The Miracle of Our Lady Fatima (1952)
Release Date: Aug 20, 1952 Wide
Average Rating: 4/5
User Ratings: 101
Like its spiritual predecessor Song of Bernadette, The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima is based on a true story. The year is 1917: the place, Fatima, Portugal. While tending sheep, three farm children (Susan Whitney, Sherry Jackson and Sammy Ogg) claim to see a vision of the Virgin Mary. The local adults insist that the kids keep quiet about this vision, fearing reprisals from the anti-Catholic Portuguese government. But word gets out, and soon thousand of pilgrims are flocking to Fatima, awaiting
Aug 20, 1952 Wide
Apr 4, 2006
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Hugo Da Silva
Arturo Dos Santos
Lucia Dos Santos
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John Brahm tries to balance simplicity and spectacle in this WWI Portuguese-set religious tale, but uncharacteristically ends up making a pious and dull movie; even Max Steiner's powerful, Oscar-nominated score can't help much.
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