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Bergman

1. (Ernst) Ingmar . born 1918, Swedish film and stage director, whose films include The Seventh Seal (1956), Wild Strawberries (1957), Persona (1966), Scenes from a Marriage (1974), Autumn Sonata (1978), and Fanny and Alexander (1982)
2. Ingrid. 1915--82, Swedish film and stage actress, working in Hollywood 1938--48; noted for her leading roles in many films, including Casablanca (1942), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), Anastasia (1956), and The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
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French cinema specialist Laurent Delmas said France's national cinema school required aspiring students to analyse a five-minute extract from a Bergman film as part of last year's entrance exams.
Following the transaction EKOS is wholly owned by the Bergman & Beving group.
Bergman treads lightly around his principal thesis, which is: The Bush administration is bullying journalists who report that which it doesn't want reported.
The Bergman case was unusual because it was prosecuted under the state's elder abuse and dependent adult law, not malpractice law.
In his first defence of the WBU belt, Bergman was forced into a 12-round battle with Wexford-born Derek Roche.
Bergman says that the biscuits, sold in loosely tied cellophane bags, are so delicate and breakable that they're difficult to package, yet in heavy demand.
The California Medical Board took no action against Chin on a complaint filed by the Bergman children.
Bergman, 54, began working with the paper in May 1998 while serving as a producer for the "CBS Evening News.
Bergman once said that his father often humiliated him.
This winter, however, the jet stream blew in two drastically different patters, never making the upward swing through Texas, according to Bergman.
This was an extraordinarily difficult case to bring to trial, and we are very pleased we were able to provide the Granvilles some measure of financial security while they fight the effects of this horrible disease," Matthew Bergman, founder of Bergman Draper Ladenburg and the Granvilles' attorney, said.