Ingrid Bergman - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 97
A Chronology of Ingrid Bergman Movie Posters 1939-1978.
Ingrid Bergman (1915-1982) was born in Stockholm, Sweden.
Oscar nominated 7 times and won 3 times, Best Actress for Gaslight (1944) and Anastasia (1956), Best Supporting Actress for Murder on the Orient Express (1974).
Her role as Ilsa Lund in Casablanca (1942) made her a Hollywood legend
Bergman had an affair with director Roberto Rossellini in the late 40's, both were married to other people at the time, the scandal made headline news and she was shunned by Hollywood for a number of years. After divorcing their spouses they married in 1950. One of their three children is actress Isabella Rossellini.
Hollywood forgave Ingrid and welcomed her back in 1956, winning her second Oscar for Anastasia.
She is #4 on the American Film Institute's 25 Greatest Hollywood Actresses list.
Ingrid Bergman has appeared in 30 Hollywood movies this hub showcases poster art from 20 of those films.
Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939) Directed by Gregory Ratoff. 70mins.
Leslie Howard - Holger
Ingrid Bergman - Anita
Also starring Edna Best, John Halliday, Cecil Kellaway and Enid Bennett.
Ingrid Bergman's first American film.
The words "A Love Story" were added to the title because producer David Selznick thought moviegoers would be confused by the word "Intermezzo".
Oscar nominations for Best Cinematography and Best Music Score (Louis Forbes).
IMDB rating 6.8
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) Directed by Victor Fleming. 113mins.
Spencer Tracy - Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Hyde
Ingrid Bergman - Ivy Peterson
Lana Turner - Beatrix Emery
Also starring Donald Crisp, Ian Hunter, Barton MacLane and C. Aubrey Smith.
Based on the classic novella "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886.
Originally Ingrid Bergman was to have Lana Turner's role and vice versa, but Bergman wanted to switch roles finding Ivy Peterson a more challenging character.
Nominated for 3 Oscars - Best Music (Franz Waxman), Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing.
IMDB rating 6.8
Casablanca (1942) Directed by Michael Curtiz. 102mins.
Humphrey Bogart - Rick Blaine
Ingrid Bergman - Ilsa Lund
Paul Henreid - Victor Laszlo
Claude Rains - Captain Louis Renault
Conrad Veidt - Major Heinrich Strasser
Sydney Greenstreet - Signor Ferrari
Peter Lorre - Ugarte
Dooley Wilson - Sam
"Play it Sam, play 'As Time Goes By'" One of the greatest Hollywood films ever made.
The actors and filmmakers thought they were making just another romantic thriller for Warner Bros. But miraculously the characters, story, dialogue, photography and music beautifully came together to form an instant classic.
Possibly the most quotable film ever made, the line "Here's looking at you kid." is #5 on the AFI's 100 Greatest Movie Quotes list. Five other lines from the film are in the top 100.
Casablanca is #3 on the AFI's 100 Greatest Films list. Only The Godfather and Citizen Kane are higher.
Nominated for 8 Oscars winning 3 - Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
Selected for Preservation by the National Film Registry in 1989.
IMDB rating 8.7
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) Directed by Sam Wood. 168mins.
Gary Cooper - Robert Jordan
Ingrid Bergman - María
Also starring Akim Tamiroff, Arturo de Córdova, Vladimir Sokoloff and Katina Paxinou.
Based on the best-selling novel by Ernest Hemingway, published in 1940.
Ballet dancer Vera Zorina was hired to play Maria but after two weeks of filming she got the boot and was replaced by Bergman. Angry Zorina threatened to sue the studio, she received a cash settlement but her dreams of becoming a Hollywood movie star were over.
Nominated for 9 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Actor (Gary Cooper), Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman), and Best Music (Victor Young), winning 1 - Best Supporting Actress (Katina Paxinou).
IMDB rating 7.0
Gaslight (1944) Directed by George Cukor. 114mins.
Charles Boyer - Gregory Anton
Ingrid Bergman - Paula Alquist
Joseph Cotten - Brian Cameron
Also starring Dame May Whitty, Angela Lansbury and Barbara Everest.
Drama set in foggy London, 1880.
Based on the play 'Gas Light' by British dramatist Patrick Hamilton, the play was renamed 'Angel Street' in the U.S.
Angela Lansbury's film debut.
Nominated for 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Actor (Charles Boyer), winning 2 - Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman) and Best Art Direction.
Tagline - Strange drama of a captive sweetheart!
