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Cast: Gregory Peck, Tullio Carminati, Franco Corsaro, Audrey Hepburn, Paolo Carlini, Eddie Albert, Laura Solari, Paola Borboni, Claudio Ermelli, Tania Weber, John Horne, Paul Gary, Alfred Browne, Giacomo Penza, Harcourt Williams, Ugo De Pascale, Maurice Montabre, Gildo Bocci, Patricia Varner, Andrea Esterhazy, Jan Dijksgraaf, Joop van Hulzen, Luigi Locchi, Desiderio Nobile, Hartley Power, Nicola Konopleff, Rabindranath Mitter, G. Kabulska, Giustino Olivieri, Mario Lucinni, Princess Lilamani, Mimmo Poli, Hank Werbe, Friedrich Lampe, Judy Wyler, Silvio Bagolini, Julio Moriones, George Higgins II, Dominique Rika, Gianna Segale, Alfredo Rizzo, Amedeo Trilli, Ugo Ballerini, Helen Fondra, Kurt Klinger, Armando Ambrogi, Giovanni Fostini, Ferdinando De Aldisio, Eric Oulton, Sir Hari Singh, Richard Neuhaus, Maurizio Arena, Diane Lante, Octave Senoret, Sytske Galema, J. Cortes Cavanillas, Luis Marino, Pietro Pastore, Cesare Viori, Luigi Moneta, John Cortay, Jacques Ferrier, Gherda Fehrer, Catherine Wyler, Giuliano Raffaelli, Gorella Gori, Margaret Rawlings, Richard McNamara, Carlo Rizzo, Armando Annuale, Sidney Gordon, Piero Scanziani, Bruno Baschiera, Helen Tubbs, Alcide Tico, Stephen House, Princess Alma Cattaneo, Adam Jennette, Dianora Veiga, Marco Tulli, Edward Hitchcock, Teresa Gauthier, Vittoria Crispo, Heinz Hindrich, Otto Gross (Show Less)
Roman Holiday is a 1953 romantic comedy directed and produced by William Wyler. It stars Gregory Peck as a reporter and Audrey Hepburn as a royal princess out to see Rome on her own. Hepburn won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance; the screenplay and costume design also won. It... ... Show More
Roman Holiday is a 1953 romantic comedy directed and produced by William Wyler. It stars Gregory Peck as a reporter and Audrey Hepburn as a royal princess out to see Rome on her own. Hepburn won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance; the screenplay and costume design also won. It was written by John Dighton and Dalton Trumbo, though with Trumbo on the Hollywood blacklist, he did not receive a credit; instead, Ian McLellan Hunter fronted for him. Trumbo's credit was reinstated when the film was released on DVD in 2003. On December 19, 2011, full credit for Trumbo's work was restored. Blacklisted director Bernard Vorhaus worked on the film as an assistant director under a pseudonym. It was shot at the Cinecittà studios and on location around Rome during the "Hollywood on the Tiber" era. The film was screened in the 14th Venice film festival within the official program. In the 1970s, both Peck and Hepburn were approached with the idea of a sequel, but the project never came to fruition. The film was remade for television in 1987 with Tom Conti and Catherine Oxenberg, who is herself a member of a European royal family. Show Less
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