Love Letters
is an outfit worn by Gene Marshall in the film of the same name.

Info Edit

SKU: 93327

Released: 2000

Edition: 5000

Circa: 1947

Designer: José Ferrand

Company: Ashton Drake

Price: $39.95

Story Card Edit

The film Love Letters was set for a Valentine's Day release--and couples all over the country had marked their calendars with a big red heart to make sure they'd be there for the most romantic picture of the year.

In Love Letters Gene is a shy young woman who answers a lonely hearts ad.  Quick and courteous postcards turn to long and loving letters--and finally a marriage proposal.  They arrange to meet at the train station on Valentine's Day.  "How will I recognize you, my Mysterious Lady?" he writes in a postcard.

"I'll wear something red, for the occasion," she replies in a card.

Valentine's Day finally arrives.  As he enters the train station, his arms filled with heart-shaped candy box, bouquet, and corsage, his eyes search the crowd for even a hint of red.  And there is Gene, resplendent in a red dress, red hat, red shoes--and a sign that says, "Be Mine!"

Rushing to her, her bespectacled pen pal suddenly stops short.  His face turning as red as her dress, he takes off his glasses and whispers, "I hope you're not disappointed.  Will you still marry me?"

"Does Niagara have Falls?" says Gene, with a slight catch in her voice.  "Let's get on that train."  But before they turn to go, she points a stern finger at his nose and says, "But NO picture postcards to any Mysterious Ladies, okay?"  And, laughing, they make their way to the Honeymoon Express.

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