The letter, Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; a William Wyler production ; screen play by Howard Koch ; directed by William Wyler ; a Warner Brothers First National picture
The work The letter, Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; a William Wyler production ; screen play by Howard Koch ; directed by William Wyler ; a Warner Brothers First National picture represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in San Francisco Public Library.

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  • The letter, Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; a William Wyler production ; screen play by Howard Koch ; directed by William Wyler ; a Warner Brothers First National picture
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  • The letter
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  • Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; a William Wyler production ; screen play by Howard Koch ; directed by William Wyler ; a Warner Brothers First National picture
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  • eng
Summary
  • Six years after exploding to stardom in Of Human Bondage, Bette Davis equaled that excitement with another W. Somerset Maugham role as an adulteress using her sexual wiles to escape a murder conviction in The Letter. The film throbs with sultry tension thanks to Davis, an impeccable supporting cast, atmospheric cinematography and the artistry of three-time Academy Award winner William Wyler. Nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Actress, Director, and Supporting Actor
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  • videorecording
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  • 1127394234
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  • 95
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  • Archive collection
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  • live action
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