutely everyone. Seems like that's all they knew how to do, boring everyone to tears. Good for Deborah she broke out, she was way too talented to endure being typecast forever. Reply A wonderful actress, of course, and so versatile but I take a strong exception to her contention that pornography is OK unless it is gratuitous. Surely all of that muck is so. I cannot understand her on this point and so I am awarding a thumbs down – sorry…. Reply Linda mujer y una actriz super talentosa ,me gustan mucho sus peliculas Las minas del rey Salomon , El prisionero de Zenda ,Tu y yo, El rey y yo, De aqui a la eternidad y muchas mas Reply A true English Rose. A very graceful and elegant woman with an understated beauty. Its so refreshing to see an actress from that era not caked in make up unlike other starlets. She was a very versitile actress too. Reply Some say that when we get to Heaven, we get to choose what our eternity will be.If so, I will choose to spend eternity with Deborah Kerr in Tea and Sympathy's final scene.Second choice would be at Nicky's grandmother's house in France from Affair To Remember. Reply A timeless talent & beauty… I watched this video after having just watched The Innocents (1961) for the 2nd time. Why she wasn't nominated for an Academy Award for the role in that film I can't imagine. She pretty much carried the whole film, and her portrayal of the character's descent from naive vicar's daughter to virtually a mad woman was absolutely extraordinary. Reply I loved this. Thank you. My mother loved Deborah Kerr. Reply Deborah Kerr was a very sexy woman in every way! Where can we find someone like her? Reply 32:15 mark I guess that was acceptable behaviour in the 50s. Reply Quite a versatile actress. Reply I'd always heard she fought like hell to get that role in "From Here to Eternity." Reply I love Deborah Kerr. Her warmth comes through her films. My two favorites are An Affair to Remember and the Sundowners. Reply 😪WHO DOESN'T LOVE THIS WOMAN OF SUCH BEAUTY……I DO LOVE DEBBIE KERR SINCE "AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER" &NOW STILL. HERE TO YOU 💖DEBBIE KERR💖YOU WILL ALWAYS BE BEAUTIFUL TO ME😎! Reply Great actress but I never thought she was a great beauty. Reply Wonderful memories sitting in the salvation army hall in Holland on wooden benches watching the king and her dancing, will never forget the joy I got out of that as a little girl, she was just magic! As it was in English the dutch subtitles had to be read and I could at that age so made it even more magic! Reply I can't take my eyes of her daughter. What a similarity! Reply The actor in " Major Barbara " who assaulted DC's charactor looked very much like Robert Newton. Reply 👠👠👠DEBORAH KERR HAS TO BE ONE OF THE VERY BEST ACTRESSES EVER 👒👒👒WONDERFUL IN ALL HER MANY GREAT MOVIES 👒👒👒NOVEMBER 2016 😊😊😊 Reply Separate Tables is a really great film. Reply What a beautiful actress…. Once in a lifetime person!!!! Reply Loved her in 'Chalk Garden'… and so many others Reply It is funny how these stars wanted to do "serious " movies when now they are mostly watched on their big costume dramas. Reply Ms. Kerr, your films have truly made my life a happy one. I will always miss you from the bottom of my heart. Reply Heaven Knows Mr Allison Reply p p p p. ''. p. pop. – p. p p. p. p. pop. pop p. pop PPP p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p p. p. p p. p pop p p. p. p. p. p. p p. PPP. PPP. '. ''. '. ''. ''' '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. ' '. '. Reply I'm surprised that the 1951 movie Quo Vadis wasn't mentioned. Robert Taylor was her co-star. Reply the innocents yes… she was amazing in all her roles…loved to have seen her in black hair Reply I saw The King and I when I was 13 and was enchanted by it, I have now seen it many, many times and have the DVD three times. Deborah Kerr had the most moving voice and a lovely face, I hero worshiped her from then on because she was so totally lovely, I'm now 72 and still think she was delightful Reply She seemed a fine actress, but I was never a fan. For some reason I was never excited about seeing one of her films. Reply I first saw her in "Affair to Remember" and then in "The King and I" Thanks to YouTube I've seen her in others; i never realized she was such a versatile actor. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.