Deborah Kerr put the Great in Britain, working across the pond to big success on stage and screen. She debuted over here with Major Barbara (1941) and made a major impact on the industry. She holds the dubious distinction of being the Susan Lucci of the Oscars, nominated six times without winning, until the Academy finally broke down in 1996 and gave her a lifetime achievement statuette. She was on her way to winning the booby prize for her scandalously wet beachside make-out session with Burt Lancaster in From Here to Eternity (1953). It was another pairing with Lancaster in The Gypsy Moths (1969) that delivered the sole skin in Deborah's delicious career. She and Lancaster sucked face on a couch, where Deborah lost her top, and her ample treasure chest spilled its golden goodies. Lancaster got a handful. Although Deb is now dearly departed, her dairies live on.