|aka Ida Berger, née Eula
b. 14th December 1886, Spain? or 14th December 1889, USA ?
d. 29th November 1974, New York, USA
Bergere was one of the American screenwriters who came from America to work for Famous Player-Lasky’s British studio in Islington, London, in the late 1910s/early 1920s. Titles she worked on in Britain include The Man From Home (1922) and Bella Donna (1923), both directed by George Fitzmaurice.
Bergere was married to Fitzmaurice and in 1926 she became second wife of Basil Rathbone.
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Sources: BFi Film and Television database