Keith Maitland

Director, “Dear Mr. Brody”

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Director, “Dear Mr. Brody”

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A 21-year-old heir pledged to give away $25 million in 1970, and thousands of people asked for his help. Fifty years later, their stories are told in the documentary “Dear Mr. Brody.”

‘Dear Mr. Brody’ opens thousands of unopened letters to a millionaire

A 21-year-old heir pledged to give away $25 million in 1970, and thousands of people asked for his help. Fifty years later, their stories are told in the documentary “Dear Mr. Brody.”

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