People: Apr. 27, 1962

Though it may seem like it at times. Rome, after all. is not Hollywood—a fact that Cinemactress Sophia Loren, 27, rudely learned last week. Scheduled to receive her Academy Award Oscar for Two Women at a black-tie do in Rome. Sophia was snubbed by some of Italy's foremost politicians, and the affair had to be canceled. Left-Wing Socialist Pietro Nenni, unhappy that Sophia's sister married a Mussolini, sent his regrets; Entertainment Minister Alberto Folchi, aware that Sophia is living in sin with Producer Carlo Ponti (since bigamy charges brought against Ponti forced...

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