The Miracle Man (1919)
Critic Consensus: Wildly entertaining on every level, The Miracle Man finds writer-director-producer George Loane Tucker setting a rousing new standard for cinema.
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as Tom Burke
as The Frog
as The Dope
as Claire King
as Mr. Higgins
as Ruth Higgins
as Richard King
as The Patriarch
Critic Reviews for The Miracle Man
The pictorial quality seems to hold a place equal to that of the dramatic values In this picture. Many of the shots reveal a talent for composition that is rare.
You've been crying for something "different." Here you have it. The Miracle Man is an unusual picture. It is a great picture. And George Loane Tucker is its director.
The story is of interest to believer and unbeliever alike. There is a human interest to plot that cannot fail but grip man, woman or child.
We do not mean to suggest that The Miracle Man is the summit of human achievement, as regards the cinematograph. It is not that, but it does at least equal, and possibly excel, any film that has hitherto been produced.
Mr. Tucker starts his story slowly, ends it badly, and lets it drag perceptibly after the big scene.
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