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Deborah Kerr

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  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Jan. 21, 1960

     
    A Little Story with a Big Schnozzola Some newspaper reporters are frantic. They run around chasing the big story all the time. But I’m too old for that. What I do, I run around chasing little stories. They’re easier to catch. And when you boil them...
  • Oscar quiz: Which gals did naughty Golden Boy jilt the most?

     
    Two of these stars below are tied for suffering the most Oscar snubs among actresses: six defeats, no wins. Can you name them? To see the answer, click the "Continue Reading" link underneath the photos. ANSWER: Deborah Kerr and Thelma Ritter. Oscarless...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Precious' metal could be gold | 'From Here to Eternity' lives on | AFI Fest honors new filmmakers

     
    • Dave Karger thinks "Precious" has a shot at landing at least five Oscar nods -- best picture, director, actress, supporting actress and screenplay. And he thinks, "Once people get past the strange concept of [Mariah] Carey as an Oscar contender,...
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movie Columnist

     
    Dec. 11, 1948: Deborah Kerr has gone to New York to do a final scene for "Edward My Son." It could not be shot here because Ian Hunter, who appears in the scene, can't leave his Broadway play. ”Strippers of the Purple Sage?” Are you serious?...
  • Admit it. Carey Mulligan reminds you of Audrey Hepburn.

     
    When discussing this weekend's opening of "An Education" with my Envelope colleague Paul Sheehan, he said something worth repeating ??? and illustrating pictorially. "Admit it!" he roared. "What's the first thing you thought of when you heard about this...
  • Women in Film

    I know, I know, this is really just a blatant rip-off of the WOMEN IN ART viral video.  But it's still really good.  Below are the women depicted in the video. Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Gloria Swanson, Marlene Dietrich, Norma Shearer, Ruth Chatterton,...
  • Will babe factor help Kate Winslet beat Meryl Streep?

    "It wasn't calculated! I swear! You must believe me!" Kate Winslet gasped to Gold Derby late last year as we discussed her recent photo shoot with Vanity Fair. That bawdy gig had been a perfect way for her to begin seducing Oscars' voters as she...
  • 'Rear Window' Screenwriter John Michael Hayes Dies

    John Michael Hayes, who wrote the script for "Rear Window" and was a frequent Hitchcock collaborater, has died. He was 89. The screenwriter who was nominated for two Academy Awards died of natural causes on Wednesday Nov. 19 at a Hanover, New Hampshire...
  • Michael Musto on Oscars: 'Kate Winslet is the new Deborah Kerr, let's face it!'

    Michael Musto on Oscars: 'Kate Winslet is the new Deborah Kerr, let's face it!'
  • Soak in the sun on Oahu, Hawaii's top 10 beaches

    Honolulu Tourists from around the world flock to see Waikiki Beach when they visit Hawaii. But Southern Californians usually aren't impressed by its sandy shore. Compared with SoCal beaches, it's a loser. Too narrow, too noisy and so crowded that...
  • 'No Country' tops SAGs

    'No Country' tops SAGs
    "No Country for Old Men" won top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, taking home a statuette for best ensemble in a motion picture. Earlier in the evening, Javier Bardem won best supporting actor for his role in the gritty western...
  • Snubbed by Oscar, but beloved

    Snubbed by Oscar, but beloved
    OK, so Angelina, Denzel and Keira didn't get asked to the Oscar prom. They shouldn't shed too many tears over their absence from this year's nominations. After all, they're in very good company. From Humphrey Bogart ("The Maltese Falcon") and Marilyn...