The Milano Opera Company comes to Pryor College to perform William Tell and Duncan falls for the beautiful lead singer and runs afoul of her boyfriend, the fiery Farino.

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Bobby Diamond ...
Duncan Gillis (as Robert Diamond)
Roxane Berard ...
Rosa Cesara
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Alfredo Farino
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Hans R. Wolt ...
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Hanging out at the college, Dunky and Maynard, who were looking for a beauty pageant, instead stumble across the production of an opera in rehearsal. Despite not liking opera at all, Dunky falls in love at first sight with the opera's diva, Rosa Cesara, who lives up to the modern definition of diva. Rosa is dating the opera's director, the jealous Alfredo Farino. Due to an argument she has with Alfredo, Rosa makes a play for Dunky to make Alfredo jealous. If Alfredo is angry enough, his and Dunky's final encounter may take place on stage, where Dunky has the non-singing role of William Tell. Written by Huggo

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2 January 1963 (USA)  »

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Per the title, William Tell was a legendary archer famous for shooting an apple off his son's head. The most famous adaptation of his story is the musical composition "The William Tell Overture" from Gioacchino Rossini's 1829 opera "William Tell" that was also used as the theme for the radio show "The Lone Ranger". See more »

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