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Guespin said, "Every night, when she arrived at the evening screenings, people would stand and give her an ovation and applause. Every single night.
I have never seen that happen for anyone else". Cary Grant remembered that she had come on the set one morning and was simply out of it: "We went over and over the scene, and she was in some sort of haze.
You know, she just wasn't there. But [director] Alfred Hitchcock didn't say anything. He just sat there next to the camera, pulling on his cigar.
Finally, around 11 a. And for the first time all morning, the lines were coming out right. And just then Hitchcock said, 'Cut. In , when Daily Variety had noted filmmakers select the best films and performers of the sound era, she was named Best Actress.
She had a reputation as a tough negotiator. David O. Selznick said of her, "Her angelic nature is not above being tarnished by matters of mere money".
Her arrival for her first day's work; wheeled into the studio on a bicycle and wearing sunglasses. Lived in five interesting cities in five different countries; Stockholm, Hollywood, Rome, Paris and London.
When David O. Selznick told his prospective new year-old star that they would have to change her name, cap her teeth and pluck her eyebrows, she threatened to return to Sweden.
She also received at least 21 awards for that play. She and her third husband, Lars Schmidt , had their own island called Danholmen, off the coast of Sweden.
She was voted the 12th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly. In she became the third performer to win the Triple Crown of Acting: Oscars for Gaslight , Anastasia , Murder on the Orient Express , a Tony for "Joan of Lorraine" and Emmys in and Won Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actress Dramatic for "Joan of Lorraine" - an award shared with Helen Hayes.
They would later co-star in Anastasia , for which she won her second Oscar. Was a good friend of author Ernest Hemingway , whom she called "Papa.
Bergman was making The Bells of St. Mary's , the sequel to Going My Way , when the Academy Awards ceremony took place.
She, co-star Bing Crosby and director Leo McCarey had all been nominated for Oscars, Crosby and McCarey for Going My Way They all won that night, Bergman for Gaslight , the first of her three Academy Awards.
When she picked up her Best Actress statuette, she said, "I'm afraid that if I went on the set tomorrow without an Oscar, neither of them would speak to me.
She was ranked 5 in the Premiere's list of "The 50 Greatest Movie Stars of All Time". No relation to Swedish director Ingmar Bergman , although the fact that his wife was also a Swedish actress named Ingrid Bergman --also no relation--confused matters greatly.
One of the first tall leading ladies in Hollywood in an era where most famous actresses were just over five feet.
Was originally offered the role of Princess Dragonmiroff in Murder on the Orient Express She later ended up playing Greta Ohlsson which won her an Oscar.
Virtually all of her Oscar-winning performance is contained in a single scene: her interrogation by Poirot, captured in a single continuous take, nearly five minutes long.
Upon accepting her Oscar for Murder on the Orient Express , she apologized to fellow actress Valentina Cortese , who was nominated for Day for Night , saying that she would have deserved the award more.
The country compound, comprising five buildings on The property includes 10 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a greenhouse, a foot indoor-outdoor pool and a small barn.
On Broadway, her portrayal of Joan of Arc, in Maxwell Anderson 's "Joan of Lorraine", won her an Antoinette Perry award--the "Tony"--the highest honor in the American theater.
Took acting class from Michael Chekhov in Hollywood. Bergman and Humphrey Bogart were voted the second greatest on-screen couple of all time in a poll commissioned by British chain store Woolworths for their work in Casablanca In DigitalDreamDoor's Greatest Female Acting Performances, she was ranked 7 for Gaslight , 20 for Casablanca , 62 for Anastasia , 67 for Notorious , 74 for Spellbound and 86 for Autumn Sonata In DigitalDreamdoor's Greatest Movie Actresses, Bergman ranked third, only Katharine Hepburn and Meryl Streep topped her in the list.
Selznick gave her the role, not giving her an option to take it or not. According to her daughter, whenever anyone would come up to her and say "I loved you in Casablanca ", she would look at them like she didn't know what they were talking about.
