Phase two would consist of the second Miracle field and two multi-purpose fields. Phase three would include a retail section, including a coffee shop that employs and is mostly run by people with disabilities. For more information about Miracle Park click here. Executive Director of Max Abilities of York County, a state-funded organization that helps people with disabilities, Mary Poole says she has been waiting 12 years for something like this to come to York County. She says the Miracle fields will allow her daughter, who was formerly wheel-chair bound and now struggles with walking, participate.
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A moment later, in the midst of the heavy, late evening rain, the priest finds Ruth unconscious on the steps, just as Grace arrives. Seeing the coin clasped in Ruth's hand, he shows it to Grace, who recognizes it and realizes that, for a brief moment, Art had returned to Ruth, whose own tenuous hold on life remains clouded in uncertainty at the final fadeout. Jerome, lyrics by Ned Washington. Assigning 2 stars out of 5 , The Motion Picture Guide edition opined that "Ben Hecht was usually a lot more cynical than what he showed in his novel and screenplay for this hankie-grabber".
Evaluating that the presentation has "a bit of comedy from comic King and Nichols, as a stripper, but it's otherwise heavy going", the write-up decides that "too many secondary stories and not enough on-screen time between Wyman and a living, breathing Johnson, are what detract from the picture". Among British references, veteran critic and TimeOut Film Guide founding editor Tom Milne characterized it as a "weepie" and found it "not a patch on Minnelli 's The Clock , though much better than one might expect, thanks to a similar concern for humble detail and a nice array of New York locations", but concluded that "the final 'miracle' — one of scriptwriter Ben Hecht's follies", to be "a tough lump of goo to swallow" from edition.
Leslie Halliwell in his Film Guide 5th edition, offered similar views, granting it 2 stars out of 4 and describing it as "archetypal Hollywood schmaltz, half acute observation of amusing types, half sentimental whimsy, with a final supernatural touch of eating your cake and having it". The write-up also included the film's tagline: A picture of very special greatness! Finally, David Shipman in his Good Film and Video Guide , also settles on 2 stars out of 4 , positing that "Ben Hecht's screenplay is of the genre 'spiritual', and may have been undertaken cynically, but the director has set it in a realistic, working-class New York then rarely seen in movies, so it acquires a certain patina.
And it is very nicely played, by Jane Wyman… and Alan King, as a soldier enamoured of his new wife Barbara Nichols , an untalented cabaret artist. During the late s and early s, at the start of a period in American TV which was subsequently characterized as the Golden Age of Television or, more precisely, "Golden Age of Live TV Drama", four anthology drama showcases used varying time formats to broadcast adaptations of Miracle in the Rain.
The first of these aired during NBC 's —47 season, an early period of irregular programming, nearly two years before the start of network TV's first full-schedule season in October On Sunday, February 23, , from 9: The records are missing details regarding members of the cast or whether Coe also directed the episode.
The second presentation of the story aired as the February 14, episode of NBC 's minute weekly live drama series, Chevrolet Tele-Theater which, during its earliest months, was titled Chevrolet on Broadway. Presented on a high budget by the automaker , the show's productions tended to use established Hollywood talent which was more expensive than lesser-known actors from the New York stage.
Reducing the plot to its core elements, the twenty-six-minute Valentine's Day encapsulation of the original novella starred, as Ruth, Mary Anderson who, in the previous five years, had played the female lead or second lead in six major studio films, including 's Lifeboat and Wilson , 's To Each His Own and 's Whispering City. Art was portrayed, in his TV debut, by John Dall who, a few months earlier, in , had co-starred as one of the two Leopold and Loeb -like thrill killers in Alfred Hitchcock 's first Technicolor film, Rope and, two years before that, at the 18th Academy Awards , was one of the nominees for Best Supporting Actor as a result of his first film role, playing a young Welsh coal miner given a chance for a better life in 's The Corn Is Green.
The episode was produced by former actor Owen Davis, Jr. The following year, Westinghouse Studio One , which started, in , as CBS ' first regularly-scheduled weekly anthology drama series and, unlike Chevrolet Tele-Theater , had an hour-long time slot, presented its adaptation by David Shaw on May 1, Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner , whose helming of Patton , twenty years later, would win him an Academy Award for Best Director , the live production starred Jeffrey Lynn.
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In the three years between his film debut in and the start of his World War II service in , Lynn played leads and second leads in eighteen films and was touted by his studio, Warner Bros. However, upon returning to the screen after a seven-year absence, he found that his initial six films in the —50 period, including the acclaimed A Letter to Three Wives , did not restore his career as leading man and he turned to television, making his small-screen debut with Miracle in the Rain.
The role of Ruth was given to Joy Geffen, a New York stage actress with a number of undocumented appearances during TV's earliest days and at least six recorded credits for live dramas airing between and The storyline allowed for two additional characters, Ruth's mother, portrayed by Catherine Squire , and Ruth's office friend, whose given name, in this adaptation, was changed from Grace to Flora Ullman, played by Eleanor Wilson.
Just over three years later, on August 20, , another production of the story, once again pared down to a half-hour, was presented by a live drama showcase based on the stories of the novella's original author.