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Light in the Piazza (7-Feb-1962)

Director: Guy Green

Writer: Julius J. Epstein

From novel: The Light in the Piazza by Elizabeth Spencer

Music Composed by: Mario Nascimbene

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rossano Brazzi
Actor
18-Sep-1916 24-Dec-1994 South Pacific
Olivia de Havilland
Actor
1-Jul-1916   Gone With the Wind
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Yvette Mimieux
Actor
8-Jan-1942   Where the Boys Are
Barry Sullivan
Actor
29-Aug-1912 6-Jun-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful

CAST

Starring
Olivia de Havilland   ...   Meg Johnson
Rossano Brazzi   ...   Signor Naccarelli
Yvette Mimieux   ...   Clara Johnson Naccarelli
George Hamilton   ...   Fabrizio Naccarelli
with
Isabel Dean   ...   Miss Hawtree
Moultrie Kelsall   ...   The Minister
Nancy Nevinson   ...   Signora Naccarelli
And Co-Starring
Barry Sullivan   ...   Noel Johnson

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 5-Jun-2005)

After seeing this film in 1962 it remains a memorable film with a wonderful cast, a good story (for any time) that deals with the the issues faced by any parent of an adult child suffering shortcomings of a limited intellect. Olivia Dehavilland and Rossana Brazzi's performances were outstanding and the performance of Yvette Mimieux and George Hamilton were excellent too. Still a great peformance vehicle after over 43 years. Nothing like a good film without violence and smut. And now, I assume a great new musical on broadway. This film is still worth seeing.


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