Category Archive: 1934

A Comedy, Five Titles – 1927-1934

Murray Hill was produced for the first time on September 29, 1927 at the Bijou Theatre, New York. The play was published by Samuel French. The same play was produced for the first… Continue reading

Hollywood Is Make Believe, Romance Is a Part Of It Like Cameras and Lights, 1934

Another interesting interview with Leslie Howard, published on Modern Screen, October 1934. Leslie Howard talks about happy marriages and divorces, and explains his “Britishman’s” point of view; we can hardly imagine his wife’s… Continue reading

Leslie Howard Interviewed, 1934

This interview was published onĀ “Picturegoer” of September 15, 1934. Once again, Leslie Howard express his contempt for American film industry, “in the hands of people who are devoid of taste and culture.” He… Continue reading

An Interview of 1934

This is an article about Leslie Howard published on March 1934 issue of Photoplay, a popular fan magazine. The story of Leslie’s lucky coin have several slightly different versions in the many interviews… Continue reading