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Documentary on the life of actress Ingrid Bergman, with comments from actors who worked with her.

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Gene Feldman
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John Gielgud ... Himself - Narrator
Liv Ullmann ... Herself
Colleen Dewhurst ... Herself
José Ferrer ... Himself
Grete Danielsen Grete Danielsen ... Herself (as Greta Danielsson)
Frank Sundström ... Himself (as Frank Sundstrom)
Katherine Brown Katherine Brown ... Herself (as Kay Brown)
Anthony Quinn ... Himself
Angela Lansbury ... Herself
Bob Hope ... Himself (archive footage)
Mario Del Papa Mario Del Papa ... Himself
Fiorella Mariani ... Herself
Ed Sullivan ... Himself (archive footage)
Ingrid Bergman ... Herself (archive footage)
Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself (archive footage)
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Documentary on the life of actress Ingrid Bergman, with comments from actors who worked with her.

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Official Sites:

Janson Media

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USA

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French | Portuguese | Spanish | English

Release Date:

7 March 1984 (USA) See more »

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Wombat Productions See more »
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Mono
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a woman of courage
25 March 2004 | by petershelleyauSee all my reviews

This Hollywood Legends documentary on Ingrid Bergman features home movies, stills, film clips, interviews with co-stars, a newsreel interview with Bergman upon her return to America after the Italian period, and Pia Lindstrom accepting Bergman's posthumous Emmy for A Woman Called Golda.

Of note is her somewhat frightening look in the Swedish version of Intermezzo, how her "no make-up" Hollywood screen test has her wearing lipstick, how unintentionally funny her hyper-emotional acting is in Rage in Heaven, how dull she is in Stromboli, how funny she is in The Visit despite Anthony Quinn's claim that she seduced him into letting her play the role in a more glamorous fashion, and a scene from Autumn Sonata in the English dubbed version.


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