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26 Nov 1942

1 hr 42 min

Drama, Romance

They had a date with fate in Casablanca!
Casablanca is a classic and one of the most revered films of all time. Starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in a love triangle in the city of Casablanca which is a refuge for many fleeing foreigners looking for a new life during the war. Political romance with a backdrop of war conflict between democracy and totalitarianism. A landmark in film history.


Status: Released
Country: USA
Languages: German, French, Italian, English
Awards: Won 3 Oscars. Another 4 wins & 8 nominations.
Budget: $878,000


Jack L. Warner (Executive Producer)
Hal B. Wallis (Producer)


(Theatre Play)
(Theatre Play)

Production Companies

Warner Bros. Pictures


Humphrey Bogart (as Rick Blaine)
Ingrid Bergman (as Ilsa Lund)
Paul Henreid (as Victor Laszlo)
Claude Rains (as Captain Louis Renault)
Conrad Veidt (as Major Heinrich Strasser)
Sydney Greenstreet (as Signor Ferrari)
Peter Lorre (as Ugarte)
S.Z. Sakall (as Carl)
Madeleine Lebeau (as Yvonne)
Dooley Wilson (as Sam)
Joy Page (as Annina Brandel)
John Qualen (as Berger)
Leonid Kinskey (as Sascha)
Curt Bois (as Pickpocket)
Leon Belasco (as Dealer at Rick's (uncredited))
Nino Bellini (as Gendarme (uncredited))
Oliver Blake (as Waiter at the Blue Parrot (uncredited))
Monte Blue (as American (uncredited))
Eugene Borden (as Policeman (uncredited))
Sebastian Cabot (as Bearded Man in Street Watching Plane in Flight (uncredited))
Spencer Chan (as Guest at Rick's (uncredited))
Gino Corrado (as Waiter at Rick's (uncredited))
Marcel Dalio (as Emil - Croupier at Rick's (uncredited))
Helmut Dantine (as Jan Brandel (uncredited))
Jean Del Val (as Police Officer (uncredited))
William Edmunds (as Second Contact Man at Rick's (uncredited))
Herbert Evans (as Englishman Questioning Casino's Honesty (uncredited))
Fred Farrell (as Singing Frenchman (uncredited))
O.K. Ford (as Conspirator (uncredited))
Gregory Gaye (as German Banker Refused by Rick (uncredited))
Creighton Hale (as Customer (uncredited))
Winifred Harris (as Englishwoman (uncredited))
Arthur Stuart Hull (as Elderly Admirer (uncredited))
Olaf Hytten (as Pickpocketed Prosperous Man (uncredited))
George Meeker (as Rick's Friend (uncredited))
Lal Chand Mehra (as Policeman (uncredited))
Louis Mercier (as Conspirator (uncredited))
Torben Meyer (as Dutch Banker at Cafe Table (uncredited))
Alberto Morin (as French Officer Insulting Yvonne (uncredited))
Paul Panzer (as Paul - Waiter at Rick's (uncredited))
Frank Puglia (as Arab Vendor (uncredited))
Georges Renavent (as Conspirator (uncredited))
Dewey Robinson (as Bouncer at Rick's (uncredited))
Dan Seymour (as Abdul (uncredited))
George Sorel (as Native Officer (uncredited))
Ludwig Stössel (as Mr. Leuchtag (uncredited))
Jacques Vanaire (as Frenchman (uncredited))
Ellinor Vanderveer (as Woman Gambler at Rick's Next to Croupier (uncredited))
Norma Varden (as Wife of Pickpocketed Englishman (uncredited))
Hans Heinrich von Twardowski (as German Officer with Yvonne (uncredited))
Wolfgang Zilzer (as Man with Expired Papers (uncredited))
Paul Porcasi (as Native Introducing Ferrari (uncredited))
Frank Mazzola (as Moroccan Boy (uncredited))
Henry Rowland (as German Officer (uncredited))
Michael Mark (as Vendor (uncredited))



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