Tag: Ingrid Bergman

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November 29, 2015 /

* Claudette Colbert (1948) Sun Valley – photographed by Earl Theisen. Getty Images * click on the red letters * Earl Theisen, my dad: Daughter finds negatives of Marilyn, more. *

August 29, 2015 /

When I was young, living in London, my parents took me to see Ingrid Bergman in Somerset Maugham’s The Constant Wife at the Albery Theatre. I remember very little of the play (a drawing room comedy first staged in 1926 with Ethel Barrymore in the lead) but what I do…

August 29, 2015 /

The great erotic moment in “Vertigo” is the one where the man kisses the woman of his fantasy, while the room whirls around him. There is a parallel scene in “Notorious,” and it was famous at the time as “the longest kiss in the history of the movies.” It was…

July 18, 2015 /

“…and there I suddenly found my articulate self in a dazzling land of smiling, jostling people wearing and not wearing all sorts of costumes and doing all sorts of clever things. And that’s when I knew! What other life could there be but that of an actor?” Cary Grant “I…