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The Letter(1929)

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  • Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) You Wanted The Truth

    Conventional, early-sound treatment of the incident William Wyler used to open...more>

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  • Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Damned Clever, These Chinese

    O.P. Heggie as British defense lawyer Joyce in colonial Malaya receives pivotal...more>

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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...more>

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  1. Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) You Wanted The Truth

    movie clip - Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) You Wanted The Truth

  2. Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Damned Clever, These Chinese

    movie clip - Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Damned Clever, These Chinese

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

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

  1. Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) You Wanted The Truth airing:
  2. Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Damned Clever, These Chinese airing:
    • O.P. Heggie as British defense lawyer Joyce in colonial Malaya receives pivotal news from his sneaky assistant On Chi Seng (Tamaki Yoshiwara), his racist catch-phrase closing line not from the original W.S. Maugham play, in the first movie version of The Letter, 1929.
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  3. Letter, The (1929) -- (Movie Clip) No Company But Natives airing:
    • 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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      • 188x141
      • 219x119
      • 223x104