At Stockholm Arlanda airport, there is a large billboard; "Welcome To My Hometown, Ingrid Bergman, legend". The collection is inspired by Bergman, with relaxed elegance, sophistication and, of course, the trenchcoat from her scene in Casablanca The "It" bag this season is the Stromboli named after Stromboli , another of Bergman's famous movies.
Ingrid Bergman was named first among other names like Katharine Hepburn , Grace Kelly , Madonna , Catherine Deneuve , Marilyn Monroe and Jane Fonda.
Famed French director Jean Renoir adored Ingrid. When she was in desperate straits after splitting with Roberto Rossellini , Renoir quickly got to work and wrote two things for her, the film Elena and Her Men Elena and Her Men and the play "Carola".
The San Francisco Chronicle's "The Objects Of Our Affection" ranked her fourth in the female category after Audrey Hepburn , Sophia Loren and Marilyn Monroe.
The British magazine 'Harpers and Queen' ranked her fifth on their 'The World's 50 most Alluring Women. Audrey Hepburn was first, followed by Ava Gardner , Julie Christie , and Catherine Deneuve.
In Israel, under The Jewish National Fund, a memorial forest for Ingrid Bergman has been established as part of the Kennedy Memorial Forest near Jerusalem.
On the plaque is written, 'In Memory of Ingrid Bergman, A Great Actress and An Outstanding Person'. At Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, there's a special area at the museum devoted strictly to Casablanca that includes Humphrey Bogart 's and her clothes from the film, the film's script, its costumes, and even the small piano on which Sam "played it again" for Rick and Ilsa.
Frank Sinatra was a good friend of hers. She considered herself somehow awkward because of her tallness.
In Anastasia she suggested putting a little block under Yul Brynner. He refused, saying, "You think I want to play it standing on a box?
I'll show the world what a big horse you are! She was sitting in a Paris bathtub in , listening to the Oscars broadcast on the radio, when she heard Cary Grant , her friend for many years, accept her Best Actress award.
Her Notorious and Indiscreet costar also introduced her when she returned to the Oscars in to present Gigi with Best Picture honors. The standing ovation that followed was as thunderous as any in Oscar history.
Although she played Helen Hayes ' granddaughter in Anastasia , she was less than 15 years younger than Hayes. Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives".
Volume One, , pages New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, In Italy, almost all her films were dubbed by Lydia Simoneschi. Only twice, was she dubbed by another Italian actress: Dhia Cristiani in Joan of Arc and Giovanna Scotto in Casablanca Was the first choice to play Terry McKay in An Affair to Remember The very first Montreal World Film Festival was held in The festivities were opened by Bergman, who was joined by such greats as Fay Wray , Gloria Swanson , Howard Hawks and Jean-Luc Godard.
It was the only non-competitive year of the festival's history. Anthony Quinn had said about her, "Sometimes in motion pictures you love someone so much, but it doesn't work on the screen.
And you don't like somebody and you're wonderful on the screen. The two greatest talents I worked with were Ingrid and Anna Magnani.
But I would prefer to work with [Magnani], whom I didn't like, than Ingrid, whom I loved". On file at the Berlin Document Center, an archive of documents from the Nazi era, is a special certificate for her to appear in a German film.
This must have been from a time very early in her career when she was still acting in Sweden, long before she came to America and is no reflection on her political views or ideals.
Early in her career, when she did Swedish films, her nickname on set was "Betterlater" due to her saying after nearly every take, "I'll be better later.
In both her first American film Intermezzo and her last feature film, Autumn Sonata , she played a concert pianist. Was 8 months pregnant with her daughter Pia Lindström when she completed filming Only One Night Returned to work 8 months after giving birth to her daughter Pia Lindström in order to film Intermezzo Was ranked 5th in the list of Best Classic Actress online poll chosen by the 12, readers of EW magazine, behind Katharine Hepburn , Audrey Hepburn , Bette Davis and Marilyn Monroe.
