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of an unforgettable love story that happens in Casablanca during the early years of WWII
 
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produced in 1942, starred by Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine, Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa Lund; directed by Michael Curtiz, screenplay by Julius Epstein, Philip Epstein, Howard Koch; produced by Hal B Wallis, Jack L Warner; music by Max Steiner; cinematography by Arthur Edeson; film editing by Owen Marks. Director Michael Curtiz' Hungarian accent often caused confusion on the set. He asked a prop man for a "poodle" to appear in one scene. The prop man searched high and low for a poodle while the entire crew waited. He found one and presented it to Curtiz, who screamed "A poodle! A poodle of water!" S.Z. Sakall (Carl) actually has more screen time than Peter Lorre (Ugarte) or Sydney Greenstreet (Signor Ferrari). Rick and Ilsa standing over Sam's piano in Paris was the first scene to be shot. Hal B. Wallis's first choice for director was William Wyler. In the original script for Casablanca (1942), then titled "Everyone Come to Rick's", Ilsa was not a 'virtuous' woman.

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Casablanca (1942)
Casablanca (1942)
  1 I found myself much more reasonable
1 I found myself much more reasonable
  2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
  3 welcome you to Casablanca
3 welcome you to Casablanca
  4 Here's looking at you kid
4 Here's looking at you kid
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  5 Even when I knew you in Paris
5 Even when I knew you in Paris
  6 I never was much of a businessman
6 I never was much of a businessman
  7 Each of us has a destiny
7 Each of us has a destiny
  8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship
8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship