Negulesco appeals to Clifton Webb about his part most likely in the 1957 film, "Boy on a Dolphin," which also starred Sophia Loren in her first English language American film. Using little punctuation the director writes, "You misunderstood my cable the part is great through page 79 All I want is to be assured that any ensuing scenes will have the same import...in content...that the character be kept alive and consistent ...as for Wyman I couldn't care less about her or her Oscar Louise Reiner won two in succession and where is she please show cables to Sam after all he is the producer. Salute." He signs on the first page above the date, "Negulesco." Negulesco's "Boy on a Dolphin," was produced by Sam Engel referenced here. The director comments about Jane Wyman's Oscar for her performance in his 1948 film, "Johnny Belinda." The letter is from a correspondence of Clifton Webb letters.