Remembering Deborah (September 30, 1921 – October 16, 2007)

A sentimental, nostalgic journey through Deborah’s career:
– from her last roles: The Assam Garden, A Woman of Substance, Hold the Dream, Reunion at Fairborough, Witness for the Prosecution, A Song at Twilight
– to the debut of her career: Major Barbara, Love on the Dole, Penn of Pennsylvania, Hatter’s Castle, The Day Will Dawn, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Vacation from Marriage, I See a Dark Stranger
– and going through all those roles in between: Black Narcissus, The Hucksters, If Winter Comes, Edward My Son, Please Believe Me, King Solomon’s Mines, Quo Vadis, Thunder in the East, The Prisoner of Zenda, Dream Wife, From Here to Eternity, The Arrangement, The Gypsy Moths, Eye of the Devil, The Night of the Iguana, The Chalk Garden, The Innocents, The Naked Edge, The Grass Is Greener, The Sundowners, Beloved Infidel, The Journey, Separate Tables, Bonjour Tristesse, An Affair to Remember, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, Tea and Sympathy, The King and I, The Proud and Profane, The End of the Affair.

PLEASE VOTE for The Assam Garden, Deborah’s last feature film, to be restored by the BFI http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/features/vote-rescue-forgotten-british-film
Vote open until March 11, 2016
The film today is practically impossible to find and it amply deserves to be restored and made available to watch for all cinema lovers. It is a touching story and it shows Deborah Kerr in a very different and strong role, that also emphasizes her acting range and artistic sensibility.
I hope you’ll enjoy watching a short video preview of this wonderful film.