The Miracle of the Cards

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The Miracle of the Cards is the true story of eight-year-old English youngster Craig Shergold (Thomas Sangster), who in 1989 is diagnosed with a brain tumor. Although the prognosis is negative, Craig's mother Marion (Catherine Oxenberg) becomes convinced that somewhere in the world there is a cure for the boy's affliction, and that the means of finding that cure is to break the Guinness record for receiving greeting cards. Broadcasting a plea to everyone on Earth, Marion is successful in bringing a whopping 350 ...
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Overview

The Miracle of the Cards is the true story of eight-year-old English youngster Craig Shergold (Thomas Sangster), who in 1989 is diagnosed with a brain tumor. Although the prognosis is negative, Craig's mother Marion (Catherine Oxenberg) becomes convinced that somewhere in the world there is a cure for the boy's affliction, and that the means of finding that cure is to break the Guinness record for receiving greeting cards. Broadcasting a plea to everyone on Earth, Marion is successful in bringing a whopping 350 million cards to Craig's door -- and yes, one of those cards provides the key for Craig's ultimate salvation. Filmed in Vancouver, The Miracle of the Cards premiered November 10, 2001, over the PAX Network. Richard Thomas, the star of the PAX anthology It's a Miracle, is herein cast as Dr. Kassell.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2011
  • UPC: 095163884055
  • Original Release: 2001
  • Source: Bridgestone Multimed
  • Time: 5:25:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,031

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Catherine Oxenberg
Kirk Cameron
Peter Wingfield
Thomas Sangster
Richard Thomas
Technical Credits
Mark Griffiths Director
Deanna Embury Producer
Deborah B. Gabler Producer
Ken Harrison Score Composer
Henry M. Lebo Cinematographer
Lee Wilson Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Robert Wood Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Need some inspiration?

    If you (or someone you know) have ever gone through a difficult time in your life (and who hasn't), this film will give you the strength to overcome your problems and be triumphant! The results of unrelenting strength and faith, together with doing the right things, are beautifully demonstrated by Marion and Craig Shergold during their ordeal with Craig's brain turmor. Watch this film and you will be ready to conquer the world!

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