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Strange Witness (1952)
"Angelo tra la folla" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  3 October 1952 (USA)
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Angelo Maggio ...
Angelo
Umberto Spadaro ...
La Spada
Isa Pola ...
Countess Melitta
Luisella Beghi ...
Sister Luisa
Lia Murano ...
Ninuccia
Aldo Capacci ...
Pietro
Nino Milano ...
Bruno
Maria Parisi ...
Sora Rosa
Ugo De Pascale ...
Goldstein
Desiderio Nobile ...
Blumfield
Silvio Bagolini ...
Cavaliere Bartolozzi
Oscar Andriani ...
Cmdr. Petroni
Anna Silena ...
Sister Beatrice
Edoardo Toniolo ...
Flores
Giovanna Galletti ...
Giocatrice
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14 January 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Released in the United States in 1952 to benefit from the moderate success of IL MULATTO (ANGELO), this movie operates in a very different mode. IL MULATTO was a sentimental drama about a boy who was the son of a married Italian girl and a black American G.I. who had seduced her, and the problems the child incurs when the husband of his mother rejects him after her death. ANGELO IN THE CROWD, on the other hand, is a taut little melodrama about an orphan boy who witnesses a brutal murder, gets lost in the city of Rome, is almost strangled by the killer until the police intervene. Angelo Maggio, the appealing little boy who plays in both films, does a great job here as well. Shown in Italy from time to time on TV, the movie remains very difficult to see in the U.S. It was also known as STRANGE WITNESS.


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