Photography by Mr. Howard (1933)
Photography by Mr. Howard
Leslie Howard is one of the best–and most ardent–amateur photographers in Filmdom. He is always out with his Kodak, snapping some beautifully artistic scenes and groups. He set up and focused the camera for the picture of himself (above) at Palm Springs and Mrs. Howard snapped it. He employed the same means for the Howard family group (at right) and had the butler do the bulb-squeezing. Here are Ronald, the son; Mrs. Howard, Leslie, their daughter, and the master actor, Mr. Howard himself.
Photographed exclusively for The New Movie Magazine.
(The New Movie Magazine, July 1933)