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The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936) was a Comedy - Fantasy Film directed by Alexander Korda and Lothar Mendes and produced by Alexander Korda.

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The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936)

By Beatrice on Aug 28, 2013 From Flickers in Time

The Man Who Could Work Miracles Directed by Lothar Mendes and Alexander Korda Scenario and dialogue by H.G. Wells from a story by H.G. Wells; screenplay by Lajos Bir? 1936/UK London Film Productions First viewing Comedy and H.G. Wells wouldn’t seem to be an obvious match but it works out fai... Read full article


The Man Who Could Work Miracles

By Barry P. on Apr 18, 2013 From Cinematic Catharsis

(1936) Directed by Lothar Mendes; Written by H.G. Wells (Scenario and dialogue) and Lajos Bir? (Screenplay); Based on a short story by H.G. Wells; Starring: Roland Young, Ralph Richardson, Edward Chapman, Ernest Thesiger, Joan Gardner and Sophie Stewart; Available on DVD Rating: **** &... Read full article


The Man Who Could Work Miracles

By Barry P. on Apr 18, 2013 From Cinematic Catharsis

(1936) Directed by Lothar Mendes; Written by H.G. Wells (Scenario and dialogue) and Lajos Bir? (Screenplay); Based on a short story by H.G. Wells; Starring: Roland Young, Ralph Richardson, Edward Chapman, Ernest Thesiger, Joan Gardner and Sophie Stewart; Available on DVD Rating: **** &... Read full article


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George McWhirter Fotheringay: You just stand there looking lovely, until I notice you!


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Col. Winstanley, who was obviously meant to be the "old colonel", describes George Fotheringay as being young, but Ralph Richardson, who played him, was 35 years old - 15 years younger than Roland Young, who played Mr. Fotheringay.
The first film of Nigel Stock.
There is a painting over Mr. Maydig's fireplace of the interior of a Greek style palace. Later, Mr. Fotheringay's transformation of Col. Winstanley's house into a palace looks pretty much like the one in the painting.
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