I am writing to point out a slight error in William Jasper's Last Word article in the October 19 issue. In referring to the 1944 movie Gaslight, Jasper incorrectly stated that "the Joseph Cotten character tries to convince his wife (played by Ingrid Bergman) that she is insane by dimming the gas lights and making other subtle changes in their home, while insisting that nothing has changed."
I just watched this movie with my wife a couple of weeks ago. The husband's role was played by Charles Boyer, while Joseph Cotten played the man who saw through Boyer's evil scheme.
Just a slight matter of no real significance, but I know that your magazine strives for the highest degree of accuracy.
Pastor Samuel Ashwood
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|Title Annotation:||LETTERS TO THE EDITOR|
|Author:||Ashwood, Pastor Samuel|
|Publication:||The New American|
|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||Dec 7, 2020|
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