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Man Who Could Work Miracles is a film, ostensibly a comedy, that H.G. Wells (1866-1946) scripted late in life for London Film Productions. The present volume is a literary text of the scenario and dialogue published in advance of the movie's release in 1937. Wells himself says it is "a companion piece" to Things to Come, his deadly serious film done a year before. Both films were produced by Alexander Korda, who extended to Wells unprecedented control over them.
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