Spain's contribution to the 1958 Brussels Film Festival was Los Jueves Milagro (Miracles of Thursday). The story is faintly reminiscent of such 1930s Hollywood films as Olsen and Johnson's Country Gentlemen. A group of clever businessman seek out a method to improve the tourist trade in a sleepy Spanish village. This they do by faking a Lourdes-style "miracle" at a local watering place. The scheme is bollixed up by a gangster who threatens to expose the fraud if he isn't given a piece of the action. The gangster's ultimate change of heart proves not so surprising when his true identity is revealed.