Ingrid Bergman udala se za Roberta Rossellinija Bergman je ostvarila trijumfalan povratak naslovnom ulogom u filmu Anastasia za koju je drugi put osvojila Oscara za najbolju glumicu.
Nagradu je u njezino ime preuzeo njezin prijatelj Cary Grant. Nisam htjela. Bila joj je to posljednja uloga.
Ingrid Bergman umrla je Preko ove knjige postala je poznata veza s Robertom Capom. Izvor: Wikipedija. London , Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo Godine rada Shunned by Hollywood for years, Bergman made a triumphant return to American cinema with Anastasia In the film, she stars as a woman who may or may not be a long-lost member of the Russian royal family.
For her performance in Anastasia , Bergman won her second Academy Award. Other film roles soon followed, including the romantic comedy Indiscreet with Cary Grant.
In her later years, Bergman tackled a range of projects. She co-starred in the popular comedy Cactus Flower with Walter Matthau and Goldie Hawn.
In , Bergman picked up another Academy Award for her supporting role in Murder on the Orient Express. This film adaptation of an Agatha Christie mystery also featured Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall and Sean Connery.
Around this time, Bergman was diagnosed with breast cancer. She continued to work, despite her battle with the disease. In , Bergman starred in Ingmar Bergman's musical drama Autumn Sonata.
She gave her final performance in the television movie Golda , playing legendary Israeli leader Golda Meir. Metacritic's Top Rated Actors of Yesteryear Biopics of the Greatest Female Stars If You Were a Filmmaker Won 3 Oscars.
Known For. Casablanca Ilsa Lund. Spellbound Dr. Constance Petersen. Autumn Sonata Charlotte Andergast. Notorious Alicia Huberman.
Jump to: Actress Soundtrack Producer Thanks Self Archive footage. Basil E. Frankweiler Mrs. Mary's Sister Mary Benedict.
She left the Royal Dramatic Theater to pursue acting full time. Bergman starred in Ocean Breakers in which she played a fisherman's daughter, and then in Swedenhielms , where she had the opportunity to work alongside her idol Gösta Ekman.
Next, she starred in Walpurgis Night Throughout, Lena and the wife vye for Johan's affection with the wife losing her husband to Lena at the end.
Also in , she appeared in Intermezzo , her first lead performance, where she was reunited with Gösta Ekman.
This was a pivotal film for the young actress, and allowed her to demonstrate her talent. Director Molander later said "I created Intermezzo for her, but I was not responsible for its success.
Ingrid herself made it successful. She didn't like the part, calling it 'a piece of rubbish'. Bergman had just been voted Sweden's most admired movie star in the previous year, and received top-billing.
Svenska Dagbladet wrote in its review; "Ingrid Bergman's feline appearance as an industrial tycoon's wife overshadows them all.
Anna Holm is the leader of a blackmail gang that targets the wealthy folk of Stockholm for their money and jewellery. A brace was put in place to distort the shape of one cheek.
I have fought for it. Bergman signed a three-picture contract with UFA, the German major film company, although she only made one picture. The film was intended as a star vehicle to launch Bergman's career in Germany.
The film was a lighthearted combination of comedy and romance. At first, she did not comprehend the political and social situation in Germany.
She was never to work in Germany again. Bergman appeared in eleven films in her native Sweden before the age of twenty-five.
Her characters were always plagued with uncertainty, fear and anxiety. The early Swedish films were not masterpieces,  but she worked with some of the biggest talents in the Swedish film industry such as Gösta Ekman, Karin Swanström, Victor Sjöström, and Lars Hanson.
It showcased her immense acting talent, as a young woman with a bright future ahead of her. Bergman's first acting role in the United States was in Intermezzo: A Love Story by Gregory Ratoff which premiered on 22 September Selznick , who wished her to star in the English-language remake of her earlier Swedish film Intermezzo Unable to speak English, and uncertain about her acceptance by the American audience, she expected to complete this one film and return home to Sweden.
