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The Children of Alda Nuova 

Frankie Fane is an American who has been in Rome for about six weeks and is starting to get bored. He hasn't picked up much of the language, and has visited most of the tourist sites in ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Florey

Writers:

Robert Wallstens (teleplay by), Robert Wallstens (from his story)
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Episode complete credited cast:
Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host
Jack Carson ... Frankie Fane
Stefan Schnabel ... Siani
Thano Rama Thano Rama ... Paolo
Lidia Vana Lidia Vana ... The Old Woman
David Fresco ... The Cripple
Carlo Tricoli Carlo Tricoli ... Man in the Village
Christy Cummins Christy Cummins ... Gina
Raymond Cavaleri Raymond Cavaleri ... Giulio
Raymond Giarrusso Raymond Giarrusso ... Cesare (as Ray Giarrusso)
Vicente Padula Vicente Padula ... The Waiter (as Vincent Padula)
Christopher Dark Christopher Dark ... Ainsley Crowder
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Frankie Fane is an American who has been in Rome for about six weeks and is starting to get bored. He hasn't picked up much of the language, and has visited most of the tourist sites in Rome itself. A fellow American suggests that he rent a car and visit some old ruins just a short drive from the city. When he gets there he finds the villagers unfriendly, and a large group of teenagers that constantly follow him around. He quickly realizes that he may be in trouble, but it may also be the case that he gets what he deserves. Written by garykmcd/edited by canadazbest

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 June 1962 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A head scratcher
16 March 2019 | by collings500See all my reviews

Logic tells us that if there is a "best" episode, there must be a "worst" as well, and this one is it. Illogical, nonsensical, poorly acted, poorly edited, and just plain dumb, one wonders why this one ever got the green light to go into production.


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