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Subject: All great listings of her work. I'm glad they're airing "Light in the Piazza" (1962), one of the rare films about an adult daughter with Aspergers.

Cheesy story, but great location filming in Florence, Italy!
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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 29, 04:04:00pm
In reply to: wWDI 's message, "TCM will honor OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND on Sunday, August 23rd. -Here's list ..." on Wednesday, July 29, 03:58:59pm

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Olivia de Havilland as Meg Johnson
Rossano Brazzi as Signor Naccarelli
Yvette Mimieux as Clara Johnson
George Hamilton as Fabrizio Naccarelli
Barry Sullivan as Noel Johnson
Isabel Dean as Miss Hawtree
Nancy Nevinson as Signora Naccarelli
Moultrie Kelsall as The Minister

While taking a summer holiday in Florence with her mother Meg, 26-year-old Clara, an American, meets and falls in love with a young Italian named Fabrizio Naccarelli, played by George Hamilton. Fabrizio is blinded by his love for Clara and believes her mental disability to be simple naivety. Meg tries to explain her daughter's condition to Fabrizio's father but the opportunity never seems to be right. Fabrizio's family are taken with Clara and her simple remarks are taken as evidence of her innocence.

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Speaking of that film "Light in the Piazza", co-star George Hamilton talks about deHavilland to work with. ...LinkFriday, July 31, 01:25:01pm

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