|Written by||James G. Hirsch|
|Directed by||Paul Krasny|
|Music by||Pete Rugolo|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producers||Leonard Goldberg|
|Producer||Paul Junger Witt|
|Cinematography||Leonard J. South|
Robert L. Swanson
|Running time||74 minutes|
|Production company||ABC Circle Films|
|Original release||March 6, 1973|
The Letters is a 1973 American made-for-television drama film starring John Forsythe, Jane Powell, Dina Merrill, Leslie Nielsen and Barbara Stanwyck. It premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on March 6, 1973.
It was followed by a sequel, Letters from Three Lovers (1973).
The lives of three families (the Andersons, the Parkingtons and the Forresters) are affected by a year-long delay in the arrival of mail.