Between Stage and Screen: Ingmar Bergman Directs

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Index
acting
areas, 50
style, 83-4, 85
actors in Bergman productions
Ahlstedt, Börje, 85, 184
Atzorn, Robert, 69
Benktsson, Benkt-Åke, 11
Berggren, Thommy, 67
Bergman, Mats, 179
Bjelvenstam, Björn, 123
Björk, Halvar, 164
Björnstrand, Gunnar, 11, 98, 117, 168
Edwall, Allan, 11, 174
Ek, Anders, 11, 36, 105, 150, 192, 194
Ekerot, Bengt, 97
Elfström, John, 130
Fridell, Åke, 106
Granath, Björn, 72
Guve, Bertil, 174
Henning, Uno, 130
Henrikson, Mathias, 34
Henriksson, Krister, 85
Josephson, Erland, 72, 150, 174
Kjellson, Ingvar, 132
Kulle, Jarl, 60, 67, 68, 174
Lindström, Jörgen, 138
Malmsjö, Jan, 174
Malmsten, Birger, 11, 192
Mattsson, Per, 72
Moritzen, Henning, 156
Olsson, Gunnar, 105, 194
Pawlo, Toivo, 11, 34
Poppe, Nils, 97
Prüzelius, Gösta, 87
Sjöberg, Gunnar, 115
Sjöstrand, Per, 119
Sjöström, Victor, 113, 128, 137
Stormare, Peter, 46, 67, 68
Strandmark, Erik, 104
Sundquist, Folke, 123
Sydow, Max von, 11, 97
Årlin, Georg, 27, 150
actresses in Bergman productions
Adolphson, Kristina, 27, 92
Allwin, Pernilla, 174
Andersson, Bibi, 11, 67, 68, 90, 97, 118, 139, 142
Andersson, Harriet, 11, 146
August, Pernilla, 72, 85, 174
Bergman, Ingrid, 160
Bergman, Linn156
Björk, Anna, 88
Broström, Gunnel, 124
Dahlbeck, Eva, 11
Ek, Malin, 27
Ekblad, Stina, 185
Fridh, Gertrud, 11, 36, 37, 124
Friedmann, Jane, 195, 198
Fröhling, Ewa, 174
Gill, Inga, 106
Göranzon, Marie, 46
Hansson, Maud, 98
Hiort af Ornäs, Barbro, 192
Kavli, Karin, 11
Kulle, Gerti, 46
Landgré, Inga, 99
Lindblom, Gunnel, 11, 99, 209
Malm, Mona, 130
Nilsson, Maj-Britt, 11, 192-3
Nyman, Lena, 164
Olin, Lena, 209
Richardson, Marie, 72
Russek, Rita, 69
Sylwan, Kari, 146

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Preface 7
  • PROLOGUE 9
  • PART 1 THE STAGE DIRECTOR 21
  • Strindberg, the Dream Play (1970) 23
  • Strindberg, the Ghost Sonata (1973) 30
  • Strindberg, Miss Julie (1985) 46
  • O'Neill, Long Day's Journey into Night (1988) 59
  • Ibsen, a Doll's House (1989) 69
  • Shakespeare, the Winter's Tale (1994) 81
  • PART 2 THE SCREEN DIRECTOR 93
  • The Seventh Seal (1957) 95
  • Wild Strawberries (1957) 112
  • Strindberg, Storm (1960) 128
  • Persona (1966) 137
  • Cries and Whispers (1973) 146
  • Autumn Sonata (1978) 160
  • Fanny and Alexander (1982) 174
  • PART 3 THE RADIO DIRECTOR 189
  • Strindberg, Easter (1952) 191
  • A Matter of the Soul (1990) 195
  • EPILOGUE 199
  • Notes 213
  • Selected Bibliography 226
  • List of Illustrations 231
  • Index 233
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