Come here often? Make your homepage » close

Get instant access to Download the XFINITY® One Click Google extension» close


Your XFINITY Connect session has timed out due to inactivity. Click here to go back close Taboo Then, Typical Now

1950: Ingrid Bergman Commits Adultery

It's the kind of story that makes huge tabloid headlines: A beautiful, married film star has an affair on a movie set. But an actress today probably would not face the wrath that Ingrid Bergman did for committing adultery with director Roberto Rossellini (the affair came to light when she became pregnant). The U.S. Senate even addressed the affair, with Colorado's Edwin C. Johnson denouncing Bergman as "a powerful influence for evil." The shame drove the actress to leave Hollywood for Italy; she would not return for several years. Pictured: Bergman in an Italian village during the making of "Stromboli," her first film with Rossellini. (Photo: Gordon Parks/Time and Life Pictures/Getty Images/
Visit LIFE: Your World in Pictures

The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.

Ad Info - Ad Feedback

Ad Info - Ad Feedback