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The Miracle Woman - Behind-the-Scenes Photo
Here is a photo taken behind-the-scenes during production of Columbia's The Miracle Woman (1931), starring Barbara Stanwyck and David Manners and directed by Frank Capra.
The Miracle Woman - Publicity Stills
Here are a few stills taken to help publicize Columbia's The Miracle Woman (1931), starring Barbara Stanwyck and David Manners and directed by Frank Capra.


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Miracle Woman, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Why Not Every Man? Frank Capra's spectacular and not-unrealistic depiction of a 1920's evangelical revival, with Barbara Stanwyck (as Florence Fallon, modeled on Aimee Semple McPherson) and David Manners as candidate for healing, from The Miracle Woman, 1931.
Black Cat, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) The Years Have Been Kind After their bus wreck, Peter (David Manners) and unconscious bride Joan (Jacqueline Wells) are led, maybe not by accident, by Dr. Werdegast (Bela Lugosi) to the home of his old acquaintance Poelzig (Boris Karloff), in The Black Cat, 1934, directed by Edgar Ulmer.
Dracula (1931) -- There Are Far Worse Things Bela Lugosi (title character) on the loose now in London, has consumed a street waif and made his way to the symphony, where we meet his neighbor Seward (Herbert Bunston), his daughter Mina (Helen Chandler) and her friend Lucy (Frances Dade), in Dracula, 1931, from Universal Pictures and director Tod Browning.
Dracula (1931) -- Is There Anything The Matter With You Throat? First in bat-form then in person, Bela Lugosi (title character) pays his first nocturnal visit to Mina (Helen Chandler), who the next day consults with Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), called in from Germany to assist her father Seward (Herbert Bunston) and worried fiancè (David Manners), in director Tod Browning’s Dracula, 1931.
Mummy, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) What Fools We Look Eleven years following the hairy prologue, bothered Englishmen Whemple (David Manners) and Professor Pearson (Leonard Mudie) are lamenting their lousy dig when an un-credentialed Egyptian who calls himself Ardeth Bey (Boris Karloff) drops by, in Universal's original The Mummy, 1932.
Mummy, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Closed For The Night Mysterious Egyptian "Ardeth Bay" (Boris Karloff) has his hands now on his prized scroll, incanting over it the name of the long dead princess of the character he's pretending not to be, somehow reaching Anglo-Egyptian Helen (Zita Johann) at the museum party, in Universal's The Mummy, 1932.
Black Cat, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) All-Consuming Horror Released prisoner Dr. Werdegast (Bela Lugosi) and host Poelzig (Boris Karloff) have just been arguing over old feuds when tourist Peter (David Manners), joins them, with a cat, then his wife (Jacqueline Wells), in The Black Cat, 1934.
They Call It Sin (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Standing On The Rock Of Ages Betrothed New Yorker JImmy (David Manners) is killing time in a Kansas town on a business trip, resorting to church on a Sunday, and can't help noticing the pretty organist (Loretta Young) with whom he wangles a chat, in They Call It Sin, 1932.
They Call It Sin (1932) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Belong To You Rapid events as traveling New Yorker Jimmy (David Manners) surprises lovesick Marion (Loretta Young) in her Kansas town on his way home, leading to a big reveal in conversation with her parents (Elizabeth Patterson, Erville Anderson), in the pre-Code They Call It Sin, 1932.
Lady With A Past (1932) -- (Movie Clip) She Murdered Her Husband Acutely bookish and boring Venice (Constance Bennett) dragged to a party by friend Lola (Astrid Allwyn) hears from jerry (Donald Dilloway) then from hunky Donnie (David Manners) about the scandalized Mrs. Duryea (Merna Kennedy), early in Lady With A Past, 1932.
Jalna (1935) -- (Movie Clip) He's Married Her The Canadian Whiteoaks clan, (C. Aubrey Smith, Jessie Ralph, Halliwell Hobbes, David Manners, Peggy Wood) greeting the expected bride (Kay Johnson) when Piers (Theodore Newton) arrives with the unexpected (Molly Lamont), brother Renny (Ian Hunter) cracking down, in Jalna, 1935.
Jalna (1935) -- (Movie Clip) I've Dreaded Your Arrival Novice Canadian poet Eden (David Manners) on his trip to New York to meet his publisher, especially taken with the assistant Alayne (Kay Johnson, her first scene), early in director John Cromwell's family drama Jalna, 1935.