- Acting of Lead Performers
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Made and released during the Korean War ...
- Jeff Boston
when men from our exceptional nation were fighting the decided godlessness of communism, which has failed every time man's arrogance has attempted to implement it. A great deal of films like this one were released during the height of the Cold War. They were made to inspire us and set us and our timeless values apart from the evildoers, and to show us what we were fighting for - something worth fighting for: freedom.
- Sheri Stewart
This is a very well performed production! I am a Christian, but I am not a Catholic. I believe in God and I do believe in miracles. I was amazed at the whole truth of this movie. The message of God has always been hampered by evil and it is most evidently portrayed in this story, which I do believe actually happened.
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima
I wish this movie was seen worldwide. It's a great movie. I feel this way because I want world peace so badly.
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (1952)
- Jay Higgins
Simply told, nicely made. Gilbert Roland is fine in the lead role. Good score. It's not on the same scale though as The Song of Bernadette 9 years earlier, but it does hold its own.
Fatima ia a great flick and a true story!
- Carl Granieri
Although understandably Hollywood-ized somewhat, the essential facts of the movie are correct - a story confirmed by the eye witness account of more than 70,000 by-standers. A forever timely message of Peace and Hope and of the existence of God and realities beyond our human understanding. A great story.