Welcome to "CASABLANCA"

CASABLANCA is a memorable film from Hollywood's Golden Age. This website is a homage to this movie. And what a movie it is! Adventure, an exotic locale, a memorable song, a beautiful heroine, a masculine hero, and an evil villain.

CASABLANCA has it all. No wonder everyone returns to this film again and again. Enjoy your journey through this site, and let me know what you think of it.



A collection of posters and lobby cards from around the world you can download. See how the film was advertised throughout its history.


CASABLANCA Photographs

This collection of pictures from the film includes stills from the movie as well as portraits of the cast and publicity shots.



Download audio clips straight from the CASABLANCA soundtrack. Here you will find your favorite quotes from this film.


"As Time Goes By"

The best known song from the film: a tune that had been featured in a Broadway show back in 1931. Dooley Wilson's performance made it a hit all over again.


"La Marseillaise"

The unforgeattable scene when Victor Laszlo leads the orchestra at Rick's Cafe in the rousing French national anthem is one of the highlights of the film. Vive la France!


"Die Wacht Am Rhein"

Learn about the anthem the Germans sing at Rick's Cafe before La Marseillaise drowns them out. A patriotic anthem going back to the Franco-Prussian War.



A simple timeline detailing the journey of this property from an unproduced Broadway play called "Everybody Comes to Rick's" to the immortal classic that it has become.



If you are interested in examining what a memo from producer Hal B. Wallis looked like, or if you want to see other Warner Brothers documents, then click here.



Here you will find links to other websites with even more information about this film. If you still yearn to find out more about CASABLANCA this is the place to go.


CASABLANCA NEWS: Madeleine LeBeau is dead at 92.

Madeleine LeBeau (1923-2016) the luminous French actress who played Rick Blaine's jilted lover in CASABLANCA died on May 1 after an accident in which she broke her thigh bone. She lived in the municipality of Estepona in Spain's Costa del Sol. She was 92 years old. She is thought to be the last surviving cast member of the film. Her great, unforgettable closeup during the singing of "La Marseillaise" and her patriotic, passionate shout of "Vive La France" forever cemented her image as an iconic component of this film. She herself had fled Nazi occupied France along with her then husband Marcel Dalio, who plays Emil the croupier in the film, and who also starred in Jean Renoir's two great films THE RULES OF THE GAME and THE GRAND ILLUSION. No doubt CASABLANCA was a very personal statement for both of them. Beyond CASABLANCA, Ms. LeBeau's other memorable performances includes a character named Madeleine in Federico Fellini's Academy Award classic 81/2.


More CASABLANCA Treasures

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