Miracle of Our Lady Fatima (1952)
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|Screen chronicle based on actual 1917 events outside Fatima, Portugal, where three shepherd children report visions of the Virgin Mary and confront anticlerical government oppression in the process.Running Time: 102 min.Format: DVD MOVIE|
Editor's NoteThis story recreates the events that began in May 1917, when three shepherd children witness a vision of a beautiful lady in a grotto just outside the village of Fatima, Portugal. At a time when World War I rages across Central Europe and Portugal is locked in the grip of a repressive, anti-religious government, their report ignites the religious fervor of the villagers--and foreshadows a dangerous confrontation with government officials. Academy Award Nominations: Best Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
Cast & Crew
|Edwin A. DuPar - Director of Photography|
|Crane Wilbur - Writer|
|Edward Carrere - Art Director|
|James O'Hanlon - Writer|
|Thomas Reilly - Editor|
|Bryan Foy - Producer|
|Max Steiner - Composer|
|John Brahm - Director|
Plot SummaryA reverent exposition of the famous appearance by the Virgin Mary to a trio of Catholic children in Fatima, Portugal. The three encounter a vision of the Holy Mother, who promises them that she will soon return. The Catholic Church, fearful that the story will not be believed, tries to hush things up. But the children have been promised a miracle that will make all believe.