lesliehowardforever:

Leslie Howard and Ingrid Bergman, publicity photo for Intermezzo

lesliehowardforever:

Leslie Howard and Ingrid Bergman, publicity photo for Intermezzo

fab-ingrid:

Indiscreet, 1958

Depressed (bad thing), rainy day (wonderful thing), Saturday (yay!)…

Ingrid to the rescue!

Cactus Flower will be on soon

signorinastromboli:

19.07.2014
Stockholm - terzo giorno
Ingrid Bergman

A grave that is as elegant as Ingrid

signorinastromboli:

19.07.2014

Stockholm - terzo giorno

Ingrid Bergman

A grave that is as elegant as Ingrid

walkedbackwards:

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missbergman:

Ingrid Bergman and Isabella Rossellini
#scan #magazine

FEEEEEEELS

missbergman:

Ingrid Bergman and Isabella Rossellini

#scan #magazine

FEEEEEEELS

willliamgraham:

"In the name of the dead I accuse you of aborting your duty as a human being. I accuse you of letting love go by, of neglecting your duty to be happy. Of living in evasion and subterfuge and resignation. You should be sentenced to death. You will be sentenced to solitude.”

"A horrible sentence.”

Anthony Perkins & Ingrid Bergman in Goodbye Again, (1961)

vintage-old-hollywood:

Oscar-winning actors Ingrid Bergman, Simone Signoret, Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster, Patricia Neal, Jack Lemmon, David Niven and Olivia De Havilland explain how to deliver an award-winning performance at the 38th Academy Awards. Hosted by Bob Hope.

Lovely! Ingrid is the first one to talk :D

myingridbergman:

Ingrid and Italy
  “Do you know that after lunch, I simply must have my siesta? Did you ever hear of such a thing in Hollywood?   I’ve willingly succumbed to the Italian way of living. Here, you pause for breath. In fact, here you take time to breathe deeply. You don’t have to be running around from one place to another, frantic, to know that you’re alive. You don’t have to be active, active, active every minute of the day and night to know that you’re really in the swim.”

THIS

myingridbergman:

Ingrid and Italy

  “Do you know that after lunch, I simply must have my siesta? Did you ever hear of such a thing in Hollywood?
  I’ve willingly succumbed to the Italian way of living. Here, you pause for breath. In fact, here you take time to breathe deeply. You don’t have to be running around from one place to another, frantic, to know that you’re alive. You don’t have to be active, active, active every minute of the day and night to know that you’re really in the swim.”

THIS