Love Letters

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Alan (Joseph Cotten), a soldier stationed in Italy during World War II, writes love letters for his ineloquent friend, Roger (Robert Sully), to his romantic interest at home, Victoria. Alan falls for Victoria through their correspondence despite his engagement to another woman. After being wounded, Alan returns home only to learn that Roger and Victoria have died under strange circumstances. However, an amnesiac named Singleton (Jennifer Jones) might hold the key to the mystery of their deaths.

Cast

Joseph Cotten
as Allen Quinton
Jennifer Jones
as Singleton/Victoria Morland
Ann Richards
as Dilly Carson
Anita Louise
as Helen Wentworth
Gladys Cooper
as Beatrice Remington
Byron Barr
as Derek Quinton
Gig Young
as Derek Quinton
Robert Sully
as Roger Morland
Reginald Denny
as Defense Attorney
James Millican
as Jim Connings
Lumsden Hare
as Mr. Quinton
Winifred Harris
as Mrs. Quinton
Ethel May Halls
as Bishop's Wife
David Clyde
as Postman
Ian Wolfe
as Vicar
Conrad Binyon
as Boy in Library
Nina Borget
as Barmaid in Italian Inn
Louise Currie
as Clara Foley
George Humbert
as Proprietor of Italian Inn
Clifford Brooke
as Cart Driver
Ottola Nesmith
as Attendant
Helena Grant
as Attendant
Catherine Craig
as Jeanette Campbell
Anthony Marsh
as Young Man at Party
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Critic Reviews for Love Letters

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Audience Reviews for Love Letters

  • Mar 15, 2014
    Messy and melodramatic, Love letters offered good acting ensemble but awful direction and screenplay. The whole plot was predictable, the ending was really disappointing. I was expecting more from Ayn Rand but even a genius cannot transform a doomed story.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Dec 11, 2013
    Jennifer Jones does seem to end up in these overly sentimental pieces. Unlike Love is a Many Splendored Thing, this one doesn't work as effectively. Yucky yucky in the end.
    John B Super Reviewer

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