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The Miracle Woman ()


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After an unappreciated minister dies, his daughter loses her faith in God, prompting her to open a phony temple with a con man. Can the love of a blind aviator restore her faith and... See more »

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Florence Fallon
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John Carson
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Bob Hornsby
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Mrs. Higgins
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Bill Welford
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Simpson
Eddie Boland ...
Collins
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Gussie
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Supportive Parishoner (uncredited)
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Man in Audience (uncredited)
Mary Bracken ...
Girl (uncredited)
Aileen Carlyle ...
Violet (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Lorraine Hubbell ...
Child (uncredited)
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Stagehand (uncredited)
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Church Choir Singer (uncredited)
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Parishioner (uncredited)
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Gunboat (uncredited)
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Man in audience (uncredited)
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Man in Audience (uncredited)
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Man in Audience (uncredited)
Al Stewart ...
Brown (uncredited)
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Briggs (uncredited)
Fred Warren ...
Pianist (uncredited)
Paul Weigel ...
Florence's Father (uncredited)

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Frank Capra ... (as Frank R. Capra)

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Jo Swerling ... (screenplay and dialogue)
 
John Meehan ... (based upon the play "Bless You Sister" by) and
Robert Riskin ... (based upon the play "Bless You Sister" by)
 
Dorothy Howell ... (continuity)

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Harry Cohn ... producer
Frank Capra ... producer (uncredited)

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Joseph Walker ... (photography)

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Maurice Wright ... film editor

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Edward Stevenson ... (uncredited)

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Norbert A. Myles ... makeup artist (uncredited)

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Sam Nelson ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Richard Cromwell ... sculpture (uncredited)

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Glenn Rominger ... recording engineer (uncredited)
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After Florence Fallon's father dies unappreciated in the church where he preached for many years, she becomes embittered and loses faith. She teams up with Horsby, a con man, and performs fake miracles for profit. But the love and trust of a blind man restores her faith in God and her fellow man. Written by John Oswalt

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Also Known As
  • La Femme aux miracles (France)
  • La mujer milagro (Spain)
  • La donna del miracolo (Italy)
  • Cudotwórczyni (Poland)
  • Чудесная девушка (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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Trivia In a pure "pre-code" moment, we see sister Fallon's chauffeur, Lou, give Horsby "the finger" (out of Horsby's sight) immediately after Horsby warns him about what he must do to keep his job. This scene surely would have been nixed by the Hays Office had the movie been made after 1934. See more »
Goofs As Florence starts chasing members of the congregation out of the church at the beginning of the film, members of the choir can be seen getting up and walking forward in the direction of the isle (note the young blond woman in the black dress who is first in line). When the scene cuts to a close-up on Florence moving down the isle, we see the choir members still seated in their places. They then get up and file out in the same direction as in the previous shot. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Barbara Stanwyck: Fire and Desire (1991). See more »
Soundtracks Battle Hymn of the Republic See more »
Crazy Credits "Beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep's clothing..... Mat. VIII, 15. See more »
Quotes Hornsby: Religion's like everything else. It's great if you can sell it, no good if you give it away.
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