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The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962)

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103 min | Comedy, War

In 1944, two American spies, posing as priests, infiltrate German occupied Rome to relay information to HQ but can only communicate via pigeons due to the imposed radio silence.
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Writers
Donald Downes (novel "The Easter Dinner") | Melville Shavelson
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Updated Jun 20, 1962

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Jun 20, 1962 (United States)

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Charlton Heston
Captain Paul MacDougall / Benny the Snatch / Narrator Captain Paul MacDougall / Benny the Snatch / Narrator   See fewer
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Elsa Martinelli
Antonella Massimo Antonella Massimo   See fewer
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Harry Guardino
Sgt. Joseph Angelico Sgt. Joseph Angelico   See fewer
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Salvatore Baccaloni
Ciccio Massimo (as Baccaloni) Ciccio Massimo (as Baccaloni)   See fewer
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Gabriella Pallotta
Rosalba Massimo Rosalba Massimo   See fewer
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Brian Donlevy
Col. Sherman Harrington Col. Sherman Harrington   See fewer
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Marietto
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Rudolph Anders
Oberst Krafft Oberst Krafft   See fewer
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Arthur Shields
Monsignor O'Toole Monsignor O'Toole   See fewer
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Debbie Price
Luigina Massimo Luigina Massimo   See fewer
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Vadim Wolkonsky
Conte Danesi (as Vadim Wolkansky) Conte Danesi (as Vadim Wolkansky)   See fewer
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Nick Borgani
Relative at Easter Dinner Relative at Easter Dinner   See fewer
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Gary Collins
Maj. Wolff Maj. Wolff   See fewer
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Bob Gandett
The General The General   See fewer
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James Garde
Messenger Messenger   See fewer
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Dick Nelson
The Chief (FDR) (scenes deleted) The Chief (FDR) (scenes deleted)   See fewer
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Forrest Wood
Lt. Browning Lt. Browning   See fewer
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Argentina Brunetti
Relative at Easter Dinner (uncredited) Relative at Easter Dinner (uncredited)   See fewer
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James Farley
Col. Harrington's Aide (uncredited) Col. Harrington's Aide (uncredited)   See fewer
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Taldo Kenyon
Luchino (uncredited) Luchino (uncredited)   See fewer
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Ted Knight
Steve (uncredited) Steve (uncredited)   See fewer
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Frank Nechero
Husband (uncredited) Husband (uncredited)   See fewer
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Otto Reichow
German Major (uncredited) German Major (uncredited)   See fewer
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Werner Reichow
German Soldier (uncredited) German Soldier (uncredited)   See fewer
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Carlo Tricoli
Uncle (uncredited) Uncle (uncredited)   See fewer
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Victoria Vetri
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Fred Zendar
Sailor (uncredited) Sailor (uncredited)   See fewer
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6 / 10 | 305 votes