Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The wife of a rubber plantation administrator shoots a man to death and claims it was self-defense, but a letter in her own hand may prove her undoing.
According to screenwriter Winston Miller, Warner Brothers commissioned him to write a Western version of "The Letter" with the evil woman rewritten as a schoolmarm. It was offered to director Raoul Walsh, who refused to read it. According to Miller he said, "I don't make ... ...
Be flippant about your own crimes if you want to, but don't be flippant about mine!
When Leslie and her lawyer are in Chinatown to collect the letter from the widow, there is a padlock on the door whilst they are waiting outside the building. Seconds later, a man unlocks the door from the inside.
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