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I was pleasantly surprised to see the real Jeanne Eagels the other day in an early version of "The Letter."  I had expected it to be similar to the Bette Davis version we're all used to, but the character of Leslie, played by Eagels, was written very differently in this one.  Eagels was quite an impressive actress, unlike a lot of her peers of the time.  She had a good deal of insight into the part, I thought.  A remarkable performance.  I kept it on my DVR to watch again later.

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Guessing who those gams belong to is a tough one.  Supposedly it's a glamorous actress from both the 1930's and 1940's. In the photo the auto is showing a 1930 license plate. So it's someone who I assume was famous back in 1930. Hmmmm.

I'll take a wild guess; Joan Crawford?

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