9 thoughts on “WCW: Ingrid Bergman

  1. Anastasia with both the legendary Helen Hayes as Marie Feodorovna and the incredibly sexy Yul Brynner as her Svengali/love interest. Ms Bergman won her second Oscar for the role. My second are A Woman Called Golda and Elena and Her Men.

  2. I haven’t seen most of these. Something to remedy! So I guess by default that makes Joan of Arc my favorite historical Ingrid Bergman flick. But my favorite overall IB flick is Casablanca. :-)

  3. Gaslight freaks me out. I find it so hard to watch. (I know it doesn’t count, but Casablanca . . .<3)

  4. Gaslight still gives me chills. I love Anastasia, probably because of Yul Brynner and my fascination with the Romanovs. And despite it’s faults I also enjoy Saratoga Trunk.

  5. Gaslight is a terrifying move. With fab frocks of course. This post makes me want to search for ‘”Ellen and Her Men” which was released in the English speaking world as “Paris Does Strange Things” with the by-line “The only thing gayer than April in Paris is Bergman in Paris”….
    And yes, although not a frock-flick, another sigh for Casablanca…speaking of which Claude Rains well deserves a Man Candy Monday….

  6. “Gaslight,” although admittedly not an appropriate movie to watch late at night–but I love both Bergman AND Boyer.

  7. The amazing thing about Bergman is how she can be exactly as beautiful as the role requires. If the script calls for plain, she’s plain. If it calls for gorgeous and glamorous she delivers. As an actress her range was astonishing.

  8. Under Capricorn is probably Hitchcock’s most forgotten film but I really enjoy it. The technicolor is gorgeous, too.

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