Letter from an Unknown Woman
Lisa Berndl (Joan Fontaine): "Now I'm alone. My head throbs and my temples are burning. Perhaps God has been kind, and I too have caught the fever. If this letter reaches you, believe this - that I love you now as I've always loved you. My life can be measured by the moments I've had with you and our child. If only you could have shared those moments, if only you could have recognized what was always yours, could have found what was never lost. If only..." -- from Letter from an Unknown Woma...
Olivia de Havilland in, THE SNAKE PIT sounds like the title of a good Val Lewton horror film but it's one of the first films of its kind to deal with the treatment of mental illness, a taboo subject in the late 40's. Description from crazyfilmguy.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Answers to Sterling Silver Dialogue #11 — The Cinema Cafe
"Young woman, either you have been raised in some incredibly rustic community, where good manners are unknown, or you suffer from a common feminine delusion that the mere fact of being a woman exempts you from the rules of civilized conduct. Possibly both." Clifton Webb as Waldo Lydecker in 'Laura'
Dial T for telephone: an A-Z of phones on film
Night Train to Munich (Carol Reed, 1940) - Danger lurks in silhouette behind Margaret Lockwood as she makes a telephone call in Carol Reed’s espionage thriller – a film which was initially marketed as a sequel of sorts to Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes (1938).