Prudence resigns from her teaching position after being criticized for giving a student her copy of a romance novel. She sails for Italy, takes a job at a small bookstore in Rome, and meets Don, who has just broken up with his girlfriend. Prudence and Don tour Italy together, and romance naturally follows.
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Did You Know?
Emilio Pericoli, who sings the film's signature song, "Al Di La" in the nightclub, is also a passenger on the bus tour of Italy with Don and Prudence. Although it is a background event, you can see and hear them saying goodbye to him when the tour ends. See more
When Al Hirt says to his girlfriend "Come on, Miss Hot Lips of 1962" his mouth appears to say "1961". An understandable change from the year of filming to the year of release. See more
I simply want Bentley to think I'm a tramp - and go home.
References The Wild One
Al di là
Music by Mogol
Lyrics by Carlo Donida
Performed by Emilio Pericoli See more