Hitchcock Chronology: Ingrid Bergman
- The Hitchcocks celebrate their daughter Patricia's high school graduation with a lavish party at their Bellagio Road house. Among the guests are Alida Valli, Whitfield Cook, Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Arthur Laurents, Farley Granger, Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.
- 6th - To celebrate the imminent start of filming on the first Transatlantic Pictures production, Rope, Hitchcock hosts a party at his Bellagio Road home. Among the guests are Sidney Bernstein and his wife, Arthur Laurents, Whitfield Cook, John Hodiak, Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant.
- 28th - A press event is held at the London headquarters of Transatlantic Pictures to announce that Michael Wilding will star opposite Ingrid Bergman in Hitchcock's next feature film, Under Capricorn.
- 19th - After being delayed by a technician's strike, principal photography begins on the second Transatlantic Pictures film, Under Capricorn, starring Michael Wilding, Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten.
- 23rd - Hitchcock and Ingrid Bergman take part in a photoshoot in London.
- Under Capricorn opens at the Radio City Music Hall, New York City, to mostly negative reviews. Ingrid Bergman's "scandalous" affair with Italian director Roberto Rossellini creates negative press for the film, causing some US exhibitors to avoid booking the film. Angered by the press, Bergman refuses to do any publicity for the film.
- At the end of March, the Hitchcocks embark on a two-month long European vacation with their daughter, Patricia. They ship their car ahead and collect it in Naples, with Alma driving the family to Capri, Rome (where they meet with Ingrid Bergman, Florence, Venice and Villa d'Este by the shores of Lake Como.
- 3rd - The BBC Radio Light Programme broadcasts a portrait of Hitchcock with contributions from Michael Balcon, Tallulah Bankhead, Ingrid Bergman, Alma Reville, Frank Mills and James Stewart.
- 13th - Hitchcock attends the opening night's performance of Eugene O'Neill's play "More Stately Mansion" in Los Angeles, which stars Ingrid Bergman. Afterwards, he joins Bergman at a post-event party.
- 7th - Hitchcock receives the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award at a star-studded ceremony hosted by Ingrid Bergman. Due to concerns about his health, Hitchcock pre-records his acceptance speech in the afternoon and this footage is spliced together with the evening's speech into the final TV broadcast version.
- Ingrid Bergman pays Hitchcock a final visit — "He took both my hands and tears streamed down his face and he said, 'Ingrid, I'm going to die,' and I said, 'But of course you are going to die sometime, Hitch ... we are all going to die.' And then I told him that I, too, had recently been very ill, and that I had thought about it, too. And for a moment the logic of that seemed to make him more peaceful."
- 3rd - A requiem mass is held at Westminster Cathedral in London for Alfred Hitchcock. Amongst the attendees are Sidney Bernstein, Ingrid Bergman, Ann Todd, Elsie Randolph, Anna Neagle, Joan Harrison, Barry Foster and George Perry.
- 29th - Actress Ingrid Bergman, who starred in Spellbound, Notorious and Under Capricorn, dies aged 67.
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 359.
- Spoto gives a start date of July 10th.
- The Dark Side of Genius: The Life of Alfred Hitchcock (1983) by Donald Spoto, page 285
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 405
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 411
- See this press photo.
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, pages 422-23. However, the Film Bulletin (13/Sep/1948) journal reports a start date of early September in London.
- Hitchcock Gallery: 23/Oct/1948
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, pages 437-38
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 454
- Close-Up of Alfred Hitchcock (BBC Radio, 03/Apr/1955)
- Project Genome: BBC Radio Times Archive
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, 739
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 742
- The Times (04/Jun/1980) - Tribute to a master of the macabre