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To Live in Peace (1951)

TV Movie  |  Drama  |  27 November 1951 (UK)
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Set in an idyllic mountain village near Siena in Italy in 1804. The priest Don Geronimo and his flock go about their lives contentedly and peacefully, with illness and ill-will a rarity in ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Victor Rietti ...
Don Geronimo Buonaparte
Robert Rietty ...
Maso
Grace Arnold ...
Agnese
Petra Davies ...
Mattea
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Victor Baring ...
Cecco
Peter Bennett ...
Doctor
Richard Butler ...
Corporal Martiez (1st April 1952 version)
Dera Cooper ...
Peasant
Patrick Crean ...
Captain Oddofredi (1st April 1952 version)
Mary Daniels ...
Singer
John Fabian ...
Captain Oddofredi
Catherina Ferraz ...
Maria
Elizabeth Goodman ...
Peasant
Pamela Humphrey ...
Peasant
Oliver Johnston ...
Cavaliere Dossi
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Set in an idyllic mountain village near Siena in Italy in 1804. The priest Don Geronimo and his flock go about their lives contentedly and peacefully, with illness and ill-will a rarity in the village. One day however, the French army arrives with a General on a mission to Don Geronimo which attracts nobles and lawyers and begins to cause greed and ambition amongst people in the village. Written by Anonymous

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Victor Rietti was nominated for an Oscar both for his adaptation and for his own performance as the priest, Don Geronimo Buonaparte. See more »

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