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The Love Letter (21-May-1999)

Director: Peter Ho-Sun Chan

Writer: Maria Maggenti

From novel: The Love Letter by Cathleen Schine

Music by: Luis Bacalov

Producers: Sarah Pillsbury; Midge Sanford; Kate Capshaw

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Capshaw
Actor
9-Aug-1976   Dr. Robbins on Grey's Anatomy
Kate Capshaw
Actor
3-Nov-1953   Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Blythe Danner
Actor
3-Feb-1943   Futureworld
Ellen DeGeneres
Comic
26-Jan-1958   Ellen
Geraldine McEwan
Actor
9-May-1932   Mapp & Lucia
Julianne Nicholson
Actor
1-Jul-1971   Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Tom Everett Scott
Actor
7-Sep-1970   That Thing You Do!
Tom Selleck
Actor
29-Jan-1945   Magnum, P.I.
Gloria Stuart
Actor
4-Jul-1910 27-Sep-2010 Rose in Titanic

CAST

Kate Capshaw   ...   Helen
Blythe Danner   ...   Lillian
Ellen DeGeneres   ...   Janet
Geraldine McEwan   ...   Miss Scattergoods
Julianne Nicholson   ...   Jennifer
Tom Everett Scott   ...   Johnny
Tom Selleck   ...   George
Gloria Stuart   ...   Eleanor
Bill Buell   ...   Officer Dan
Alice Drummond   ...   Postal Clerk
Erik Jensen   ...   Ray
Margaret Ann Brady   ...   Selma
Jessica Capshaw   ...   Kelly
Walter Covell   ...   Post Office Customer
Patrick Donnelly   ...   Bookstore Customer
Lucas Hall   ...   Garbage Man
Christian Harmony   ...   Garbage Man
Christopher Nee   ...   Garbage Man
Marilyn Rockafellow   ...   Vivian
Breanne Smith   ...   Emily
Sasha Spielberg   ...   Girl with Sparkler

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