Bernadette Soubirous (Jones) is a sickly 14-year-old who sees a vision of a beautiful lady, and never suffers from her illness again. Moreover, a fountain suddenly materialises near her vision that seems to heal visitors who bathe in it. Unspoiled by her apparent gift, Bernadette nonetheless suffers the prejudices of those around her in this extraordinary, inspiring film that also stars Vicent Price, Charles Bickford and Lee J. Cob
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play Bernadette Soubirous (Jones) is a sickly 14-year-old who sees a vision of a "beautiful lady" and never suffers from her illness again Moreover a fountain suddenly materialises near her vision that seems to heal visitors who bathe in it Unspoiled by her apparent gift Bernadette nonetheless suffers the prejudices of those around her in this extraordinary inspiring film that also stars Vicent Price Charles Bickford and Lee J Cob Actors Jennifer Jones Charles Bickford Vincent Price Lee J Cobb Gladys Cooper Anne Revere Roman Bohnen Mary Anderson Patricia Morison Aubrey Mather Charles Dingle Edith Barrett Sig Ruman Blanche Yurka & Ermadean Walters Director Henry King Certificate Universal Suitable for All Year 1943 Screen 431331 Languages English Additional Languages French; Italian; German; Spanish Subtitles French; Italian; German; Spanish; Danish; Finnish; Norwegian; Swedish; English for the hearing impaired Duration 2 hours and 35 minutes (approx)
Henry King directs this classic drama based on the novel by Franz V. Werfel. 14-year-old Bernadette Soubirous (Jennifer Jones) is enrolled in a Catholic school where she finds life extremely hard, often being shamed in front of her friends for not learning her sacraments. While out on an errand, Bernadette approaches a cave where she sees a mysterious lady shrouded in light and holding a rosary. When she tells her friends, in confidence, of her discovery, the news soon spreads across town and Bernadette finds herself the subject of gossip and ridicule as the masses believe her to be insane. Some do believe her, however, and she continues to visit the cave and do the things that the lady asks. Will Bernadette be able to prove that her vision is real?