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76,452.  This will explain.  A letter.  A letter from the Chef.  (Hotel & Food & Comedy & Letter)  Fawlty Towers: Waldorf Salad s2e3, Basil to guests

 

 

10,387.  670 of his letters have survived.  (Art & Letter)  Vincent – The Untold Story of Our Uncle I, BBC 2014 

 

 

25,422.  You haven’t mentioned your letter.  Who was it from?  (Star Trek: Voyager & Letter)  Star Trek: Voyager s4e15: Hunters, Chakotay to Janeway

 

 

77,110.  Dear Kathleen, a last note from a hopeful position.  I think it’s going to be all right.  (Antarctic & Letter)  Scott of the Antarctic 1948 starring John Mills & Christopher Lee & Diana Churchill & Harold Warrender & Anne Firth & Derek Bond & Reginald Beckwith & James Robertson Justice & Kenneth More & Sam Kydd et al, director Charles Frend, music Ralph Vaughan Williams, Scott's last letter home

 

 

77,313.  Above all, try always to be able to feel deeply any injustice committed against any person in any part of the world.  It is the most beautiful quality of a revolutionary.  (Injustice & Letter & Revolution & Advice)  Che Guevara, letter to children written @1965, to be read in event of death

 

 

79,090.  This is my letter to the world

That never wrong to me.  Emily Dickinson, 1830-86, American poet

 

 

79,091.  All letters, methinks, should be free and easy as one’s discourse, not studied as an oration, nor made up of hard words like a charm.  Dorothy Osborne, Letters of Dorothy Osborne to William Temple 1653                

 

 

79,092.  I get letters from little girls begging me to adopt them.  Kim Kardashian

 

 

85,756.  Seven years ago there was a letter writing campaign against the vicar.  Arthur & George II starring Martin Clunes & Charles Edwards & Arsher Ali & Hattie Morahan & Art Malik; see also Julian Barnes' 'Arthur & George', geezer, ITV 2015    

 

 

88,055.  Dear Mr Stevens, you will be surprised to hear from me.  (Servant & Letter)  The Remains of the Day 1993 starring Anthony Hopkins & Emma Thompson & James Fox & Christopher Reeve & Peter Vaughan & Hugh Grant & John Haycraft & Caroline Hunt & Ben Chaplin & Tim Pigott-Smith et al, director James Ivory, her letter to him

 

88,056.  Oh, Mr Stevens, I so often think of the good old days.  (Servant & Letter)  ibid.

 

 

94,591.  Let us never underestimate the power of a well-written letter.  Jane Austen, Persuasion

 

 

96,200.  Dear Mr Edwardes,

 

As a patriot, I am becoming increasingly distressed by the farce that the mere mention of ‘British Leyland’ by a music-hall comedian gives rise to gales of ignorant laughter ...

 

I would remind you, Sir, that every time someone laughs at ‘British Leyland’ they are laughing at Great Britain.

 

In the circumstances I would earnestly suggest that you change the name of the company either to ‘Japanese Leyland’ or to ‘Jamaican Leyland’ ...  (Car & Laughter & Letter)  Henry Root, The Henry Root Letters, to Michael Edwardes 31st March 1979

 

 

96,205.  My Lord, [The First Sea Lord]

 

I was alarmed to read a recent article in The Spectator by Mrs Thatcher’s chiropodist, Dr Patrick Cosgrave, concerning the imminent outbreak of hostilities with the Soviets.

 

Has a definite date been fixed?  Mrs Root is pressing me to take her on a sun-shine holiday for two to the Canary Isles, but as an ex-serving officer I naturally don't want to be out of the country when the balloon goes up ...  (Soviet Union & Letter)  Henry Root, The Henry Root Letters, to The First Sea Lord 17th April 1979

 

 

96,203.  Mr President! [General Zia-ut-Haq]

 

In recent weeks you will have read unflattering reference to yourself in our so-called liberal press.  Pay no attention!  Most of us realise that a backward people such as yours needs, and appreciates, the smack of firm government ...

 

Could you oblige with a photo, Mr President?  It would have pride of place, next to the late lamented Generalissiomo Franco, in my gallery of great international Conservatives.  (Pakistan & Letter)  Henry Root, The Henry Root Letters, to General Zia-ut-Haq 26th April 1979

 

 

96,206.  ... I find it extraordinary that at a time when our Leader, Mrs Thatcher, has appealed to the public to support the police, you, a public person, should see fit to go on television to blackguard them.

 

No doubt your assessment, ringingly broadcast to the country at large, that 95% of the Metropolitan CID are as bent as a kangaroo’s hind-leg is largely correct ... (Police & Letter)  Henry Root, The Henry Root Letters, to Peter Barnes at DPP Office 11th May 1979

 

96,207 ... In my opinion a policeman should never be sent to prison, no matter what he's done.  It’s outrageous that he should be obliged to mingle with common criminals, many of whom he will have been obliged to ‘fit up’ in the execution of his duty ... (Police & Letter)  ibid.  to Chairman of Parole Board 30th May 1979

 

 

96,208.  ... Here's a pound.  I would have sent it to you during the trial, but I was advised that you might rule this contempt of court and pack me off with my tooth-brush for a night or two in Brixton!  It might also have been construed as an attempt to pervert the course of justice, and I knew I could safely leave that to you.  (Judgment & Letter)  Henry Root, The Henry Root Letters, to Sir Joseph Cantley 6th July 1979

 

 

30,687.  Henry’s love-letters to Anne gushed with desire to marry, but the Pope refused to grant him a divorce.  (England & Henry VIII & Letter)  Elizabeth I: The Secret Life, National Geographic 2022

 

 

97,938.  This letter says our dad’s dead.  He was in a bar in Boston called The Mickey Free.  Two men waiting in an alley – he was shot twice.  (Gangs UK: Birmingham & Letter & Shoot)  Peaky Blinders s3e4, brothers in forest, BBC 2016

 

 

130,321.  … and they’ve signed it The Angels of Retribution.  (Gangs UK: Birmingham & Letter)  Peaky Blinders s5e1: Arthur to Thomas, anonymous letter

 

 

31,350.  The pair [Victoria & Vicky] exchanged 8,000 letters in what would be a life-long correspondence.  (Victoria & Letter)  Queen Victoria’s Children II: A Domestic Tyrant, BBC 2013

 

 

98,056.  These letters … betray Leopold’s dawning realization that Georgian London could be a very unforgiving place.  (London & Music & Letter)  Lucy Worsley: Mozart’s London Odyssey, BBC 2016

 

 

100,169.  He received a letter here to this address.  It was from Paris, Max.  Addressed to the General personally, not Mr Miller.  I pressed him: he claimed it was a military secret.  (Spy & Intelligence Services & Letter)  Smiley’s People II, BBC 1982 

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