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As Time Goes By: Remembering Ingrid Bergman

The Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society Museum is presenting a special exhibit on the life and career of Ingrid Bergman, the legendary film star. The exhibit is drawn from the Ingrid Bergman Collection at the Wesleyan University Cinema Archives and will be open through Labor Day, September 6, 2004. The exhibit features rare photographs from her personal and professional life, film clips and other movie memorabilia, including the gown she wore in Indiscreet, letters from Ernest Hemingway, Frank Capra, Alfred Hitchcock, and much more.

At the Opening Night Gala the exhibit will be introduced by Miss Bergman’s daughters, Isabella Rossellini, a Bellport resident, and Pia Lindstrom. They will be interviewed by Cablevision host Shirley Romaine, after which they will answer questions from the audience. A special screening of a film created by Pia Lindstrom about her mother will also be part of the Gala festivities. Additionally, there will be a live auction featuring several distinctive items.

Funds raised at the Opening Night Gala will be used by the Historical Society, a non-profit organization, to fulfill its mission of preserving the history, heritage and beauty of our Long Island communities.

Listed below are the companies who help raise these funds:

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