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'Roman Holiday' DVD Gregory Peck (1953), New

Model: V369

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Roman Holiday' DVD, Gregory Peck (1953), New & Sealed.

Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) is a bored princess visiting Rome. One night, she decides to escape from the palace where she is lodged and visit the city as a common person. However, due to the medication gave by her doctor to relieve her anxiety and stress, she sleeps in a bank of a square. Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) is a broken American correspondent who finds Ann and feels sorrow for her. He brings Ann to his apartment to rest until the next day. Then he realizes that she is the missing princess and he sees the change to earn lots of money with a great article to press. He calls his friend and photographer Irving Radovich (Eddie Albert) to get some pictures of her to increase the value of the report. They spend a day in Rome together, where all the wishes of Ann are accomplished. This fairy tale will end in the most correct way. This fifty (50) years collector's edition on DVD was released in Brazil a couple of months ago. I have never watched this movie before and I am amazed: what a splendid story! This movie is the debut of Audrey Hepburn on the screen. What an outstanding actress she was! She could be fragile in a moment and great and noble (without arrogance) in the other. 'Sabrina' is a good example of how easy she could perform any role. The great direction of the fantastic Wylliam Wyler is marvelous as usual. This director, as well as Frank Capra and Billy Wilder, knew how to explore and present on the screen the elegant and almost naive behavior of the society in the 50`s. Imagine in the present days the malice and malevolence that the viewers would say about, for example, Joe brings home a beautiful girl like Ann. In 1953, this sympathetic action would be acceptable. Irving is the authentic paparazzo. However, this expression was created only after Fellini's 'La Dolce Vita' (1960), with the character of Walter Santesso. My vote is ten.
Production Note:

Director: William Wyler

Writing credits: Dalton Trumbo (story) (front Ian McLellan Hunter)
Ian McLellan Hunter (screenplay)


Gregory Peck .... Joe Bradley
Audrey Hepburn .... Princess Ann ('Anya Smith')
Eddie Albert .... Irving Radovich
Hartley Power .... Mr. Hennessy, editor
Harcourt William .... Ambassador
Margaret Rawlings .... Countess Vereberg
Tullio Carminati .... Gen. Provno
Paolo Carlini .... Mario Delani, hairdresser
Claudio Ermelli .... Giovanni, landlord
Paola Borboni .... Charwoman
Alfredo Rizzo .... Cab driver
Laura Solari .... Secretary
Gorella Gori .... Shoe seller
Heinz Hindrich .... Dr. Bonnachoven
John Horne .... Master of Ceremonies

Video: 4:3 Fullscreen

Audio: Dolby Digital

Languages: English

Subtitles: English / Chinese (Removable)

Runtime: 118mins.

Colour: Black & White

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