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After nearly 30 years of performing as a traveling caller, Fred and Nancy Walker have decided to cease their calling endeavors as of the end of 2016. During our travels to numerous square dance clubs, weekends, caller seminars and state and national conventions, etc. we have literally made hundreds of new friends. For this we will be eternally grateful for the kindness shown to us by local dancers, fellow callers and event sponsors, etc.

Although Fred and Nancy will no longer be travelling to call club dances, special dances, caller seminars and one-nighters, etc. tentative plans are to continue to produce high-quality square dance music via the Miracle Records label. Beginning in early 2017, Miracle Records will exclusively feature guest artists to perform singing calls. Through such efforts, the label hopes in some small way to continue to promote the square dance activity that we cherish.

If you are interested in recording as a guest artist on Miracle Records, please contact Fred Walker by telephone to formally discuss such arrangements by calling:

After nearly 30 years of performing as a traveling caller, Fred and Nancy Walker have decided to cease their calling endeavors as of the end of 2016. During our travels to numerous square dance clubs, weekends, caller seminars and state and national conventions, etc. we have literally made hundreds of new friends. For this we will be eternally grateful for the kindness shown to us by local dancers, fellow callers and event sponsors, etc.

Although Fred and Nancy will no longer be travelling to call club dances, special dances, caller seminars and one-nighters, etc. tentative plans are to continue to produce high-quality square dance music via the Miracle Records label. Beginning in early 2017, Miracle Records will exclusively feature guest artists to perform singing calls. Through such efforts, the label hopes in some small way to continue to promote the square dance activity that we cherish.

If you are interested in recording as a guest artist on Miracle Records, please contact Fred Walker by telephone to formally discuss such arrangements by calling:

The Miracle of the Bells is a 1948 film produced by RKO . It stars Fred MacMurray , Alida Valli , Frank Sinatra , and Lee J. Cobb . Directed by Irving Pichel , with a script by Quentin Reynolds and Ben Hecht .

To generate interest in the film, the grief-stricken Dunnigan desperately pulls a publicity stunt, convincing churches all across "Coaltown" to ring their bells for three days as a tribute to the dead actress and promising to pay them with checks that he cannot possibly cover. Huge interest begins to develop in the unknown actress who gave her life to complete a film, and Marcus Harris wires Dunnigan enough money to cover the checks. But Harris calls Dunnigan and tells him that he has decided not to release the film, because the moviegoing public might resent greeting the arrival of a new star who is actually dead. Harris intends to recast the role and begin filming all over again.

The film was put into production at the same time that Ingrid Bergman was filming her own Technicolor Joan of Arc , which was also released by RKO in 1948. Ironically, the very expensive Bergman film, although much more highly regarded today, was not a success upon release, unlike the fictional Joan of Arc film depicted in The Miracle of the Bells .

Granting her final request, a Hollywood press agent brings the dead body of an actress, who died after making her first and only film, back to her hometown for burial. To arouse public …

Director: Irving Pichel
Writers: Russell Janney (novel), Ben Hecht,
Stars: Fred MacMurray, Alida Valli, Frank Sinatra

After nearly 30 years of performing as a traveling caller, Fred and Nancy Walker have decided to cease their calling endeavors as of the end of 2016. During our travels to numerous square dance clubs, weekends, caller seminars and state and national conventions, etc. we have literally made hundreds of new friends. For this we will be eternally grateful for the kindness shown to us by local dancers, fellow callers and event sponsors, etc.

Although Fred and Nancy will no longer be travelling to call club dances, special dances, caller seminars and one-nighters, etc. tentative plans are to continue to produce high-quality square dance music via the Miracle Records label. Beginning in early 2017, Miracle Records will exclusively feature guest artists to perform singing calls. Through such efforts, the label hopes in some small way to continue to promote the square dance activity that we cherish.

If you are interested in recording as a guest artist on Miracle Records, please contact Fred Walker by telephone to formally discuss such arrangements by calling:

The Miracle of the Bells is a 1948 film produced by RKO . It stars Fred MacMurray , Alida Valli , Frank Sinatra , and Lee J. Cobb . Directed by Irving Pichel , with a script by Quentin Reynolds and Ben Hecht .

