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'Life' remembers Ingrid Bergman's landmark career

Cinephiles and casual film fans alike will have some familiarity with Ingrid Bergman’s large body of work. The actress is perhaps most widely remembered for her starring role opposite Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca, but Bergman’s more than 40-year career is replete with memorable—and award-winning—roles. On the anniversary of her passing, Life has compiled a gallery of Bergman to celebrate her career.

In tracking Bergman’s time in the spotlight, which included three Academy Awards and appearances in films like For Whom the Bell TollsJoan of Arc, and GaslightLife recalls a 1943 interview with the actress in which she said, “I am an actress and I am interested in acting, not in making money.”

Bergman acted until late in her life, frequently appearing on television and onstage in addition to her work on film. But her time in the spotlight also put her personal life front and center for many of her fans.

Head over to Life‘s remembrance of the actress to learn more about her personal and professional life and see photos of her work.

Producer pushing for 'Casablanca' sequel

In one of cinema’s iconic moments, at the end of Casablanca, Humphrey Bogart’s Rick Blaine says, “Louie, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.” Well, the famously open-ended conclusion may not have been a conclusion at all. One of the film’s Oscar-winning screenwriters, Howard Koch, penned a treatment for a sequel more than 30 years ago; Cass Warner, granddaughter of Warner Bros. co-founder Harry Warner, wants to realize that vision, the New York Post reports

“It was just gold,” Warner tells EW of discovering the 1980 treatment at Koch’s home in Woodstock, NY. “When he pulled that out and showed it to me, I almost fainted.”

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