The Miracle of the Bells

Category: Drama
The body of a young actress is brought to her home town by the man who loved her. He knows that she wanted all the church bells to ring for three days after she was buried, but is told that this will cost a lot of money. The cheques that he writes to the various churches all bounce, but it is the weekend and, in desperation, he prays that a miracle will happen before the banks reopen. It does, but not in the way he hoped.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1948-03-27
Run time: 120 minute / 2:0
Budget: $2,000,000
Revenue: $2,100,000
Director: Irving Pichel
Writers: Ben Hecht, Quentin Reynolds.
Production Companies : RKO Radio Pictures, Jesse L. Lasky Productions
Production Country: United States of America





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Fred MacMurray
as William 'Bill' Dunnigan
Alida Valli
as Olga Treskovna
Frank Sinatra
as Father Paul
Lee J. Cobb
as Marcus Harris
Harold Vermilyea
as Nick Orloff
Charles Meredith
as Father Spinsky
James Nolan
as Tod Jones
Veronica Pataky
as Anna Klovna
Philip Ahn
as Ming Gow
Frank Ferguson
as Dolan
Frank Wilcox
as Dr. Jennings
Dorothy Sebastian
as Miss Katie Orwin (uncredited)
Robert Bacon
as Soldier in 'Joan of Arc'
Walter Bacon
as Townsman
Sam Bagley
as Crew Member
Brooks Benedict
as Drunken Man
Oliver Blake
as Slenka
Eddie Borden
as Crew Member
Chet Brandenburg
as Crew Member
Steve Carruthers
as Worshiper
George Cathrey
as Reporter
George Chandler
as Max
Noble Chissell
as Worshiper
Bill Clauson
as Bellringer's Son
Mabel Colcord
as Parishioner Witnessing Miracle
Roger Creed
as Soldier in 'Joan of Arc'
Paul Cristo
as Soldier in 'Joan of Arc'
Roy Darmour
as Reporter
Ned Davenport
as Priest in 'Joan of Arc'
Bert Davidson
as Bob Briggs
James Dime
as Miner
Al Eben
as Miner
Herbert Evans
as Nobleman in 'Joan of Arc'
Franklyn Farnum
as Worshiper
Jack Gargan
as Assistant Director
Robert Haines
as Radio Listener
Jimmie Horan
as Actor in Movie
Perry Ivins
as Druggist
Dorothy Neumann
as Miss Millhouser
Frank Pharr
as Bellringer
Michael Raffetto
as Harold Tanby, Harris' Assistant
Syd Saylor
as Freddy Evans, the Pianist
Tom Stevenson
as Milton Wild
Ray Teal
as Koslick, Miner
Charles Wagenheim
as Mr. Kummer
Max Wagner
as Baggage Man
Regina Wallace
as Martha
Billy Wayne
as Tommy Elmore
Ian Wolfe
as Grave Digger
Editing
Elmo Williams Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Gordon Bau Makeup Supervisor

Writing
Ben Hecht Screenplay

Art
Albert S. D'Agostino Art Direction

Sound
Leigh Harline Original Music Composer

Art
Darrell Silvera Set Decoration

Sound
Clem Portman Sound

Crew
Russell A. Cully Special Effects
Clifford Stine Special Effects

Production
Fred Fleck Production Manager

Camera
Robert De Grasse Director of Photography

Directing
Irving Pichel Director

Production
Jesse Lasky Jr. Producer

Costume & Make-Up
ReniƩ Costume Design

Crew
DeWitt Bodeen Additional Dialogue

Writing
Quentin Reynolds Screenplay

Sound
C. Bakaleinikoff Music Director

Art
Ralph Berger Art Direction

Production
Walter MacEwen Producer

Directing
Harry D'Arcy Assistant Director

Crew
Charles O'Curran Choreographer

Art
Harley Miller Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Annabell Levy Hairstylist

Directing
Joan Davis Script Supervisor

Sound
Philip Mitchell Sound

Costume & Make-Up
Karl Herlinger Makeup Artist

Camera
Charles Burke Camera Operator
Ralph Wildman Grip

Writing
Russell Janney Novel

Camera
Rod Tolmie Still Photographer

Directing
Julia Marcia Davies Script Supervisor




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