IMDB rating 7.8
Spellbound (1945) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 111mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Dr. Constance Petersen
Gregory Peck - John Ballantyne
Also starring Michael Chekhov, Leo G. Carroll, Rhonda Fleming, Norman Lloyd.
Psychological thriller directed by the master of suspence and based on the novel "The House of Dr. Edwardes" by John Palmer and Hilary A. Saunders.
A huge hit for Hitch costing $1.5m and grossing $7m in the U.S. alone.
Surrealist Salvador Dali worked on the famous dream sequences.
The film is in Black & White except for a couple of frames of bright red when a gun is fired towards the camera at the climax.
Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor (Michael Chekhov), winning 1 - Best Music Score (Miklos Rozsa).
Tagline - Will he Kiss me or Kill me?
IMDB rating 7.6
Saratoga Trunk (1945) Directed by Sam Wood. 135mins.
Gary Cooper - Colonel Clint Maroon
Ingrid Bergman - Clio Dulaine
Also starring Flora Robson, Jerry Austin, John Warburton and Florence Bates.
Based on the best-selling novel by Edna Ferber, published in 1941.
Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress (Flora Robson).
IMDB rating 6.2
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) Directed by Leo McCarey. 126mins.
Bing Crosby - Father Chuck O'Malley
Ingrid Bergman - Sister Mary Benedict
Also starring Henry Travers, William Gargan, Ruth Donnelly and Joan Carroll.
Sequel to Going My Way (1944) which had won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director (Leo McCarey) and Best Actor (Bing Crosby, who reprises his role as Father O'Malley)
One of the biggest hits of the year grossing $8m in the U.S.
Nominated for 8 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Bing Crosby) and Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman), winning 1 - Best Sound.
Tagline - The Whole World's in Tune with Bing and Bergman together at their most brilliant best.
IMDB rating 7.3
Notorious (1946) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 101mins.
Cary Grant - T.R. Devlin
Ingrid Bergman - Alicia Huberman
Claude Rains - Alexander Sebastian
Also starring Louis Calhern, Leopoldine Konstantin and Alexis Minotis.
Classic Hitchcock thriller.
Contains the famous tracking shot which starts high above a party scene moving slowly down to a close up of a key in Bergman's hand.
Bergman was taller than Claude Rains and in some scenes together he had to stand on a box.
Hitch's cameo is at a party at Sebastian's mansion.
Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Supporting Actor (Claude Rains) and Best Screenplay.
Tagline - Notorious woman of affairs... Adventurous man of the world!
IMDB rating 8.2
Arch of Triumph (1948) Directed by Lewis Milestone. 120mins (133mins)
Ingrid Bergman - Joan Madou
Charles Boyer - Dr. Ravic
Charles Laughton - Ivon Haake
Also starring Louis Calhern, Ruth Warrick and Roman Bohnen.
Based on the novel of the same name by Erich Maria Remarque, published in 1945.
Reuniting the two stars of Gaslight though this time the credit billing has been reversed.
Tagline - The story of an outcast and a killer!
IMDB rating 6.2
Joan of Arc (1948) Directed by Victor Fleming. 145mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Joan of Arc
Also starring Jose Ferrer, Francis L. Sullivan, J. Carrol Naish, Ward Bond, Gene Lockhart and Cecil Kellaway.
Based on a 1946 Broadway play which starred Ingrid Bergman as the Maid of Orleans, Joan d'Arc (1412-1431).
The movie was a pet project for Bergman but one of the criticisms of the film was that at 33 she was too old for the role, Joan was 19 when she was executed.
The film was expensive but failed to return a profit to the studio, some critics were not impressed with the film saying there was too much chit-chat and not enough spectacle.
Nominated for 8 Oscars including Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman) and Best Supporting Actor (Jose Ferrer), winning 3 - Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design and an Honorary Oscar to producer Walter Wanger.
IMDB rating 6.4
Under Capricorn (1949) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. 117mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Henrietta Flusky
Joseph Cotten - Sam Flusky
Michael Wilding - Charles Adare
Also starring Margaret Leighton, Cecil Parker and Denis O'Dea.
Based on the novel by Helen Simpson, published in 1938.
A box office flop for Hitch.
Burt Lancaster was considered for the Joseph Cotten role.
Tagline - Mystery, murder and passion from the master of suspense!
IMDB rating 6.2
Anastasia (1956) Directed by Anatole Litvak. 105mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Anna Koreff
Yul Brynner - Gen. Sergei Bounine
Also starring Helen Hayes, Akim Tamiroff, Martita Hunt and Felix Aylmer.
Based on a play by Guy Bolton and Marcelle Maurette.
