|Directed by||Fred Zinnemann|
|Produced by||Arthur M. Loew Jr. (as Arthur M. Loew)|
|Screenplay by||Stewart Stern|
|Story by||Alfred Hayes
|Music by||Louis Applebaum|
|Cinematography||William Miller (as William J. Miller)|
|Editing by||Dave Kummins (as David Kummins)
|Release dates||April 5, 1951 (New York City, New York, United States)|
|Running time||102 minutes|
Phillip Cass, a sensitive young man (Ericson), is saddled with a mother from hell, while fighting in Italy during WW2. As he continues his service, he meets and marries a sweet young Italian (Angeli) who might be able to change his life and his desire to be loved.
- Anna Maria Pierangeli: Teresa Russo
- John Ericson: Philip Cass
- Patricia Collinge: Mrs. Clara Cass
- Richard Bishop: Mr. Cass
- Peggy Ann Garner: Susan Cass
- Ralph Meeker: Sgt. Dobbs
- Bill Mauldin: Grissom
- Ave Ninchi: Teresa's Mother
- Edward Binns: Sgt. Brown
- Rod Steiger: Frank
- Aldo Silvani: Professor Crocce
- Tommy Lewis: Walter
- Franco Interlenghi: Mario
According to MGM records the film made $743,000 in the US and Canada and $1,004,000 elsewhere, recording a profit of $421,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- It was originally announced as $550,000 - see HOLLYWOOD DIGEST: SPECULATIVE FILM-MAKING ON LOW BUDGETS INCREASES--METRO'S ROVING DIRECTORS UNUSUAL EXPERIMENT OF "TERESA" 'FLYING DUTCHMAN" By THOMAS F. BRADY. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 11 Feb 1951: 97.
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