Sad to hear about the death of actress Deborah Kerr, the classy thespian best known for her water-logged kiss on the shore with Burt Lancaster in From Here to Eternity. She was also famous for her roles in The King and I (1954) and the sentimental favorite An Affair to Remember (1957). But I recall her brilliant turn as the disturbed governess in The Innocents (1961) or the sensitive traveler in Night of the Iguana (1964) and especially this end scene with John Kerr in Tea and Sympathy (1956).
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