Chain Letters Trailer

Chain Letters Trailer (1985)

08 September 1985 96 mins

The story involves nine upwardly mobile Manhattanites, all of whom receive a chain letter. Depending on their decision to either pass the letter on or to break the chain, the various characters encounter romance, fulfillment--and sudden death.

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International Releases Dates

Canada 08 September 1985

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