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||August 29, 1982
||August 29, 1915
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RATE AND COMMENT
Film acting debut in "Munkbrogreven/Count from Munkbro/The Count of the Monk's Bridge"
In Hollywood; debut in "Intermezzo" (remake of earlier Swedish film (1936) which she also starred in)
Broadway debut in "Liliom" (dir. Gregory Ratoff)
In Europe, first in Hitchcock's "Under Capricorn" (Great Britain), then in six films by husband Roberto Rossellini, beginning with "Stromboli" (1949)
Senator Edward C. Johnson attacked RKO for exploiting Bergman's behavior in ads for the Italian import "Stromboli" (1950) and denounced her as "a powerful influence for evil" in the US Senate on March 14; he also called for the licensing of filmmakers and stars, so that permits could be revoked if they were found guilty of mortal turpitude
After Jean Renoir's "Elena et les hommes/Paris Does Strange Things" (France, 1955), returned to Hollywood for "Anastasia"
US TV debut as Miss Giddens in John Frankenheimer's adaptation of "The Turn of the Screw"