“Watching Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman on screen is like watching two relics of American cultural life, rather than just two actors. They are both not only beautiful but also magnetic — a combination that makes ‘Casablanca’ one of the greatest examples of classical Hollywood film, right up there with ‘Citizen Kane’ and ‘Gone With the Wind.'” – Isabel T. Mehta, The Harvard Crimson

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