Douglas is a lonesome record salesman and a true fan of the actress Sally Ross. Every day he writes her gleaming letters of love. But the only response he gets are formal letters. So his love turns into hatred. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
This is the story of a great star and a fan who went too far.
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plays a star of stage and screen in this movie including Broadway musicals. Bacall herself appeared in two Broadway musicals, "Applause" in 1970 (a musical adaptation of "All About Eve") for which she won a Tony Award and "Woman of the Year" in 1981. See more
Dear Mr. Breen. Point one: I have no intention of showing your tasteless letter to Ms. Ross. Point two: I believe there is a law against sending pornography through the mail. Point three: If you should be so ill-advised as to write her any more letters, I can assure you there will be no reply.
Now I know why I haven't heard from you. Your secretary has been intercepting my letters. Obviously she is jealous of our relationship. Her possessiveness worries me. Has it occurred to you that she might...
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