Re-Visiting a Classic — ‘THE LETTER’

The story has been made many times, but the 1940-Bette-Davis-directed-by-William Wyler version is considered a definitive classic. How does it hold up today? Splendidly, we say. It certainly ranks as the vehicle for one of Davis’ most powerful performances as Leslie Crosbie, the wife of a British rubber plantation manager (Herbert Marshall) who in a […]