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Portrait: A Man Whose Name Was John (1973)

TV Movie  -   -  Biography | Drama  -  22 April 1973 (USA)
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During World War II, Archbishop Angelo Roncalli attempts to save Jews in Italy from Nazi exterminators.

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Don Galloway ...
Monsignor Thomas Ryan
David Opatoshu ...
Rabbi Isaac Herzog
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Numan Menemengioglu
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Calheiros de Menezes
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Col. Gunter Kroll
Scott Hylands ...
Captain Melech Ben Zvi
Aliza Gur ...
Rachel Friedman (as Alizia Gur)
Gil Anav ...
Joseph Kahn
Penny Santon ...
Maria Roncalli
Peter von Zerneck ...
Diana Ferziger ...
Marta
Clete Roberts ...
Clete Roberts
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During World War II, Archbishop Angelo Roncalli attempts to save Jews in Italy from Nazi exterminators.

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A good flick
20 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A decent movie, but as you can see from the review below by clyons, the calumny against Pope Pius XII never ceases. The so-called "silent" Pope was hailed at the time of his death by world Judaism as a hero who saved millions. Golda Meir praised him. The chief rabbi of Rome converted to Catholicism under Pius' wing. Leonard Bernstein halted a concert to mourn the passing of a "great humanitarian" upon learning of Pius' death. The New York Times editorialised in the 1940's that Pius was a lone voice crying out in the wilderness against the horrors of the Nazi regime. Why can't these pathetic Pius XII haters do a little research and get their facts straight? Ever heard of Google? Use it. Know what you're talking about before defaming one of the greatest, holiest men of the mid-20th century.


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