"The last surviving actress from the iconic movie Casablanca has died.
Madeleine Lebeau played Yvonne, the jilted lover of Humphrey Bogart's Rick Blaine, in the 1942 film.
Lebeau's stepson told The Hollywood Reporter that she had died aged on May 1 in Estepona, Spain aged 92, after breaking her thigh bone.
The French-born actress was preceded in death by all of her credited Casablanca co-stars, including leads Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
In Casablanca Lebeau's Yvonne was rejected by Bogart's Rick following a one-night stand.
She was seen drowning her sorrows at his nightclub, before making another drunken pass at him, after which he tasked a bartender with taking her home.
Yvonne later returned on the arm of a German soldier.
In a memorable scene from the movie as the French patrons and German drinkers battled to sing their national anthems, Yvonne cried and shouted Vive La France as she performed the Le Marseillaise.
When Lebeau filmed Casablanca, she and her Jewish actor husband Marcel Dalio had just fled France themselves, escaping Paris in 1940 shortly before the Germans invaded.
They reached Lisbon and after a wait received Chilean exit visas.
But in a scene worthy of Hollywood itself, when their ship docked in Mexico they and 200 others were said to have been left stranded, with their purchased visas found to be fake.
The couple eventually received temporary Canadian visas and entered the U.S.
Lebeau made her Hollywood debut in 1941, filming Casablanca later that year, while on a $100-a-week contract with Warner Bros.
Dalio also appeared in the movie as Emil the croupier.
Lebeau and Dalio divorced in 1942, with Lebeau later marrying Oscar nominated screenwriter Tullio Pinelli.