Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Christmas in Rome - a Hallmark Channel "Countdown to Christmas" Movie starring Lacey Chabert and Sam Page!


Movie: Christmas in Rome

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: November 30, 2019


Lacey Chabert ... Amanda DeLuca
Sam Page ... Oliver Martin
Franco Nero ... Luigi Forlinghetti
Holly Hayes ... Margaret Fletcher
Bryan Bounds ... Jack Fletcher
Fernanda Diniz ... Francesca Gianella
Petar Cvirn ... Pietro Gianella
Natasha Estelle Pepper ... Estelle Burns
Francesca de Martini ... Sofia Forlinghetti
Simone Spinazze ... Tomasso Toffino
Dragos Olaru ... Luca
Cleo Demetriou ... Betty
Clara Ciobanu ... Monica Gianella
Nathan Clough ... Joey Princer


Storyline via Hallmark: Angela, an American tour guide living in Rome, meets Oliver, an American business executive who is lost and late for an important meeting on his first day there. Angela helps him, but soon finds herself playing a central role in Oliver’s business deal, as the company owner will only sell to someone who understands the ways of Italy. Oliver hires Angela as his personal tour guide but gets far more than he bargained for, as a romance blooms between them amidst the backdrop of Rome at Christmastime and he must learn that life and business work differently in Italy.

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*images via: Hallmark Crown Media Family Networks
Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Stefano Montesi
In Studio Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Gabriel Hennessey

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  1. 1) The Trevi Fountain is one of the oldest water sources in Rome

    The fountain dates back to ancient Roman times, since the construction of the Aqua Virgo Aqueduct in 19 B.C.

    2) Salvi was not the original architect

    In 1730 Pope Clemens XII held a contest to design a new fountain.

    3) You can thank gambling for the fountain’s existence.

    Salvi’s project for the fountain was the least expensive as well, a possible deciding factor for Pope Clement.

    That’s right, the money earned from the reintroduction of the lotto in Rome financed the Trevi Fountain! The numbers of the first extraction were 56, 11, 54, 18 and 6, in case you were interested.

    4) It’s made from the same material as the Colosseum…

    The fountain is mostly built from travertine stone, a name that means “from the Tiber” in Latin.

    5) And it uses a lot of water.

    The Trevi Fountain stands a massive 85 feet tall and is almost 65 feet wide. With water pumping out of multiple sources and the large pool in front, the fountain spills about 2,824,800 cubic feet of water every day!

    6) The fountain is charitable

    When the fountain is open roughly €3,000 is thrown into it every day as people follow the tradition of throwing coins over their shoulders.

    7). It’s a crime to steal the coins from the Trevi

    Perhaps for just that reason, it’s illegal to fish out coins from the fountain.

    8) The white stone fountain has been black…and red.

    In 1996 the fountain was turned off and draped in black crepe to honor actor Marcello Mastroianni after his death. Mastroianni starred in La Dolce Vita, a movie whose most famous scene was filmed in the Trevi Fountain, making the fountain more famous than ever.

    9) This famous fountain is famous on film too!

    A famed sight for tourists from throughout the world, the Trevi Fountain is quite the stage prop as well! Besides La Dolce Vita, when Anita Ekberg jumped into the Trevi Fountain with her clothes on, the massive monument has been featured in many films including Roman Holiday,


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