People: Sep. 20, 1963

She has not made a movie in three years, but when Ingrid Bergman, 46, appeared in Rome for the first day's shooting of The Lady's Vengeance, it was clear that time must have a stop. Radiant and regal in a white Bangkok-silk suit, she was playing the richest woman in the world and even celeb-weary Italians were starstruck. Every one cheered delightedly a few days later when Ingrid, her Co-Star Anthony Quinn and Bette Davis—all two-time Oscar winners—were awarded Italy's own palm, the Silver Mask award, for exceptional contributions to the screen.

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