Actress Deborah Kerr, known for classics such as "From Here to Eternity" and "An Affair to Remember," died at the age of 86. She was remembered for some of cinema's most tear-inducing scenes.
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And finally tonight, actress Deborah Kerr, who died on Tuesday. Here she is in one of the movies' most famous tear-inducing scenes, the closing moments of the 1957 film "An Affair to Remember." She and the man she loves, played by Cary Grant, find each other again following an accident that had left her unable to walk and them apart.
DEBORAH KERR, Actress:
Darling, don't look at me like that.
CARY GRANT, Actor:
Why didn't you tell me? If it had to happen to one of us, why did it have to be you?
It was nobody's fault but my own. I was looking up. It was the nearest thing to Heaven. You were there. Oh, darling, don't — don't worry, darling. If you can paint, I can walk. Anything can happen, don't you think?
Yes, darling, yes. Yes, yes.
Deborah Kerr was 86 years old.