Gaslight (1944) - (Movie Clip) Free Yourself From The Past
From director George Cukors opening in foggy London, we jump ten years to Italy where Ingrid Bergman has matured, but is losing interest in opera, to the dismay of her devoted teacher (Emil Rameau as Maestro Guardi), and Charles Boyer appears in his first scene as a mere hired accompanist, in Gaslight, 1944.
Gaslight (1944) - (Re-issue Trailer)
A newlywed fears she's going mad when strange things start happening at the family mansion in Gaslight (1944), starring Ingrid Bergman.
Gaslight (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Shall Have Your Dream
Vacationing at Lake Como, new husband Gregory (Charles Boyer) mentions his apparently coincidental dream of a home in London, identical to the home in which his traumatized wife Paula (Ingrid Bergman) found her murdered aunt, early in George Cukor's Gaslight, 1944.
Gaslight (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Thought I Was Being Cruel!
Gregory (Charles Boyer) cranking up the mind games, first surprising already shaken Paula (Ingrid Bergman) with news of big plans for the evening, then turning on her with another shaming accusation, maid Elizabeth (Barbara Everest) called as a witness, in George Cukor's Gaslight, 1944.
Gaslight (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It's An Odd Household
Vignettes from director George Cukor, Ingrid Bergman as newlywed Paula, whose husband keeps suggesting shes become unstable, with iffy maid Nancy (Angela Lansbury), then observed by neighbor Miss Thwaites (Dame May Witty), and Joseph Cotten, whose interest has not been explained, in Gaslight, 1944.
Gaslight (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Six Wives Buried In The Cellar
Exposition cloaked in coincidence, George Cukor directing, as Paula (Ingrid Bergman) meets Miss Thwaites (Dame May Whitty), who turns out to be personally linked to her own childhood trauma, as she begins a vacation to consider whether she should marry Daniel (Charles Boyer), early in Gaslight, 1944.
Gaslight (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Saw Someone I Know Is Dead
Touring the Tower Of London, increasingly nervous Paula (Ingrid Bergman) and spooky husband Gregory (Charles Boyer), who seems determined to convince her she's behaving erratically, bump into a guy (Joseph Cotten) who's struck by her appearance, in George Cukor's Gaslight, 1944.