Only Yesterday (1933) Movie poster and book cover compared.

Only Yesterday

John M. Stahl, 1933

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Letter from an unknown woman
Stefan Zweig, 1922

Only Yesterday is a movie directed by John M. Stahl in 1933 and based on the book Letter from an unknown woman by Stefan Zweig, first published in 1922. The movie features Margaret Sullavan, John Boles, Edna May Oliver, Billie Burke, Benita Hume, Reginald Denny, and others.

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“The book is better than the movie”

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Book cover
Only Yesterday (1931)
Book by Frederick Lewis Allen

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RATING

7.4

/ 10

Movie Poster: Only Yesterday (John M. Stahl, 1933)

8.2

/ 10

Book Cover: Letter from an unknown woman (Stefan Zweig, 1922)

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Storyline

A one-night fling during World War I results in a young girl getting pregnant. Years later, she meets him again. Now a successful businessman, he doesn’t even remember her, but tries to seduce her.

Movie vs Book

Poster of Only Yesterday, the 1933 movie by John M. Stahl

Year

1933

Minutes

105

Movie Rate

7.40

Source: IMDb

Cover of Letter from an unknown woman, the 1922 book by Stefan Zweig

Year

1922

Pages

111

Book Rate

8.26

S: Goodreads

Book

Letter from an unknown woman

Original title: Brief einer Unbekannten

Country: Austria

First published in: 1922

Length: 111 pages

Genre: Fiction

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Poster of Only Yesterday, the 1933 movie by John M. Stahl

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Cover of Letter from an unknown woman, the 1922 book by Stefan Zweig

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