Listen Up "Casablanca" Fans, Here's The 10 Things You Should Know About The Classic Film
Here's what you need to know about this classic movie.
Don Siegel directed the opening scene in the movie and went on to direct Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Dirty Harry.Â
She played the nightclub singer in the "La Marseillaise" scene.
One series aired in 1955 and the other aired in 1983.Â
It was featured six times in the AFI'sÂ 100 Years...100 Movie QuotesÂ list.
Bogart was taking lessons in Swedish from his co star Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid adopted his gardener's two daughters who were refugees from Europe.
Shots of Humphrey Bogart in a trench coat wielding a gun were actually from a movie called Across the Pacific.
The original play, titledÂ Everybody Comes to Rickâ€™s, was co-authored by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison. They sold their rights to the play for just $20,000, a record amount at the time.Â
But the director that Warner Bros. executives pitched the idea to, FranÃ§ois Truffaut, wasn't into it.Â
He was in active duty with the U.S. Cavalry Reserve at time, so we couldn't have been in the film.Â
The first scene filmed was a flashback scene, but star Ingrid Bergman didn't know which character she should be falling in love with because the script wasn't finished.