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    Ingmar Bergman meets one of the three sharks used in "Jaws" (1975) a few months after the film's release. This the last known photograph of any of the original "Bruce" sharks. (photo by John Bryson) - Imgur

  • Joseph Christina

    Ingmar Bergman and the shark from the movie Jaws, by John Bryson, 1975. The photo was not taken on the set of Jaws during its production period, as it is often claimed, but on the movie back lot months after the film was released.

  • John Urogdy

    Ingmar Bergman admiring one of three original Bruces from Jaws on the Universal backlot, 1975. “Among today’s directors I’m of course impressed by Steven Spielberg and Scorsese, and Coppola, even if he seems to have ceased making films, and Steven Soderbergh — they all have something to say, they’re passionate, they have an idealistic attitude to the filmmaking process.” — Bergman, 2002 Photo: John Bryson

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