To generate interest in the film, the grief-stricken Dunnigan desperately pulls a publicity stunt, convincing churches all across "Coaltown" to ring their bells for three days as a tribute to the dead actress and promising to pay them with checks that he cannot possibly cover. Huge interest begins to develop in the unknown actress who gave her life to complete a film, and Marcus Harris wires Dunnigan enough money to cover the checks. But Harris calls Dunnigan and tells him that he has decided not to release the film, because the moviegoing public might resent greeting the arrival of a new star who is actually dead. Harris intends to recast the role and begin filming all over again.

The film was put into production at the same time that Ingrid Bergman was filming her own Technicolor Joan of Arc , which was also released by RKO in 1948. Ironically, the very expensive Bergman film, although much more highly regarded today, was not a success upon release, unlike the fictional Joan of Arc film depicted in The Miracle of the Bells .

Granting her final request, a Hollywood press agent brings the dead body of an actress, who died after making her first and only film, back to her hometown for burial. To arouse public …

Director: Irving Pichel
Writers: Russell Janney (novel), Ben Hecht,
Stars: Fred MacMurray, Alida Valli, Frank Sinatra

The Miracle of the Bells is a 1948 American drama film produced by RKO . It stars Fred MacMurray , Alida Valli , Frank Sinatra , and Lee J. Cobb . Directed by Irving Pichel , with a script by Quentin Reynolds and Ben Hecht .

To generate interest in the film, the grief-stricken Dunnigan desperately pulls a publicity stunt, convincing all 5 churches in "Coal Town" to ring their bells for three days as a tribute to the dead actress, paying them with checks that he cannot cover. Huge interest begins to develop in the unknown actress who gave her life to complete the film, and Marcus Harris wires Dunnigan enough money to cover the checks. But Harris calls Dunnigan and tells him that he has decided not to release the film, because the moviegoing public might resent greeting the arrival of a new star who has died. Harris intends to recast the role and begin filming all over again.

The film was put into production at the same time that Ingrid Bergman was filming her own Technicolor Joan of Arc , which was also released by RKO in 1948. Ironically, the very expensive Bergman film, although much more highly regarded today, was not a success upon release, unlike the fictional Joan of Arc film depicted in The Miracle of the Bells .

After nearly 30 years of performing as a traveling caller, Fred and Nancy Walker have decided to cease their calling endeavors as of the end of 2016. During our travels to numerous square dance clubs, weekends, caller seminars and state and national conventions, etc. we have literally made hundreds of new friends. For this we will be eternally grateful for the kindness shown to us by local dancers, fellow callers and event sponsors, etc.

Although Fred and Nancy will no longer be travelling to call club dances, special dances, caller seminars and one-nighters, etc. tentative plans are to continue to produce high-quality square dance music via the Miracle Records label. Beginning in early 2017, Miracle Records will exclusively feature guest artists to perform singing calls. Through such efforts, the label hopes in some small way to continue to promote the square dance activity that we cherish.

If you are interested in recording as a guest artist on Miracle Records, please contact Fred Walker by telephone to formally discuss such arrangements by calling:

The Miracle of the Bells is a 1948 film produced by RKO . It stars Fred MacMurray , Alida Valli , Frank Sinatra , and Lee J. Cobb . Directed by Irving Pichel , with a script by Quentin Reynolds and Ben Hecht .

To generate interest in the film, the grief-stricken Dunnigan desperately pulls a publicity stunt, convincing churches all across "Coaltown" to ring their bells for three days as a tribute to the dead actress and promising to pay them with checks that he cannot possibly cover. Huge interest begins to develop in the unknown actress who gave her life to complete a film, and Marcus Harris wires Dunnigan enough money to cover the checks. But Harris calls Dunnigan and tells him that he has decided not to release the film, because the moviegoing public might resent greeting the arrival of a new star who is actually dead. Harris intends to recast the role and begin filming all over again.

The film was put into production at the same time that Ingrid Bergman was filming her own Technicolor Joan of Arc , which was also released by RKO in 1948. Ironically, the very expensive Bergman film, although much more highly regarded today, was not a success upon release, unlike the fictional Joan of Arc film depicted in The Miracle of the Bells .


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