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    Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) No Company But Natives

    Opening scene, first appearance by famed stage actress Jeanne Eagels in her only surviving sound film, as British rubber-plantation wife Leslie, in the role later played by Bette Davis, with Reginald Owen as her husband Robert, in The Letter, 1929, from the story and play by W.S. Maugham.

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