The Man Who Could Work Miracles1936
Released on February 19 of 1937 in the USA, "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" (also known as "Uomo dei miracoli, L'") is a Comedy/Fantasy film directed by Lothar Mendes, and written by H.G. Wells . Roland Young is starring, alongside Ralph Richardson, Edward Chapman, Ernest Thesiger, Joan Gardner and Sophie Stewart.
Who directed "The Man Who Could Work Miracles":
The Man Who Could Work Miracles was directed by Lothar Mendes, a German director, producer, actor, and writer.
Before directing The Man Who Could Work Miracles, Lothar Mendes had directed If I Had a Million, released in 1932, Payment Deferred (1932), Ladies' Man (1931), Paramount on Parade (1930), Dangerous Curves (1929), and The Four Feathers (1929). Since, he directed Flight for Freedom, released in 1943.
When was "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" released:
The Man Who Could Work Miracles was first released on Friday, February 19, 1937, in the United States. Also released on this day was Puerto nuevo (dir. Luis César Amadori and Mario Soffici). This was eighty-two (82) years ago.
It has been released on Monday, February 08, 1937 in the United Kingdom.
Who is at the casting of "The Man Who Could Work Miracles":
At the casting of The Man Who Could Work Miracles we find Roland Young, previously seen in Ruggles of Red Gap (1935) and The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield, the Younger (1935); Ralph Richardson (Bulldog Jack (1935), The Return of Bulldog Drummond (1934)); Edward Chapman (Murder! (1930)) [ more... ]
- Mark Daly and Lady Tree, Laurence Hanray, Wally Patch also appeared together in The Private Life of Henry VIII., released in 1933.
- Roland Young, Joan Gardner, Lady Tree and Laurence Hanray can be seen in Wedding Rehearsal, released in 1932.
- Edward Chapman, Joan Hickson and Mark Daly also worked together in The Card, released in 1952.
- Wally Patch and Laurence Hanray, George Zucco also appeared in The Good Companions, released in 1933.
- Laurence Hanray, Mark Daly and Torin Thatcher also appeared together in Knight Without Armour, released in 1937.
- Joan Hickson and Edward Chapman, Ernest Thesiger can all be seen in The Magic Box, released in 1951.
- Torin Thatcher and Ralph Richardson, Ivan Brandt also appeared in The Lion Has Wings, released in 1939.
What is the Storyline of "The Man Who Could Work Miracles":
In The Man Who Could Work Miracles, several angels decide to experiment. They give haberdasher's assistant George Fotheringay (Roland Young), almost unlimited powers. He enters the Long Dragon Pub and begins arguing with his friends about miracles and the impossibility of them, and during this argument he inadvertently causes a miracle; he causes an oil lamp to turn upside down, without anyone touching it and with the flame burning steadily downwards rather than righting itself. He soon runs out of [...]
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