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DEBORAH KERR - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 1975 - HFSID 288017

DEBORAH KERRThe actress who starred in The Sundowners signed this handwritten letter to a friend asking her to call so they can chat Autograph Letter signed: "Deborah", on a picture post card, 5½x3½. Postmarked U.S. Postal Service, August 11, 1975. Addressed to Laura Stuart, New York, New York.

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DEBORAH KERRThe actress who starred in The Sundowners signed this handwritten letter to a friend asking her to call so they can chat Autograph Letter signed: "Deborah", on a picture post card, 5½x3½. Postmarked U.S. Postal Service, August 11, 1975. Addressed to Laura Stuart, New York, New York. In Full: "Laura darling - So happy to get your letter & all your news! But SAD you can't be with ME! We rehearse Sept 12th & open here October 22nd. It's all wild - but I am excited! Number is okay. DO call. We can at least chat!" Written on a picture post card with a photograph showing a group of surfers in the water and is labeled Surfing at Malibu. Deborah Kerr (1921-2007)trained as a classical ballerina, but soon discovered that she was more interested in drama and began playing minor roles in Shakespearean productions. She starred in two Broadway productions, including Tea and Sympathy (1953-1955). Kerr, who made her film debut in Major Barbara (1941), typically played reserved, well-bred ladies. On the strength of her sensitive portrayal of a nun in Black Narcissus (1947), she was brought to Hollywood to play the lead opposite Clark Gable in The Hucksters the same year. Kerr was nominated for the Best Actress Oscar six times from 1950 to 1961, but never won one. In 1994, she received an Honorary Award from the Academy. Her most notable films include The King and I (1956) and From Here to Eternity (1953). Corners slightly worn. Postmark shows through to photograph on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.

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