Please, help the Leslie Howard Project on Kickstarter!

Only a couple of hours left, and the documentary project still need your help! I believe the filmmakers have made a wonderful job, and all Leslie Howard’s fans have been very supportive. Now… Continue reading

Leslie Howard: I suppose I break a lot of Hollywood rules (1936)

I found this article by William Anthony (I guess this is a pen name, but I could not find any information about him), published on the March 1936 issue of  Movie Classic, quite… 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: The Man Who Gave A Damn

All Leslie Howard’s fans are probably aware of the great job Tom Hamilton has done and is still doing with his documentary. If you do not know about his work, you can find… Continue reading

Shattered Dreams – Leslie Howard in May 1943

A few days ago I added Hubert Cole’s article published on Picturegoer soon after Leslie’s death (Leslie Howard) to this site’s archives.  It is a touching memory of Leslie. I was particularly impressed… Continue reading

Leslie Howard: Good actors to be successful at forty ought to have brains (1939)

 Leslie Howard, what an adorable man, so human and so full of contradictions!  This article of 1939 (“Modern Screen”, May 1939) was published when he had already accepted– very unwillingly, I must say–… Continue reading

Leslie Howard On Horseback (1933)

I have found an amusing article about Leslie’s exploits as a cowboy during the takings of Secrets. Maybe in 1933 his love for horses was not yet of common knowledge as it was later,… Continue reading

Leslie Howard: If I Were Single in Hollywood… (1933)

Leslie Howard wouldn’t be single man in Hollywood, he says. Really? Well, I think he tells some truth in this interview. First of all, being a married man was a good shield against gossip-columnists… Continue reading

Images from the 1929 edition of Candle-light

Candle-light a comedy in three acts by Siegfried Geyer adapted by P.G. Wodehouse Gilbert Miller producer and director September 30, 1929 Empire Theatre, Broadway Cast of Characters Prince Rudolf Haseldorf-Schlobitten Reginald Owen Josef,… Continue reading

Leslie Howard directing “Pimpernel” Smith

First Day on the New Film (Picture Post, February 8, 1941)