A Letter for Evie (1946)

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An oafish soldier receives a shirt but disregards the letter inside sent by a lovelorn secretary, prompting his bumbling friend to impersonate him in order to win her heart.



  • Hume Cronyn in A Letter for Evie (1946)
  • Hume Cronyn and Marsha Hunt in A Letter for Evie (1946)
  • John Carroll and Marsha Hunt in A Letter for Evie (1946)
  • Marsha Hunt in A Letter for Evie (1946)
  • Hume Cronyn and Marsha Hunt in A Letter for Evie (1946)
  • Hume Cronyn in A Letter for Evie (1946)

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10 January 2015 | rebekahrox
| Cyrano de Bergerac ala WWII
Why wasn't Marsha Hunt a bigger star? What a sweetie! And what a smile! Really well written take on the mistaken identity romantic comedy. The scene with the great Spring Byington where Johnny's identity was finally revealed went from laugh out loud funny to sad and touching. And the scene with Evie on the bed weeping her confusion when she finally learns the truth was equally well done: both by script writer and Marsha Hunt. Hume Cronyn was perfect. Who would have thought the actor so often cast as a weaselly villain could be such a romantic hero? I loved the last scene where Johnny heroically tries to "Tell her what she wants to hear" ends at last with the romantic resolution. By the way, that scene at the rest home with the friend of the dead soldier added a bit of depth not usually expected in such a generally frothy romance. Another example of how well this was written and played.

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