Roman Holiday

Overwhelmed by her suffocating schedule, touring European princess Ann takes off for a night while in Rome. When a sedative she took from her doctor kicks in, however, she falls asleep on a park bench and is found by an American reporter, Joe Bradley, who takes her back to his apartment for safety. At work the next morning, Joe finds out Ann’s regal identity and bets his editor he can get exclusive interview with her, but romance soon gets in the way.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Joe Bradley: Gregory Peck
  • Princess Ann: Audrey Hepburn
  • Irving Radovich: Eddie Albert
  • Mr. Hennessy: Hartley Power
  • Ambassador: Harcourt Williams
  • Countess Vereberg: Margaret Rawlings
  • Gen. Provno: Tullio Carminati
  • Mario Delani: Paolo Carlini
  • Giovanni: Claudio Ermelli
  • Charwoman: Paola Borboni
  • Cab driver: Alfredo Rizzo
  • Hennessy’s Secretary: Laura Solari
  • Shoe Seller: Gorella Gori
  • Admiral Dancing with Princess (uncredited): Armando Annuale
  • Young Boy with Car (uncredited): Maurizio Arena
  • Flower Seller (uncredited): Gildo Bocci
  • Embassy Aide (uncredited): Andrea Esterhazy
  • Correspondent at Poker Game (uncredited): George Higgins
  • Correspondent at Poker Game (uncredited): Richard McNamara
  • Old Man Dancing with Princess (uncredited): Luigi Moneta
  • Faceless Man on the Barge (uncredited): Piero Pastore
  • Worker Hugging the Three Out Side Police Station (uncredited): Mimmo Poli
  • Faceless Man on the Barge (uncredited): Giuliano Raffaelli
  • Police Official (uncredited): Carlo Rizzo
  • Girl at Cafe Waving at Irving (uncredited): Gianna Segale
  • Girl at Cafe Waving at Irving (uncredited): Dianora Veiga
  • Pallid Young Man Dancing with Princess (uncredited): Marco Tulli
  • Francesca – Irving’s Model (uncredited): Tania Weber
  • Schoolgirl (uncredited): Catherine Wyler

Film Crew:

  • Director of Photography: Henri Alekan
  • Director of Photography: Franz Planer
  • Original Music Composer: Georges Auric
  • Assistant Director: Herbert Coleman
  • Costume Design: Edith Head
  • Art Direction: Hal Pereira
  • Makeup Supervisor: Wally Westmore
  • Producer: William Wyler
  • Art Direction: Vittorio Valentini
  • Sound Recordist: Joseph de Bretagne
  • Story: Dalton Trumbo
  • Screenplay: Ian McLellan Hunter
  • Screenplay: John Dighton
  • Associate Producer: Robert Wyler
  • Editor: Robert Swink
  • Art Direction: Walter H. Tyler
  • Additional Soundtrack: Victor Young
  • Makeup Supervisor: Alberto De Rossi
  • Orchestrator: Leo Shuken
  • Camera Operator: Enzo Barboni
  • Assistant Editor: Robert Belcher
  • Assistant Director: Bernard Vorhaus
  • Unit Production Manager: Maurizio Lodi-Fè
  • Set Designer: Italo Tomassi
  • Associate Producer: Lester Koenig
  • Hairstylist: Anna Cristofani
  • Unit Production Manager: Charles Woolstenhulme

Movie Reviews:

  • JPV852: Lighthearted and enjoyable comedy featuring two wonderful and charismatic performances by Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in her first major role. Last saw this 12 years ago and still fun to this day. **4.5/5**
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