The history of the show does not end there, however, because it received renewed attention in the 1970s. Locally, it was produced by Baltimore Center Stage in 1985. And, as just about everybody will know, the material was reincarnated in Hollywood yet again with the 1998 romantic comedy “You’ve Got Mail,” starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. That most recent film version substituted email for the letter writing that set the original story in motion. So, this is a story that many theatergoers will recognize from one incarnation or another.