1961 Pocketful of Miracles Lobby CardGo Back
Pocketful of Miracles is a 1961 American Technicolor comedy-drama film starring Bette Davis and Glenn Ford, and directed by Frank Capra, filmed in Panavision. The screenplay by Hal Kanter and Harry Tugend is based on the screenplay of the 1933 film Lady for a Day by Robert Riskin, which was adapted from the Damon Runyon short story “Madame La Gimp”. That original 1933 film was also directed by Capra, one of two films that he originally directed and later remade, the other being Broadway Bill (1934), and its remake Riding High (1950). The film proved to be the final project for both Capra and veteran actor Thomas Mitchell but also featured the film debut of Ann-Margret. Supporting player Peter Falk was nominated for an Academy Award but George Chakiris won that year for West Side Story.
Presented is a 11×14 lobby card from the 1961 film Pocketful of Miracles. It shows mild display wear especially concentrated along the borders/edges.