Sumptuous photography, sensational singing from one of the world's greatest tenors and a sentimental storyline make Seven Hills of Rome a cinematic and musical delight. Marc Revere (Mario Lanza), a popular American TV singer, is in Rome searching for his jet-setting fiancée, Carol (Peggie Castle). He moves in with his cousin Pepe (Renato Rascel), a struggling artist who always has room for another kindred soul. They befriend a beautiful young girl, Rafaella (Marisa Allasio), and soon it's music and dancing all night long. Marc starts singing at local clubs, and in no time he's drawing huge crowds. But when Carol shows up, complications arise, because Rafaella has fallen in love with her handsome American hero. Directed by Roy Rowland (Meet Me in Las Vegas), written by Art Cohn and Giorgio Prosperi, and filmed entirely on location in beautiful Rome, this "vocal tour-de-force" (Variety) for Lanza is based on a story by Guiseppe Amato.