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The Letters (1973 film)

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The Letters
GenreDrama
Written byJames G. Hirsch
Ellis Marcus
Hal Sitowitz
Directed byPaul Krasny
Gene Nelson
StarringJohn Forsythe
Jane Powell
Dina Merrill
Leslie Nielsen
Barbara Stanwyck
Music byPete Rugolo
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Leonard Goldberg
Aaron Spelling
Producer(s)Paul Junger Witt
CinematographyLeonard J. South
Tim Southcott
Editor(s)David Berlatsky
Carroll Sax
Robert L. Swanson
Running time74 minutes
Production company(s)ABC Circle Films
Release
Original networkABC
Original releaseMarch 6, 1973 (1973-03-06)

The Letters is a 1973 American made-for-television drama film starring John Forsythe, Jane Powell, Dina Merrill, Leslie Nielsen and Barbara Stanwyck. It premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on March 6, 1973.[1]

It was followed by a sequel, Letters from Three Lovers (1973).

Plot

The lives of three families (the Andersons, the Parkingtons and the Forresters) are affected by a year-long delay in the arrival of mail.

Cast

The Andersons segment: "Dear Elaine"

The Parkingtons segment: "Dear Penelope"

The Forresters segment: "Dear Karen"

  • Pamela Franklin as Karen Forrester
  • Ida Lupino as Mrs. Forrester
  • Ben Murphy as Joe Randolph
  • Shelley Novack as Sonny
  • Frederick Herrick as Billy
  • Ann Noland as Sally
  • Brick Huston as Officer
  • Charles Picerni as 1st Man

References

  1. ^ "ABC DELIVERS THE LETTERS' TRILOGY". Los Angeles Times. Mar 4, 1973. p. o3.

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