Letter from an Unknown Woman / English Film

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'''[1948]: Rampart Publications, New York'''
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'''[1948]: Rampart Productions, New York'''
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''Letter from an Unknown Woman'' [A movie based on Stefan Zweig's novella  "Brief einer Unbekannten"]
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''Letter from an Unknown Woman'' [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella  "Der Brief einer Unbekannten"]
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Language: English
Language: English
Director: Max Ophüls
Director: Max Ophüls
Producers: John Houseman and William Dozier
Producers: John Houseman and William Dozier
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Film editor: Ted J. Kent
Script writers: Howard Koch and Max Ophüls
Script writers: Howard Koch and Max Ophüls
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Cast: Joan Fontaine (as Lisa Berndle) and Louis Jourdan (as Stefan Brand)
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Cast: Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians, Marcel Journet et al.
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Music: Daniele Amfitheatrof
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Music by: Daniele Amfitheatrof
Cinematographer: Franz Planer
Cinematographer: Franz Planer
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Editor: Ted J. Kent
 
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Runtime: 1 hour and 26 minutes
Runtime: 1 hour and 26 minutes
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Released in the United States on 28 April 1948 (New York City, NY) and 4 May 1948 (Los Angeles, CA)
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Released in the United States on 28 April 1948 (New York City, NY) and 4 May 1948 (Los Angeles, CA). As of 5 December 2017 this film is available as a Blu-ray edition. See: http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=22372
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The film was shown on 16 and 26 December 2017 in the Walter Reade Theater, Manhattan. See: J. Hoberman. "Obsession, Unspoken and Unacknowledged: 'Letter From an Unknown Woman'" in ''The New York Times'' [New York], 13 December 2017. See: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/13/movies/letter-from-an-unknown-woman-max-ophuls.html
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'''[1952]: Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), New York, NY'''
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''Letter from an Unknown Woman'' [A black and white TV episode based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Brief einer Unbekannten". Studio One in Hollywood, Season  4, Episode 24]
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Language: English
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Director: Franklin J. Schaffner
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Script writer: Worthington Miner
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Cast: Viveca Lindfors, Melvyn Bouglas, Frederic Tozere et al.
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Runtime: 1 hour
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Released in the United States on 25 February 1952
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Released as an Olive Signature Blu-ray on 5 December 2017 [Olive Films, Chicago, IL]. Cost per disc = "$39.95. See James Kendrick's article "Letter from an Unknown Woman" published on 13 September 2018 in both the ''Australian Herald'' [Sydney NSW, Australia] and  the ''Sierra Leone Times''[Sierra Leone, Freetown, West Africa]
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[1948]: Rampart Productions, New York

Letter from an Unknown Woman [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Brief einer Unbekannten"]

[1].
Language: English
[2].
Director: Max Ophüls
[3].
Producers: John Houseman and William Dozier
[4].
Film editor: Ted J. Kent
[5].
Script writers: Howard Koch and Max Ophüls
[6].
Cast: Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians, Marcel Journet et al.
[7].
Music by: Daniele Amfitheatrof
[8].
Cinematographer: Franz Planer
[9].
Distributed by Universal Pictures
[10].
Runtime: 1 hour and 26 minutes
[11].
Released in the United States on 28 April 1948 (New York City, NY) and 4 May 1948 (Los Angeles, CA). As of 5 December 2017 this film is available as a Blu-ray edition. See: http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=22372
[12].
The film was shown on 16 and 26 December 2017 in the Walter Reade Theater, Manhattan. See: J. Hoberman. "Obsession, Unspoken and Unacknowledged: 'Letter From an Unknown Woman'" in The New York Times [New York], 13 December 2017. See: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/13/movies/letter-from-an-unknown-woman-max-ophuls.html


[1952]: Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), New York, NY

Letter from an Unknown Woman [A black and white TV episode based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Brief einer Unbekannten". Studio One in Hollywood, Season 4, Episode 24]

[1].
Language: English
[2].
Director: Franklin J. Schaffner
[3].
Script writer: Worthington Miner
[4].
Cast: Viveca Lindfors, Melvyn Bouglas, Frederic Tozere et al.
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour
[6].
Released in the United States on 25 February 1952


Released as an Olive Signature Blu-ray on 5 December 2017 [Olive Films, Chicago, IL]. Cost per disc = "$39.95. See James Kendrick's article "Letter from an Unknown Woman" published on 13 September 2018 in both the Australian Herald [Sydney NSW, Australia] and the Sierra Leone Times[Sierra Leone, Freetown, West Africa]

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