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Letter of Introduction [1938]

Director:John M. Stahl
Writer:Leonard Spigelgass
Sheridan Gibney
Composer:Frank Skinner
Length:104 minutes
(1 hour 44 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Drama
IMDB Rating:6.0/10
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: An aging actor, trying to make a comeback on Broadway, is surprised when his estranged daughter shows up.

Reaction: Nice and charming, though it would seem that just a touch of honesty would have cleared up the main conflict.

Personal Rating: 6/10

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John M. Stahl => Director
Leonard Spigelgass => Writer
Sheridan Gibney => Writer
Frank Skinner => Composer
Adolphe Menjou => John Mannering
Andrea Leeds => Katherine 'Kay' Martin
Ann Sheridan => Lydia Hoyt
Armand Kaliz => Jules the Barber (uncredited)
Charlie McCarthy => Himself - dummy
Crauford Kent => Mr. Sinclair (uncredited)
Edgar Bergen => Edgar Bergen
Ernest Cossart => Andrews, the Butler
Esther Ralston => Mrs. Sinclair (uncredited)
Eve Arden => Cora Phelps
Frank Jenks => Joe, theatre prompter
George Murphy => Barry Paige
Jonathan Hale => Lou Woodstock (uncredited)
Kathleen Howard => Aunt Jonnie in Play (uncredited)
May Boley => Mrs. Meggs, the Landlady (uncredited)
Mortimer Snerd => Himself - dummy
Natalie Moorhead => Maud Raleigh - Park Plaza Gossip (uncredited)
Richard Tucker => Mr. Tucker (uncredited)
Rita Johnson => Honey
William B. Davidson => Mr. Raleigh (uncredited)