Casablanca Film Poster


In the Top 3 of The American Film Institute’s top 100 Greatest American Films Of All Time
Winner of 3 Academy Awards including Best Picture
Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Music

Of all the gin joints,
in all the towns,
in all the world,
she walks into mine.

Heading the list of The American Film Institute’s Top American Films Of All Time, “Casablanca” with Max Steiner’s Academy Award-nominated score captures an intriguing love story with both humor and enormous dramatic effect supported by the compelling themes of “As Time Goes By” and “La Marseillaise”. And “you must remember this”, Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart are unforgettable!

Program Information

Film Credits


Humphrey Bogart — Rick Blaine
Ingrid Bergman — Ilsa Lund
Paul Henreid — Victor Laszlo
Claude Rains — Capt. Renault
Conrad Veidt — Maj. Strasser
Sydney Greenstreet — Signor Ferrari
Peter Lorre — Ugarte
S.K. Sakall — Carl
Madeleine Lebeau — Yvonne
Dooley Wilson — Sam


Screenplay by
Julius J. Epstein
Philip G. Epstein
Howard Koch


Directed by
Michael Curtiz


Produced by
Hal B. Wallis
Jack L. Warner


Music by
Max Steiner


Film Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.


Production Credits

Producer: John Goberman

Live orchestra adaptation by: Patrick Russ

Technical Supervisor: Pat McGillen

Music Preparation: Larry Spivack


Running Time: 102 minutes


The producer wishes to acknowledge the contributions and extraordinary support of John Waxman (Themes & Variations).



A Symphonic Night at the Movies is a production of PGM Productions, Inc. (New York) and appears by arrangement with IMG Artists.


Flute 1

Flute 2/Alto Flute/Piccolo

Oboe 1

Oboe 2/English Horn

Bb Clarinet 1

Bb Clarinet 2

Bb Clarinet 3/Bass Clarinet

Bassoon 1

Bassoon 2

4 Horns

3 Trumpets

3 Trombones



5 Percussion (1 doubles timpani)

2 Harps (2nd Harp optional)

Piano 1

Piano 2/Celeste


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