Her husband, Dr. Petter Aron Lindström, remained in Sweden with their daughter Pia born Bergman arrived in Los Angeles on 6 May , and stayed at the Selznick home until she could find another residence.
According to Selznick's son Danny, who was a child at the time, his father had concerns about Bergman: "She didn't speak English, she was too tall, her name sounded too German, and her eyebrows were too thick".
Bergman was soon accepted without having to modify her looks or name, despite some early suggestions by Selznick.
Selznick understood her fear of Hollywood make-up artists, who might turn her into someone she wouldn't recognize, and "instructed them to lay off".
He was also aware that her natural good looks would compete successfully with Hollywood's "synthetic razzle-dazzle".
During the following weeks, while Intermezzo was being filmed, Selznick was also filming Gone with the Wind. In a letter to William Hebert, his publicity director, Selznick described a few of his early impressions of Bergman:.
Miss Bergman is the most completely conscientious actress with whom I have ever worked, in that she thinks of absolutely nothing but her work before and during the time she is doing a picture She practically never leaves the studio, and even suggested that her dressing room be equipped so that she could live here during the picture.
She never for a minute suggests quitting at six o'clock or anything of the kind Because of having four stars acting in Gone with the Wind , our star dressing-room suites were all occupied and we had to assign her a smaller suite.
She went into ecstasies over it and said she had never had such a suite in her life All of this is completely unaffected and completely unique and I should think would make a grand angle of approach to her publicity Intermezzo became an enormous success and as a result Bergman became a star.
Ratoff, said, "She is sensational. According to Life , the impression that she left on Hollywood, after she returned to Sweden, was of a tall girl "with light brown hair and blue eyes who was painfully shy, but friendly, with a warm, straight, quick smile".
The New York Times noted her "freshness and simplicity and natural dignity" and the maturity of her acting which was nonetheless, free of "stylistic traits - the mannerisms, postures, precise inflections - that become the stock in trade of the matured actress.
The New York Tribune said: "Using scarcely any makeup, but playing with mobile intensity, she creates the character so vividly and credibility that it becomes the core of [the] narrative".
Selznick was worried that his new starlet's value would diminish if she received bad reviews. Brooks Atkinson of The New York Times reviewed that Bergman seemed at ease, and commanded the stage that evening.
The news reaches the national papers. Kerstin moves to Stockholm under the new name of Sara, but lives under the scrutiny and watchful eye of her new community.
Öresunds-Posten wrote, "Bergman establishes herself as an actress belonging to the world elite. Bergman was loaned out of David O.
Selznick's company, to appear in three films which were released in On 18 February, Robert Sherwood Productions' released her second collaboration with Gregory Ratoff, Adam Had Four Sons.
Van Dyke 's Rage in Heaven. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde , another Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production, had its New York opening. A New York Times review stated that " On 30 July at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, Bergman made her second stage appearance in Anna Christie.
A San Francisco paper said she was as unspoiled as a fresh Swedish snowball. Selznick called her "The Palmolive Garbo ", a reference to a popular soap, and a well-known Swedish actress of the time.
Thornton Delaharty said, "Lunching with Ingrid is like sitting down to an hour or so of conversation with an intelligent orchid.
Casablanca , by Michael Curtiz , opened on 26 November She played the role of Ilsa, the former love of Rick Blaine and wife of Victor Laszlo, fleeing with Laszlo to the United States.
The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "The events are shot with sharp humor and delightful touches of political satire. There is something mystical about it.
It seems to have filled a need, a need that was there before the film, a need that the film filled". Bergman was surprisingly lovely, crisp and natural Other reviewers said that she "[plays] the heroine with For Whom the Bell Tolls had its New York premiere on 14 July For the role, she received her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
The film was adapted from Ernest Hemingway 's novel of the same title and co-starred Gary Cooper. When the book was sold to Paramount Pictures , Hemingway stated that "Miss Bergman, and no one else, should play the part".
His opinion came from seeing her in her first American role, Intermezzo. They met a few weeks later, and after studying her, he declared, "You are Maria!
