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Notorious, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

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Q: What is the movie which starred Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer?
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Who starred in gaslight?

Ingrid Berman, Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotton (I think), and Angela Lansbury (for she got an Oscar nomination).

What is Charles Boyer's birthday?

Charles Boyer was born on August 28, 1899.

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Where did the phrase 'you've been gaslighted' originate?

It comes from the 1944 film called Gaslight... From "... was about a diabolical, Victorian criminal husband (Charles Boyer playing against type) who systematically and methodically attempts to torment, menace, and drive his bedeviled, fragile wife (Ingrid Bergman) mad. Its title was derived from the frequent dimming and flickering of the gaslights. The phrase "to gaslight" someone (to deliberately drive someone insane by psychologically manipulating their environment and tricking someone into believing that they are insane), was derived from the film. "