During the Napoleonic era, in Spain, a young postulant falls in love with a handsome British soldier who is recovering with others of his regiment after being wounded. Before leaving, he asks her to leave the convent and marry him. The postulant, devoted to the statue of the Virgin Mary, asks her for a heavenly sign and leaves when nothing happens. Then the statue of the Virgin descends from its pedestal... Written by
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You'll remember THE FLAMING PILLAGE OF MIRAFLORES! Lust-crazed Grenadiers beyond control!
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Warner Brothers had planned to make a film version of "The Miracle" as early as 1942, with Henry Blanke producing. The 1942 version was supposed to have followed the original play more closely, but the project was scrapped. It was revived in 1952, but was again scrapped, and in 1959, Warners finally released a film of it. The story was heavily revised, and the time period changed from the Middle Ages to 1810. See more
Capt. Michael Stuart
[trying to convince Teresa to elope with him rather than becoming a nun
They'll cut your hair, Teresa. They'll shear it off.
References The Devil and the Statue
Sung by anonymous singer dubbing Carroll Baker See more