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A Letter for Evie(1946)

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  • Great Ensemble Comedy Romance

    • George H.
    • 1/16/16

    During WWII, Pretty Marsha Hunt at a NY shirt factory drops a hopeful love letter into a shirt pocket before it is sent out to the troops. It gets intercepted by private Hume Cronyn and the fun begins, screwball fashion, as the two correspond, fall in love and then meet in real life - with plenty of complications to work out. Great ensemble acting, witty dialog, and fine pacing make this film just right.Do you like "Shop Around the Corner"? Then you will be glad this little picture is there to renew the feeling!

  • Light entertainment

    • Andrea Doria
    • 12/18/14

    I've loved Marsha Hunt since she played a rare, loveable Mary Bennet in "Pride and Prejudice." She's also excellent in "Smash-Up," and she's fine in this one but there's not really much substance for her to work with.Like so many romantic movies where someone sees past appearances to the person underneath, it's the woman seeing the man's worth. We know where the men stand in the beginning when one tries to discourage the other by falsely claiming that, "She wears glasses." Heaven forbid.It has some fun moments though, so I'm giving it three stars.

  • great movie

    • Ashley
    • 1/22/12

    Loved the movie

  • A treat for Hume Cronyn and/or Marsha Hunt fans.

    • bigemd
    • 6/18/09

    Seldom seem film with the plot a Cyrano de Begerac set in World War II. Script is like others before and since, but it doesn't feel like it due to acting of Marsha Hunt and Hume Cronyn.

  • "Love In an Unexpected Face"

    • Happy Fenton
    • 12/6/08

    Cyrano de Begerac set in World War II. A sweet love story that proves that beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder. I could watch this underrated cinematic gem over and over. If you love The Best Years of Our Lives, Mrs. Miniver, Since You Went Away, The Enchanted Cottage, In the Good Old Summertime, or Shop Around the Corner then I'm positive you'll love this. Please keep voting for this to be released on DVD. A truly hidden treasure of cinema.

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