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Roman Holiday, Movie, 1953 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ein Herz und eine Krone (Austria)
  • Vacantie te Rome (Belgium)
  • A Princesa e o Plebeu (Brazil)
  • Ein Herz und eine Krone (Germany)
  • Vacaciones en Roma (Spain)
  • Loma Roomassa (Finland)
  • Vacances romaines (France)
  • Diakopes sti Romi (Greece)
  • Rmai vakci (Hungary)
  • Vacanze romane (Italy)
  • Rzymskie wakacje (Poland)
  • Prinsessa p vift (Sweden)

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vilero ES

2009-04-17 13:44

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vilero ES

2009-04-17 13:48

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Walking in Rome, "The Eternal City"
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vilero ES

2009-04-17 13:51

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Goof: http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0046250/goofs
Continuity: After her haircut, when Ann enters the piazza, clock tower 1 reads 12:35 pm, but when Joe follows behind her, it reads 12:32 pm. When Ann sits in front of clock tower 1 in medium shot and Joe "runs into her", it reads 2:40 pm, even though it's only been a few minutes between entering, getting gelato and sitting down. Their conversation starts at 2:40 pm, but during the close-ups of Joe, clock tower 2 behind his head reads from about 4:55 pm - 4:58 pm, and when he stands up at the end of conversation and says "Today's going to be a holiday", clock tower 1 behind them in the medium shot reads 3:50 pm.
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ingo DE

2009-04-17 13:54

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Yes, a fascinating town. In September 1989 I sat on the steps of the middle thumbnail, too. :)


And I've seen a police-car-chase beside the Colosseo! A Carabineri-Giulia Nuova chasing annother Giulia Nuova :wow:

vilero ES

2009-04-17 13:57

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Trivia: In the last scene Princess Ann (Hepburn) shakes hands to all foreing press correspondents in Rome. In fact, Hepburn shook hands with the "real" press correspondents in 1953, except actors Gregory Peck and Eddie Albert
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vilero ES

2009-04-17 17:07

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Due the comments of DynaMike and Pilou about the distorted pics. Now have been resized to 662X498 and, indeed, the vehicles looks more similar to the others same ones in the site. Thanks.

-- Last edit: 2009-04-18 13:09:26

DynaMike NL

2009-04-17 17:37

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Thanks for resizing, Vilero. And many thanks for this great collection of car pics, once again!

yves-robin UK

2009-10-17 00:06

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Amazingly,nobody has noticed the white Lancia Aurelia GT (series 2)driving by,when Audrey Hepburn is having her ice cream on the famous steps in Rome.The camera is looking down slightly at her, Gregory is chatting to her,then you see the car slowly driving by.

BuckyE US

2010-07-19 18:52

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Wonderful! Please see my site http://lovebunnies.luckypro.biz/01_stuff/roman_holiday/rom_con-1.html where I am collecting all information about the movie locations. Please add the Lancia Aurelia GT and especially...
The delivery truck! http://lovebunnies.luckypro.biz/01_stuff/roman_holiday/rom_04.html (scene 04-09)
Any and all information about Irving's car. At http://lovebunnies.luckypro.biz/01_stuff/roman_holiday/rom_08.html I have information, but cannot find the original web site any more. Is the information correct?
Thank you!

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