Script for The Man Who Could Work Miracles

Scope and Content

The Man Who Could Work Miracles was a 1936 comedy / fantasy film written by H.G. Wells. The story concerns a man who may or may not have magical powers. The 1936 film starred Roland Young, with Ralph Richardson and Edward Chapman. The story was adapted for radio in 1959, with Tony Hancock in the main role.

This script is a photocopy.