Teresa - (Original Trailer)
In Teresa (1951) director Fred Zinneman imports the neo-realism style from Italy to America with a story of an Italian bride who marries an American GI.
Teresa (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Must Ask My Mother
Shot on location in Italy, American GI's ogling local females doing the wash, Sergeant Dobbs (Ralph Meeker) encouraging timid Philip (John Ericson), who gains courage when he spies Pier Angeli (title character) for a second time, in an extended flashback in Fred Zinnemann's Teresa, 1951.
Teresa (1951) -- (Movie Clip) These People Are Hungry
Scene introducing Bill Mauldin, the celebrated cartoonist, as a GI called Grissom, and Pier Angeli, in her first American film, the title character, meeting soldier and her husband-to-be Philip (John Ericson), counseled by his sergeant Dobbs (Ralph Meeker), in Fred Zinnemann's Teresa, 1951.
Teresa (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Alone In The World
From opening credits, young Philip (John Ericson) bolts from the unemployment office, races across Manhattan to a VA facility, where we learn he's a WWII vet, visiting counselor Frank (Rod Steiger, in his first credited movie role), in Fred Zinnemann's Teresa, 1951, starring Pier Angeli.