Tag Archive: Leslie Howard

About Leslie Howard – From the New York Times, 1925

…Peter Graham, the lover, exacted from Leslie Howard the best work that I have seen him do. His social comedy was no more admirable than of old. But his more serious intervals were… Continue reading

Leslie Howard: My Public

…Thus the blow fell. Thus my public dwindled from one enthusiastic layman to one disengaged actor. But still a faint hope glimmered in my heart. Perhaps in spite of my visitor’s temporary financial… Continue reading

Leslie and Hamlet

Those of us who are acting in this production all agree that the most striking manifestation in connection with it is the way in which it is received by all ordinary members of… Continue reading

Leslie Howard in Devotion – A Page From “Picture Show”

My collection of old magazines is growing. I have just bought a copy of Picture Show, March 5, 1932. There is a beautiful page with pictures of Leslie Howard and Ann Harding in… 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

Leslie Howard and some “urban legends”

I am always surprised when I realize how easily silly legends become popular on the Internet, even on “credited” sites. The first time I read about Leslie starting his acting career as a… Continue reading

Leslie Howard Forever – My Photoblog

Many of the images you see on this blog come from my photoblog Leslie Howard Forever. When I started it, I could not imagine how many people are madly in love with him.… Continue reading

Leslie Howard: A Castaway for BBC Desert Island Discs

Desert Island Discs is a very popular programme of BBC Radio. Since 1942, a very long list of castaways have presented their musical choices, answering the question: ”┬áif you were to be cast… Continue reading

Murray Hill by Leslie Howard – A 1927 Review

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 30, 1927 Maids of “Murray Hill” Leslie Howard Appears at the Bijou in a Play by Himself Which Has Its Good Points, But Too Few of Them. By… Continue reading

Romeo by Leslie Howard

ROMEO by Leslie Howard That every actress should want to play Juliet is as understandable as that every actor should want to play Hamlet. Both are rich in the elements that make great… Continue reading