Character: Leslie Crosbie in The Letter (1940)


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Played by Bette Davis
Character Information


Tags associated with this character: leading lady, murderer



Theme associated with this character: Leslie




Tags associated with this theme:

9th chord | arguing | augmentation | augmented major 7th chord | augmented triad | bold | brassy | buildup | call and response | calm | changing meter | Chinatown | Chinese | chromatic parallelism | chromatic sequence | circle of fifths | climax | combination of themes | common-chord modulation | composer reference | confessing | conversing | creeping | crying | dance music | dark | deceptive resolution | delicate | denying | despair | dissonant bass | distress | dramatic | driving | emotional | foreign key modulation | foxtrot | fragmentation | gentle | glorious | half-diminished 7th chord | harmonic sequence | home | hospital | investigating | layering | leaving | looking | lying | minor-major 7th chord | mysterious | obsessive | office | ominous | oscillation | ostinato | parallel fifths | parallelism | passionate | pc set | plagal cadence | planning | plantation | plotting | polychord | polyrhythm | polytonality | prison | quartal chord | reading | recounting | sequence | sequential modulation | serious | shop | sinister | somber | source music | spying | staring | stern | stinger | suspenseful | suspension | tense | thinking | tinkling | tone cluster | tritone | turning on | waiting | walking | watching | weeping | whole-tone chord


Theme associated with this character: Leslie B






Theme associated with this character: Robert and Leslie