Based on the book by the father of Sci-Fi, H.G. Wells (War of the Worlds, The Time Machine), The Man Who Could Work Miracles is co-scripted by Wells and Lajos Biro (The Last Command), directed by Lothar Mendes (The Four Feathers, If I Had A Million) and produced by Alexander Korda (The Third Man). A charming blend of escapism, romance, philosophy and impressive visual effects, it is hard to believe that this family film was made in 1936.

Three celestial beings ponder what Man would do if he could work miracles. To settle the debate they decide to give some 'ordinary little fellow' this power to see what he will do with it. Fotheringay (Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story), a draper's assistant, is assigned miraculous powers, though he's not sure what to do with them. After his initial excitement at the amazing tricks he can perform, he soon tires of the selfish responses from those around him and, taking on the mantle of responsibility, he summons the world's leaders and asks for peace. Their request for more time is provided, rather literally, when Fotheringay commands the earth to stand still and the Gods have to step in to redress the balance...

Young leads an impressive cast that also includes Ralph Richardson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, The Heiress), Edward Chapman (The Magic Box, The Citadel), and Joan Gardner (The Private Life of Don Juan)., Based on the book by the father of Sci-Fi, H.G. Wells (War of the Worlds, The Time Machine), The Man Who Could Work Miracles is co-scripted by Wells and Lajos Biro (The Last Command), directed by Lothar Mendes (The Four Feathers, If I Had A Million) and produced by Alexander Korda (The Third Man). A charming blend of escapism, romance, philosophy and impressive visual effects, it is hard to believe that this family film was made in 1936.

Three celestial beings ponder what Man would do if he could work miracles. To settle the debate they decide to give some 'ordinary little fellow' this power to see what he will do with it. Fotheringay (Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story), a draper's assistant, is assigned miraculous powers, though he's not sure what to do with them. After his initial excitement at the amazing tricks he can perform, he soon tires of the selfish responses from those around him and, taking on the mantle of responsibility, he summons the world's leaders and asks for peace. Their request for more time is provided, rather literally, when Fotheringay commands the earth to stand still and the Gods have to step in to redress the balance...

Young leads an impressive cast that also includes Ralph Richardson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, The Heiress), Edward Chapman (The Magic Box, The Citadel), and Joan Gardner (The Private Life of Don Juan).

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
U
Acteur(s):
Edward Chapman, Ralph Richardson, Roland Young
Réalisateur(s):
Lothar Mendes
Région:
2
Format Image:
4:3
Nombre de Disques:
1
Langue Principale:
English
Studios:
Network

The Man Who Could Work Miracles

DVD
EUR 7.49

Prix de détail conseillé : 11,99 €

7,49 €

Économisez : 4,50 €

Item limited to max quantity of 5000

( 0 item is in your basket items are in your basket )

Disponible

-

Expédié normalement sous 24h (jours ouvrables)

Chat en ligne

Temps de connexion moyenne 25 secondes

Temps de connexion moyenne 25 secondes

Livraison et retour

Livraison standard (5-10 jours) = 1,49€
Livraison suivie (3-5 jours) = 5,99€
Les délais de livraison s'appliquent aux produits en stock. Les précommandes seront expédiées dès que nous recevrons le stock. Comptez jusqu'à 21 jours pour la réception des produits Funko. Livraison suivie n'est pas disponible sur tous les produits.

Que faire si je ne suis pas complètement satisfait de ma commande?

Veuillez lire notre politique de retours .

Based on the book by the father of Sci-Fi, H.G. Wells (War of the Worlds, The Time Machine), The Man Who Could Work Miracles is co-scripted by Wells and Lajos Biro (The Last Command), directed by Lothar Mendes (The Four Feathers, If I Had A Million) and produced by Alexander Korda (The Third Man). A charming blend of escapism, romance, philosophy and impressive visual effects, it is hard to believe that this family film was made in 1936.

Three celestial beings ponder what Man would do if he could work miracles. To settle the debate they decide to give some 'ordinary little fellow' this power to see what he will do with it. Fotheringay (Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story), a draper's assistant, is assigned miraculous powers, though he's not sure what to do with them. After his initial excitement at the amazing tricks he can perform, he soon tires of the selfish responses from those around him and, taking on the mantle of responsibility, he summons the world's leaders and asks for peace. Their request for more time is provided, rather literally, when Fotheringay commands the earth to stand still and the Gods have to step in to redress the balance...

Young leads an impressive cast that also includes Ralph Richardson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, The Heiress), Edward Chapman (The Magic Box, The Citadel), and Joan Gardner (The Private Life of Don Juan)., Based on the book by the father of Sci-Fi, H.G. Wells (War of the Worlds, The Time Machine), The Man Who Could Work Miracles is co-scripted by Wells and Lajos Biro (The Last Command), directed by Lothar Mendes (The Four Feathers, If I Had A Million) and produced by Alexander Korda (The Third Man). A charming blend of escapism, romance, philosophy and impressive visual effects, it is hard to believe that this family film was made in 1936.

Three celestial beings ponder what Man would do if he could work miracles. To settle the debate they decide to give some 'ordinary little fellow' this power to see what he will do with it. Fotheringay (Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story), a draper's assistant, is assigned miraculous powers, though he's not sure what to do with them. After his initial excitement at the amazing tricks he can perform, he soon tires of the selfish responses from those around him and, taking on the mantle of responsibility, he summons the world's leaders and asks for peace. Their request for more time is provided, rather literally, when Fotheringay commands the earth to stand still and the Gods have to step in to redress the balance...

Young leads an impressive cast that also includes Ralph Richardson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, The Heiress), Edward Chapman (The Magic Box, The Citadel), and Joan Gardner (The Private Life of Don Juan).

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
U
Acteur(s):
Edward Chapman, Ralph Richardson, Roland Young
Réalisateur(s):
Lothar Mendes
Région:
2
Format Image:
4:3
Nombre de Disques:
1
Langue Principale:
English
Studios:
Network
Avis de clients

Aucun commentaire pour l’instant.

Laissez un commentaire pour aider les autres clients à la recherche d'informations sur ce produit.