The Fortunate Pilgrim

The Fortunate Pilgrim

Director: Stuart Cooper Cast: Sophia Loren, Edward James Olmos, John Turturro

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Overview

Before striking gold with The Godfather, Mario Puzo published a pageant-like novel titled The Fortunate Pilgrim. Puzo's book was adapted into a two-part TV movie in 1988, with Sophia Loren as star. Ms. Loren plays a young Italian wife and mother, who emigrates to the US in 1915 in search of a better life for herself and her family. Widowed on the day she becomes a naturalized citizen, Sophia is faced with the task of raising her three children alone; she marries again, this time to Edward James Olmos, whose obvious affection for Sophia's children is tempered by his erratic behavior. Filmed in Yugoslavia, Part One of The Fortunate Pilgrim was first shown on April 3, 1988 (see also Part Two).

Product Details

Release Date: 04/07/2009
UPC: 0061037158867
Original Release: 1988
Source: Televista
Region Code: 0
Time: 4:30:00
Sales rank: 44,750

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Fortunate Pilgrim
1. Opening [6:40]
2. Bad News [9:04]
3. Waiting [9:09]
4. Theater [7:13]
5. In Love [7:35]
6. Surprise [9:12]
7. At Work [8:07]
8. The Bar [8:54]
9. Naptime [7:52]
10. Talk To Me [8:34]
11. Going Away [7:43]
12. The End [1:30]
1. Opening [6:40]
2. Dad & Son [9:04]
3. Praying [9:09]
4. Madman [7:13]
5. Police [7:35]
6. Let's Get Him [9:12]
7. Dinner [8:07]
9. She's Mad [7:52]
8. Hospital [8:54]
10. At Home [8:34]
11. Sick [7:43]
12. The End [1:30]
1. Opening [6:40]
2. The Talk [9:04]
3. The Big Man [9:09]
4. The Party [7:13]
5. Working [7:35]
6. Night Out [9:12]
7. Sad Night [8:07]
8. Hard Times [8:54]
9. Theater [7:52]
10. Hospital [8:34]
11. Party [7:43]
12. The End [1:30]

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The Fortunate Pilgrim 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
chefD More than 1 year ago
There is no place that this says that it is done in Italian. This was disappointing since there are no subtitles available either. I would have thought that this was in english. Very Disappointed.