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Pocketful Of Miracles

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  1. Feb 15,  · Directed by Frank Capra. With Glenn Ford, Bette Davis, Hope Lange, Arthur O'Connell. A New York gangster and his girlfriend attempt to turn street beggar Apple Annie into a society lady when the peddler learns her daughter is marrying royalty/10(K).
  2. Pocketful of Miracles Photos View All Photos (3) Movie Info. In this film, Apple Annie is a besotted, rag-clad street vendor. Annie's daughter Louise is under the impression that Annie is a high 56%.
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  4. Nov 18,  · Pocketful of Miracles is a charming urban fairy from It was the last movie directed by Frank Capra, who specialized in mid-century American fairy tales (It Happened One Night, It's A Wonderful Life (Two-Disc Collector's Set) (B/W & Color), Mr. /5().
  5. Pocketful Of Miracles. This was Frank Capra's swan song as a producer-director, and although it was not well received upon initial release, it's still a good movie with some outstanding performances.
  6. Pocketful of Miracles () was the last feature film he ever made, but it is no exception to the pervading sense of optimism and sentiment that were his signature. Made in , it was a remake of one of his earlier films Lady for a Day (), which itself was based on the Damon Runyon short story Madame La Gimp.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Frank Sinatra - Pocketful Of Miracles at Discogs. Complete your Frank Sinatra collection/5(8).
  8. Director Frank Capra's last feature film, Pocketful of Miracles is a Technicolor remake of his film Lady for a Day. A barely recognizable Bette Davis plays Apple Annie, the besotted, unkempt, rag-clad street vendor who controls the activities of all the beggars on Broadway. Apple Annie is the pet of Dave the Dude (), a tough but basically kind-hearted gangster who believes that Annie's 6/
  9. Director Frank Capra's last feature film, Pocketful of Miracles is a Technicolor remake of his film Lady for a Day. A barely recognizable Bette Davis plays Apple Annie, the besotted, unkempt, rag-clad street vendor who controls the activities of all the beggars on Broadway.5/5(4).

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