Ingrid Bergman was set to play the good girl in the 1941 version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde but she finagled her way to switching roles with Lana Turner to play the floozy.
While she was making Casablanca the script was still being written and Ingrid Bergman did not know if she was supposed to be in love with her husband or with Humphrey Bogart. That did not stop her from giving a great performance in an all time great movie.
Supposedly Ernest Hemingway was very happy with the movie version of his romantic tale of the Spanish Civil War For Whom the Bell Tolls with Ingrid Bergman and Gary Cooper.
Gaslight is a topnotch psychological drama set in foggy London where Ingrid Bergman is being driven insane by her evil husband.
They added Ingrid Bergman as a nun in The Bells of St Mary's a sequel to Bing Crosby's singing priest movie Going My Way. A rare occasion where the sequel surpasses the original.
Notorious is a favorite Alfred Hitchcock movie. Ingrid Bergman is the boozy daughter of a Nazi hiding in South America who falls for Cary Grant
Anastasia is the fascinating story of a woman who purports to be the daughter of the Russian czar who escaped the family's massacre.
Based on a true story The Inn of the Sixth Happiness stars Ingrid Bergman as an Englishwoman who goes to China and becomes a heroine saving many children during the Japanese invasion.
Perhaps fittingly for the Swedish woman who spoke five languages Ingrid Bergman's last movie was a foreign language film. Autumn Sonata directed by Ingmar Bergman is a powerful mother daughter relationship story.
Ingrid Bergman Academy Awards®
Best Actress Nomination for Autumn Sonata --- 1979
Best Actress Win for Anastasia --- 1957 Best Actress Nomination for Joan of Arc --- 1949 Best Actress Nomination for The Bells of St. Mary's --- 1946 Best Actress Win for Gaslight --- 1945 Best Actress Nomination for For Whom the Bell Tolls --- 1944