Luis Trenker's "Liebesbriefe aus dem Engadin" ("Love Letters from Switzerland") was the top-billed German-language film showing at downtown Los Angeles' Criterion Theater on April 13-14, 1941. This handbill advertises the screening, with English subtitles. On the same program were two other films: "Hamburg and Altona" and "Hochzeitsreise", as well as the "latest newsreel from Germany." The handbill touts the evening as "2 1/2 hours of Cultural Entertainment!" and states "You don't need to understand German to enjoy this program!" People seeking more information are instructed to contact Franz K. Ferenz, who would later find himself among the defendants in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944 (United States v. McWilliams). 9.5 x 6 in.