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“Take a Letter, Darling”
“Take a Letter, Darling”

Directed and produced by Mitchell Leisen, and written by Claude Binyon. Starring Rosalind Russell, Fred MacMurray, Macdonald Carey, Constance Moore, and Robert Benchley. Paramount, 1942.

In Production: 11/27/41—Mid-January 1942
Released: 05/27/42

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