Back room boy in the Papal elections is Roman tailor Luigi Giammarelli. He's got an?
L.V.INT. MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI, IN WORKROOM, WITH PEOPLE MAKING VESTMENTS.
C.U. MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI TALKING TO WOMAN WORKER.
C.U.PAN TWO WOMEN WORKING ON MATERIALS.
S.BACK V. MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI TALKING TO PEOPLE WORKING.
S.V. CUTTER MARKING OUT CLOTH.
S.V. MAN CUTTING OUT.
S.V. SHOES AND CAPS ON TABLE.
S.V. STOCKINGS ON TABLE.
S.V.TILT UP. OF VESTMENTS BEING INSPECTED BY MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI.
S.V. MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI INSPECTING VESTMENT.
S.V. CARRYING VESTMENTS TO WINDOW.
S.V. MR. LUIGI GIAMMARELLI INSPECTING ANOTHER VESTMENT.
S.V. MODEL BEING PUT INTO WINDOW.
L.V.EXTERIOR OF SHOP. BLIND BEING PULLED UP SHOWING VESTMENTS.
S.V.TILT DOWN OF VESTMENTS.
C.U.PAN SHOES ETC., IN WINDOW.
S.V. NUN LOOKING AT WINDOW.
L.V. PEOPLE OUTSIDE LOOKING AT VESTMENTS.
Initials D.C/CW J.H./P.B.
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Background: Back room boy in the Papal elections is Roman tailor Luigi Giammarelli. He's got an outside problem in man-sized fittings.
The order: New vestments for a new Pontiff.
The measurements: Waist - unknown;
Chest - unknown;
Height - unknown.
The clue: It could be for one of 54 cardinals.
The answer: Make three - one long, one medium and one short ... and leave plenty of tuck-ins for take-ins and let-outs.
Because the Pope, as soon as he is elected, must wear his new vestments immediately. He must wear them to bless the waiting crowd in St. Peter's Square.
And, apart from the fact that the clothes may, or may not, "maketh the man", as Shakespeare's Polonius said to his son Laertes:
... The apparel oft proclaims the man ...