Before arriving in America, the utterly beautiful and talented Ingrid Bergman was one of Sweden's biggest stars with roles in ‘Munkbroggreven’ (1935), ‘Swedenheilms’ (1935) and ‘Intermezzo’ (1936). Her first Hollywood film was a successful remake of the latter and she followed it with many other iconic productions of the 1940s including ‘Rage in Heaven’ (1941), ‘Casablanca’ (1942), ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ (1943), ‘The Bells of St Mary's’ (1945), Alfred Hitchcock's ‘Spellbound’ (1945) and ‘Notorious’ (1946), as well as ‘Joan of Arc’ (1948). Bergman received two Academy Awards for Best Actress for ‘Gaslight’ (1944) and ‘Anastasia’ (1956). Also, she took the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her performance in the all-star cast film, ‘The Murder on the Orient Express’ (1974). Her very last film was ‘Autumn Sonata’ (1978).