Leslie Howard’s Writings

Leslie Howard’s Writings

  • Leslie Howard Steiner: The Impersonation of Lord Dalton. In: The Penny Magazine, November 1913
  • Leslie Howard: Anyhow They Mean Well. In: The New York Times, May 11, 1924
  • Leslie Howard: The Intimate Diary of an Opening Night. In: The New Yorker, October 31, 1925
  • Leslie Howard: Such Is Fame. In: The New Yorker, November 14, 1925
  • Leslie Howard: The Broadway Première. In: Vanity Fair, August 1926
  • Leslie Howard: Stage Struck. In: Vanity Fair, January 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Rip van Howard. In: The New Yorker, March 5, 1927
  • Leslie Howard: And Now the Radio Actor. In: Vanity Fair, April 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Holy Hollywood. In: The New Yorker, May 14, 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Poor Alice. In: Vanity Fair, July 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Biography of an Anglo-American Child. In: Vanity Fair, September 1927
  • Leslie Howard: The Poor Nut and the Modest Actor. In Theatre Magazine, September 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Back-stage visitors: I–The Insurance Gentleman. In: The New Yorker, November 12, 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Backstage Visitors: II– The Process server. In: The New Yorker, November 19, 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Back Stage Visitors; III–My Public. In: The New Yorker, November 26, 1927
  • Leslie Howard: Schauspiel ohne Schauspieler. In: Die Komödie : Blätter des Deutschen Theaters, Jahrgang 15, Heft 2 (1928) (from Vanity Fair, March 1927, German translation by Elisabeth v. Schmidt-Pauli) (Italian translation: Dramma senza attori)
  • Leslie Howard: One Man Theatre. In: Vanity Fair, January 1928
  • Leslie Howard: The New Morality: Two Scenes. In: Nine Fifteen Review, Schubert Theatre, New York, May 21, 1930
  • Leslie Howard: Presenting the Impossible. In: Thatre Magazine, June 1930
  • Leslie Howard: One Happy Family. In: Vanity Fair, July 1930
  • Leslie Howard: Learn to Listen Well. In: American Cinematographer, December 1932
  • Leslie Howard: Murray Hill: a comedy in three acts. New York, Los Angeles, London : Samuel French, 1934
  • Leslie Howard: Doug Jr. As I Know Him. In: Movie Mirror, April 1934
  • Leslie Howard: Problems Of My Four New Parts,an interview with Hubert Cole. In: Film Weekly, July 20, 1934
  • Leslie Howard: The Theatre Is the Only True Actor’s Medium. In: The Screen Guild Magazine, December 1935
  • Leslie Howard: Realists, all. In: Movie Makers, February 1935
  • Leslie Howard: Romeo Talks!. In: Film Weekly, May 30, 1936
  • Leslie Howard: Romeo. In: Picturegoer’s Supplement, Romeo and Juliet, March 27, 1937
  • Leslie Howard: [as guest columnist for Walter Winchell], Dear Walter… In: Syracuse Journal, June 5, 1937
  • Leslie Howard: Thespis – The Jade. In: Stage, July 1937
  • Leslie Howard: Alias Mrs. Jones, a play by Leslie Howard. Produced at the Little Theatre, Bristol, October 1st, 1937 by the Rapier Players
  • Leslie Howard: How I Shall Play Lawrence. Interview with J. Danvers Williams. In: Film Weekly, November 20, 1937
  • Leslie Howard: How I Shall Play Nelson. Interview with J. Danvers Williams. In: Film Weekly, May 28, 1938
  • Leslie Howard: Acting for the Screen. In: Cine-Technician, July-August, 1938
  • Leslie Howard: The Problem of Better Films as I See It, interview with J. Danvers Williams. In: Film Weekly, September 17, 1938
  • Leslie Howard: The Actor. In: Behind the Screen: How Films Are Made, ed. Stephen Watts. New York: Barker, 1938, p. 78 et seq.
  • Leslie Howard: L’Acteur. In: La Technique du Film par 16 Artistes et Spécialistes de Hollywood, études réunies et présentées par Stephen Watts. Paris, Payot, 1939. p. 91 et seq.
  • Leslie Howard: Men of Free France. In: The Living Age, October 1940 (from The Listener, BBC Organ)
  • Leslie Howard, ed. by Ronald Howard.Trivial Fond Records. London: William Kimber & Co Ltd, 1982 (A choice of Leslie’s writings, edited by his son)
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