2 images. Italian girl singer to visit homeland, August 5 1952. Anna Maria Alberghetti -- 16 years (starlet from Paramount Pictures); Daniele Alberghetti (father).; Supplementary material reads: "Paramount. 'The Stars are Singing.' Wilde. Paramount's 16-year-old Italian singing prodigy Anna Maria Alberghetti entrained from Los Angeles yesterday (5) for New York where she will sail for Italy on August 15th. The trip marks the first vacation the little coloratura soprano has had since her arrival to the United States two years ago. During that time she has made numerous concert television appearances along with starring in a Technicolor musical 'The Stars are Singing.' Because of an injury to her left ankle, suffered when she slipped on the street in front of the Federal Building last week, the young singer had to be carried aboard the Santa Fe Chief by her father Daniele Alberghetti. Acclaimed by music critics as having 'the voice of an angel,' Miss Alberghetti made her motion picture debut in this country in the Bing Crosby starrer 'Here Comes the Groom.' This was followed by the starring role in the Paramount musical. Accompanying the child star were her mother and father, who have been her only music instructors, her sister Carla, age 12, and her 7-year-old brother Paolo, who became an overnight sensation last year when he conducted the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra at Robin Hood Dell".