Roman Holiday

A cheery and a very enjoyable comedy, the first film to star film legend Audrey Hepburn, is about a famous and frustrated princess who escapes her "prison" (the duties that a princess must fufill) and blindly goes about the town of Rome, Italy after having taken a sleeping drug. Not knowing who she is, reporter Gregory Peck finds her sleeping on the streets and brings her home with him. The next day, both Hepburn and Peck are in for the time of their lives. Eddie Albert co-stars as Peck's friend, a photographer. One of the most enjoyable films to come out of the 1950's; the actors couldn't have been better!

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Eddie Albert, Hartley Power, Laura Solari, Harcourt Williams, Margaret Rawlings, Tullio Carminati, Paolo Carlini, Claudio Ermelli, Paola Berboni

Directed by:

William Wyler


1953 comedy

Not Rated


Don Ignacio's score: A-

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