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Day of Miracles (2005)

The true-life story of the Miracle Survivors of 9/11/01 when the World Trade Center was destroyed, the Pentagon hit, and a plane full of heroes headed for the White House crashed in Pennsylvania. Reenacted by Hollywood Notables.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Deena Burnett
Cop #1
Survivor (as Brenda Epperson Doumani)
Mrs. John
Pentagon Captain
Leslie McRay ...
Wife (as Leslie McRae)
Tom Burnett
Hank Grover ...
Rick Lang ...
Cop #2
Randy Salter ...
Police Officer
Darlene Johnson ...
Hysterical passenger
Don Parker ...
Trapped man


During the disaster of 9/11 there were many miraculous survivors whose stories are great. Sujo John was in Tower One and led many down the staircase while the building was peeling like a banana. He got out only to realize that his pregnant wife was in Tower Two. Janelle Guzman prayed for God to help her while the building was crumbling over her. She was the last person found alive the next day. When they found her, she was standing up asleep. She asked for Paul, the policeman who was holding her hand all night and they told her that there was no one named Paul on the team that day. Written by Leslie Mc Ray

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The Miracle Survivors of 9/11/01






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11 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The film was shot using the real-life survivors of the terrorist attacks on the USA of 11 September 2001, and most of the cast were real life police, FBI, CIA, Firemen who donated their time. See more »


References Real Celebrity Miracles (2014) See more »

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TJ Myers did a brilliant job!
11 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

TJ Myers did a brilliant job! The emotion that she had was amazing. When the cops came to tell her that her husband was dead. I started crying. She was so real. And, the conversation between her and the guy, Patrick Williams that was playing her husband was wonderful, too. They brought you to that moment. That moment of not knowing if your spouse was going to die or not. I felt it. I love it when an actor's that good, and she is. I also want to commend producers and directors for doing a movie on such wonderful subjects as the true miracles that happened on 9-11. There was a part in the middle where the girl with the long, dark hair was talking and the two cops were reliving their experience. Those parts dragged out a little, but all in all it was good.

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