Cinema: Pia's Answer

In a Los Angeles courtroom last week, Cinemactress Ingrid Bergman's lawyers were fighting for the court's permission to let her daughter Pia, 13, visit her in Italy. Pia herself was finally asked how she felt about it. A well-poised child with a hint of the freshly scrubbed beauty that made her mother's face world famous, Pia had graduated from junior high school only the day before. Her testimony, coming after a spate of harsh charges made by her father, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, against Ingrid's present husband, Italian Movie Director Roberto Rossellini, was candid enough to set her elders straight. Judge Mildred...

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