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When in Rome (1952)

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Father John X. Halligan
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Joe Brewster
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Aggiunto Bodulli
Carlo Rizzo ...
Antonio Silesto
Tudor Owen ...
Father McGinniss
Dino Nardi ...
Commissario Genoa
Aldo Silvani ...
Cabby with horse and buggy
Mario Siletti ...
Luigi Lugacetti
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Mrs. Lugacetti
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Rosa
Emory Parnell ...
Ship's Captain
Charles Fawcett ...
Mr. Cates
Alberto Lolli ...
Father Segatini
Adriano Ambrogi ...
Father Mariani
Amina Pirani Maggi ...
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10 July 1952 (Portugal)  »

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Paul Douglas comments that St. Peter's is bigger than Yankee Stadium. In fact, the Yankee Stadium of 1952 could fit into just the central aisle of St. Peter's. See more »

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Paul Douglas at his best
26 August 2001 | by (Leonia, NJ) – See all my reviews

This is a very wry twist on The Prince and The Pauper. Paul Douglas is a gambler who has run afoul of the law and evades serving his time by stealing Priest Van Johnson's identity. This simple plot is worked extremely insightfully and from the heart by Douglas and Johnson. Joseph Calleia adds balance and irreverence as the cynical chief of police. A couple twists you won't see coming coupled with one that you probably will, but will love anyway, makes the whole experience unforgettable and triumphant.


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