Agee believed that Bergman has truly studied what Maria might feel and look like in real life, and not in a Hollywood film. Her performance is both "devastating and wonderful to see Gaslight opened on 4 May Under the direction of George Cukor , she portrayed a "wife driven close to madness" by her husband, played by Charles Boyer.
The film, according to Thomson, "was the peak of her Hollywood glory. The New York Journal-American called her "one of the finest actresses in filmdom" and said that "she flames in passion and flickers in depression until the audience - becomes rigid in its seats.
The Bells of St. Mary's premiered on 6 December Crosby plays a priest who is assigned to a Roman Catholic school where he conflicts with its headmistress, played by Bergman.
Reviewer Nathan Robin said: 'Crosby's laconic ease brings out the impishness behind Bergman's fine-china delicacy, and Bergman proves a surprisingly spunky and spirited comic foil for Crosby'.
Alfred Hitchcock 's Spellbound premiered on 28 December Constance Petersen, a psychiatrist whose analysis could determine whether or not Dr.
Anthony Edwardes, played by Gregory Peck , is guilty of murder. Next, Bergman starred in Saratoga Trunk , with Gary Cooper, a film originally shot in , but released on 30 March In deference to more timely war-themed and patriotic films, Warner Bros held back the theatrical opening in the United States.
Along the way, she fell in love with her fellow spy, played by Cary Grant. The film also starred Claude Rains in an Oscar-nominated performance by a supporting actor.
According to Roger Ebert , Notorious is the most elegant expression of Hitchcock's visual style. Writing for the BFI , Samuel Wigley called it a "perfect" film.
On 5 October , Bergman appeared in Joan of Lorraine at the Alvin Theatre in New York. Tickets were fully booked for a twelve-week run.
It was the greatest hit in New York. After each performance, crowds were in line to see Bergman in person. Newsweek called her 'Queen of the Broadway Season.
The Associated Press named her 'Woman of the Year'. Gallup certified her as the most popular actress in America. On 17 February , Arch of Triumph , by Lewis Milestone was released with Bergman and Charles Boyer as the leading roles  Based on Erich Maria Remarque's book, it follows a story of Joan Madou, an Italian-Romanian refugee who works as a cabaret singer in a Paris nightclub.
Distressed by her lover's sudden death, she attempts suicide by plunging into the Seine, but rescued by Dr. Ravic, a German surgeon Charles Boyer.
The independent film was based on the Maxwell Anderson play Joan of Lorraine , which had earned her a Tony Award earlier that year.
Bergman had championed the role since her arrival in Hollywood, then chose to appear on the Broadway stage in Anderson's play.
The film was not a big hit with the public, partly because of the Rossellini scandal, which broke while the film was still in theatres.
Even worse, it received disastrous reviews, and, although nominated for several Academy Awards, did not receive a Best Picture nomination.
It was subsequently cut by 45 minutes, but restored to full length in , and released in on DVD. Under Capricorn premiered on 9 September , as another Bergman and Hitchcock collaboration.
The story opens as Charles Adare, played by Michael Wilding , arrives in New South Wales with his uncle. Desperate to find his fortune, Adare meets Sam Flusky Joseph Cotten , who is married to Charles's childhood friend Lady Henrietta Bergman , an alcoholic kept locked in their mansion.
Soon, Flusky becomes jealous of Adare's affections for his wife. The film met with negative reactions from critics. Some of the negativity may have based on disapproval of Bergman's affair with the Italian director Roberto Rossellini.
Their scandalous relationship became apparent, shortly after the film's release. Stromboli was released by Italian director Roberto Rossellini on 18 February She wrote to him in , expressing her admiration and suggesting that she make a film with him.
As a consequence, she was cast in Stromboli. During the production, they began an affair, and Bergman became pregnant with their first child.
This affair caused a huge scandal in the United States, where it led to Bergman being denounced on the floor of the United States Senate.
She also starred in the television plays The Turn of the Screw and Hedda Gabler My Story is her autobiography with alternating sections by Alan Burgess.
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