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Emmys flashback: Oscar winners Ingrid Bergman, Laurence Olivier, Geraldine Page take home TV’s top prize

Emmys flashback: Oscar winners Ingrid Bergman, Laurence Olivier, Geraldine Page take home TV’s top prize

With the Emmy Awards nominations set for Tuesday, it is a good time to back at a few of the greatest Emmy-winning and Emmy-nominated performances from some of the biggest stars in Hollywood.

Ingrid Bergman, “The Turn of the Screw” (1959)

The Oscar-winning Swedish actress certainly ended the 1950s on a different note than she began the decade. After making her U.S. film debut opposite Leslie Howard in 1939’s “Intermezzo,” Bergman became one of the top Hollywood stars earning her first Oscar for 1944’s “Gaslight.” Married with a young daughter, she shocked the U.S. when she had an affair and became pregnant by famed Italian director Roberto Rossellini during the production of “Stromboli.” She was even denounced in Congress for her affair. The couple did marry, have three children including actress Isabella Rossellini and made several films together before they divorced in 1957. All was forgiven by 1956 when she won

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