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Escapade in Florence: Part 1 

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Tommy Carpenter
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Annette Aliotto
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Bruno
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Aunt Gisella
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Lorenzo
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Count Roberto
Odoardo Spadaro ...
Padrone
Carlo Rizzo ...
Uncle Mario
Renzo Palmer ...
Carabiniere
Richard Watson ...
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Helen Stirling ...
Miss Brooks
Elisa Cegani ...
Felicia
Liana Del Balzo ...
Countess Della Scala
George Ehling ...
Gino (as Georges Ehling)
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Professor Levenson
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An Artist Paints a Deadly Portrait of Intrigue!


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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Annette Funicelo at home in Florence, A beauty!
8 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

I ought to let you know I've just screened Escapade in Florence and was quite taken by it. The setting, the story, the music and the Superior Technicolor process, of course all doing justice to Florentine and the subject matter. I would say there's only a handful of Disney's that are really great from a film making point of view and i say this would be one of them. It has a good story with humor and mystery amongst

the best backdrop one could ever desire for atmosphere reflecting a bygone era in gorgeous Technicolor , the early 1960's. With brilliant reds and green and blues, lively animated people and dinky and fancy motor vehicles of the past like the old vespers set amidst a beautiful city of art and monuments, quite chic and savvy.

If you are at all a romantic, nostalgic and love Europe, I urge you not to pass this up. this show is priceless. You'll find this program is a record of great romantic bygone era. It's essence has well been captured with high production values unsurpassed!

Catchy songs and renditions of old Italian favorites are the highlights with an all star Disney cast, this in itself is enough to win you over.


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