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Deborah Kerr

Birth Name: Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer

Birth Place: Helensburgh, Scotland

Died: October 16, 2007

Profession: Actor

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Rock Center with Brian Williams

Critic's Guide to Monday TV: Rock Center, Halloween Marathons, and More!

The biggest TV news of the night comes from a network's news division, as NBC News launches Rock Center With Brian Williams (10/9c), the first high-profile network newsmagazine with serious intent to premiere in a long while, closer in tone to 60 Min… Read more

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From Here To Eternity - Trailer
00:30 — A powerful look at Army life during the suspenseful days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Many memorable scenes and an all-star cast, including a gr (more…)
The Journey - Official Trailer
02:48 — In 1956, a band of international refugees flee Budapest, escaping the bloodshed of the Hungarian uprising. Among them are Lady Diana Ashmore (Deborah (more…)
The King And I - Trailer
00:30 — Classic film version of the hit Rogers and Hammerstein Broadway musical in which an English governess travels to Siam to care for and teach the childr (more…)
Marni Nixon: Singing voice of the stars
08:59 — One of the great unsung stars of Hollywood was Marni Nixon, a voice double whose singing stood in for such actresses as Deborah Kerr in "The King and (more…)

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Wed Dec 7 2:00pm
From Here to Eternity TCM

Best Picture winner is a portrait of life on a Honolulu Army post just before the attack on Pearl Harbor, and focuses on two rebellious privates and a tough but fair-minded sergeant who's swept into a torrid affair with his CO's wife.

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  • Birth Name: Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer
  • Birth Place: Helensburgh, Scotland
  • Died: October 16, 2007
  • Profession: Actor

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