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Sister Teresa, a nun in a Spanish convent, falls in love with Captain Stuart, a soldier battling the Napoleonic army. When Teresa leaves the convent to pursue her true love a statue of the Virgin Mary comes to life, assuming the position of the absent nun. Believing Captain Stuart to be dead, Teresa marries a gypsy who is killed by his jealous brother. Teresa then becomes involved with a bullfighter who meets his fate in the bull ring. Meanwhile, Captain Stuart is led toward destiny and back to Teresa--and the battle of Waterloo. A sweeping romance that speaks to the depths of love and spiritual devotion, photographed in lush Technicolor.
Top Customer Reviews
It is a wonderful, love story with Carol Baker and Roger Moore,set in the Napoleonic time period.
Carol Baker plays a young postulant at a convent, who must decide between her love of God or the handsome soldier, played by Roger Moore.
In leaving the convent to seek her soldier love, the statue of the Madonna steps down to take her place. Things begin to happen.
In her search, the young postulant encounters other loves along the way, only to find them meet an untimely death.
To prevent the death of her soldier, she loves, she must make the ultimate decision to return to take her vows at the convent.
During the ensuing battle, the young soldiers life is miraculously saved.
There is lot more to this movie to be said.
BUT THE QUESTION HERE IS......WHY IS THIS MOVIE NOT OUT ON DVD YET????
IT'S LONG OVERDUE!!!
Time for a dvd release of this great movie!!!
And as an added bonus, it's Region Free so it can be played anywhere in the world!
I'm a very happy customer.
The film takes place in Spain, sometime in the early nineteenth century. At the Convent of the Valley of Milaflores stands a statue of the Madonna. Legend has it that since the statue has been there, the region has been prosperous. This is the convent where seventeen year old Teresa (Carroll Baker) is a postulant nun. One day, a group of English soldiers, sent to help Spain ward off invasion by the French, come by the convent. Led by young, impossibly handsome Captain Michael Stuart (Roger Moore), who cuts a dashing figure, Teresa falls in love at first sight. He, too, is smitten by her. As luck would have it, they fall in love, and Teresa agrees to meet him in town in order to get married.
Unfortunately, timing is everything. Teresa gets into town just as the French are invading. Believing that Michael has been killed, she leaves to wander about the world, after joining a band of gypsies. In the meantime, the statue of the Madonna literally leaves her pedestal, becoming flesh and blood. No one in the convent knows that Teresa is gone, as the Madonna has taken Teresa's place and assumed her visage.
Meanwhile, Teresa becomes a famous gypsy singer and dancer, traveling around the country and having adventures. Whenever a man falls in love with her, however, the recipe is usually disaster. One day, her faith is renewed, when she gets her dearest wish. She then finds herself making a promise that causes her to find herself back at square one. It is a life defining decision. It is a miracle.Read more ›
A bit draggy during Theresa's (Caroll Baker) gypsy days...other wise thoroughly engaging, and thought provoking.
I remember, as a child, when the Madonna took Theresa's place in the convent, we saw the Madonna's face.....now for some reason, they superimpose Theresa's face over the Madonna's.....dont know why.
Most recent customer reviews
I saw this film as a teenager in South Africa and that was the best film I ever saw .Since seeing that movie I was a Roger Moore fan. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2002 by marinamayne
I was also 10 years old (it seems that everybody hear was) when I saw The Miracle (twice) and fell madly in love both with Moore and Baker, then a young and dazzling beautiful... Read morePublished on July 6 2001
I must have been 10 Years old when I saw that movie and it was the first and only time. Never found it after that. Read morePublished on Dec 27 1999 by A.A.
I was only 9 years old when I saw this movie in the theater. After that, I watched it devotedly every year on TV (no video yet at that time). Read morePublished on Sept. 18 1999
I remember seeing this movie as I child and like the lady from Cincinnati below, I cried and cried for days. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 1999