This movie starring Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn and Eddie Albert was filmed at more than 15 locations. Among them Ponte Sant'Angelo in Roma, Italy. All filming locations of Roman Holiday from 1953 are listed below.
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.
Drama, Romance, Comedy
United States of America
Gregory Peck (Joe Bradley), Audrey Hepburn (Princess Ann), Eddie Albert (Irving Radovich), Hartley Power (Mr. Hennessy), Harcourt Williams (Ambassador), Margaret Rawlings (Countess Vereberg), Tullio Carminati (Gen. Provno) more..., Paolo Carlini (Mario Delani), Claudio Ermelli (Giovanni), Paola Borboni (Charwoman), Alfredo Rizzo (Cab driver), Laura Solari (Hennessy's Secretary), Gorella Gori (Shoe Seller), Armando Annuale (Admiral Dancing with Princess (uncredited)), Maurizio Arena (Young Boy with Car (uncredited)), Gildo Bocci (Flower Seller (uncredited)), Andrea Esterhazy (Embassy Aide (uncredited)), George Higgins (Correspondent at Poker Game (uncredited)), Richard McNamara (Correspondent at Poker Game (uncredited)), Luigi Moneta (Old Man Dancing with Princess (uncredited)), Piero Pastore (Faceless Man on the Barge (uncredited)), Mimmo Poli (Worker Hugging the Three Out Side Police Station (uncredited)), Giuliano Raffaelli (Faceless Man on the Barge (uncredited)), Carlo Rizzo (Police Official (uncredited)), Gianna Segale (Girl at Cafe Waving at Irving (uncredited)), Dianora Veiga (Girl at Cafe Waving at Irving (uncredited)), Marco Tulli (Pallid Young Man Dancing with Princess (uncredited)), Tania Weber (Francesca - Irving's Model (uncredited)), Catherine Wyler (Schoolgirl (uncredited))
Ian McLellan Hunter (Screenplay), John Dighton (Screenplay), William Wyler (Producer), Georges Auric (Original Music Composer), Henri Alekan (Director of Photography), Robert Swink (Editor), Hal Pereira (Art Direction) more..., Edith Head (Costume Design), Joseph de Bretagne (Sound Designer), Lester Koenig (Associate Producer), Franz Planer (Cinematography), Walter H. Tyler (Art Direction), Anna Cristofani (Hairstylist), Maurizio Lodi-Fè (Unit Production Manager), Charles Woolstenhulme (Unit Production Manager), Herbert Coleman (Assistant Director), Bernard Vorhaus (Assistant Director), Italo Tomassi (Set Designer), Vittorio Valentini (Art Direction), Enzo Barboni (Camera Operator), Robert Belcher (Assistant Editor), Leo Shuken (Orchestrator), Victor Young (Additional Soundtrack), Joseph de Bretagne (Sound Recordist), Dalton Trumbo (Screenplay), Dalton Trumbo (Story), Franz Planer (Director of Photography), Alberto De Rossi (Makeup Supervisor), Wally Westmore (Makeup Supervisor), Robert Wyler (Associate Producer),
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Joe first encounters the princess sleeping among the ruins of the Forum, the ancient heart of the city.
Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) and Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) are going to a party under Ponte Sant'Angelo
Princess Ann is sitting on the steps eating an icecream when she encounters tablet journalist Joe Peck.
Joe and Ann are leaving police station. They were detained for a furious ride on the scooter.
Princess Ann is afraid to put her hand in the Mouth of Truth. Joe Peck fakes that his hand is stuck.
Joe and Ann on scooter in the streets of Rome.