Bergman's comeback movie, she had been exiled from Hollywood since 1950 after her affair with married Italian director Roberto Rossellini and having a child out of wedlock became an international scandal.
Nominated for 2 Oscars winning 1 - Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman)
Tagline - The most amazing conspiracy the world has ever known, and love as it never happened to a man and woman before!
IMDB rating 7.0
Indiscreet (1958) Directed by Stanley Donen. 100mins.
Cary Grant - Philip Adams
Ingrid Bergman - Anna Kalman
Also starring Cecil Parker, Phyllis Calvert, David Kossoff and Megs Jenkins.
Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe were originally considered for the lead roles.
Nominated for 3 Golden Globe Awards - Best Film Comedy / Musical, Best Actor Comedy / Musical (Cary Grant)
Tagline - How dare he make love to me - And not be a married man!
IMDB rating 6.8
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) Directed by Mark Robson. 158mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Gladys Aylward
Curt Jurgens - Capt. Lin Nan
Robert Donat - The Mandarin of Yang Cheng
Also starring Michael David, Athene Seyler and Ronald Squire.
Adapted from the novel "The Small Woman" by Alan Burgess published in 1957, which was based on real events.
Robert Donat's final film.
Oscar nomination for Best Director.
BAFTA nominations for Best Foreign Actor (Curt Jurgens) and Best Foreign Actress (Ingrid Bergman).
IMDB rating 7.1
The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964) Directed by Anthony Asquith. 122mins.
Rex Harrison - Lord Charles Frinton
Jeanne Moreau - Lady Eloise Frinton
George C. Scott - Paolo Maltese
Ingrid Bergman - Gerda Millett
Omar Sharif - Davich
Shirley MacLaine - Mae Jenkins
Alain Delon - Stefano
A yellow Rolls-Royce links various stories together.
Despite luke-warm reviews the film was among the highest grossing movies of the year.
BAFTA nominations for Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design.
Tagline - Everything Happens In The Yellow Rolls Royce!
IMDB rating 6.2
Cactus Flower (1969) Directed by Gene Saks. 103mins.
Walter Matthau - Dr. Julian Winston
Ingrid Bergman - Stephanie Dickinson
Goldie Hawn - Toni Simmons
Also starring Jack Weston, Rick Lenz and Vito Scotti.
Comedy based on a 1965 Broadway play by Abe Burrows, Lauren Bacall played the role of Stephanie on Broadway.
The film was loosely remade as Just Go With It (2011), starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.
One of the top 10 grossing films of 1969.
Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actress (Goldie Hawn).
Nominated for 5 Golden Globe Awards including Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman), winning 1 - Best Supporting Actress (Goldie Hawn).
Tagline - 'Cactus Flower' Has Flower Power
IMDB rating 7.0
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) Directed by Sidney Lumet. 128mins.
Albert Finney - Hercule Poirot
Also starring Lauren Bacall, Martin Balsam, Ingrid Bergman , Jacqueline Bisset, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Anthony Perkins, Vanessa Redgrave, Richard Widmark and Michael York.
Star-studded movie based on Agatha Christie's classic mystery novel, first published in 1934.
According to the Guinness Book of Records, Agatha Christie (1890-1976) is the best selling author of all time, 4 billion copies of her books have been sold worldwide.
Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Screenplay and Best Actor (Albert Finney), winning 1 - Best Supporting Actress (Ingrid Bergman).
Tagline - The greatest cast of suspicious characters ever involved in murder.
IMDB rating 7.3
A Matter of Time (1976) Directed by Vincente Minnelli. 97mins.
Liza Minnelli - Nina
Ingrid Bergman - Contessa Sanziani
Charles Boyer - Count Sanziani
Also starring Spiros Andros, Gabriele Ferzetti, Fernando Rey and Isabella Rossellini.
Comedy musical based on the novel "Film of Memory" by Maurice Druon, published in 1961.
The movie debut of Bergman's daughter Isabella Rossellini.
Vincente Minnelli's last movie.
IMDB rating 4.7
Autumn Sonata (1978) Directed by Ingmar Bergman. 99mins.
Ingrid Bergman - Charlotte Andergast
Liv Ullmann - Eva
Also starring Lena Nyman, Halvar Björk, Gunnar Björnstrand and Erland Josephson.
Drama filmed in Sweden.
Ingrid Bergman's final theatrical film.
Her final acting role was as Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in the TV mini-series A Woman Called Golda (1982) which won her an Emmy for Outstanding Actress.
Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Screenplay (Ingmar Bergman) and Best Actress (Ingrid Bergman).
IMDB rating 8.1
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