Leslie Howard (1893 - 1943)


Articles on Leslie Howard

Articles with photographs of Leslie Howard
Books with substantial mentioning of Leslie Howard
Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 3. Actors and Actresses
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Robert A. Nowlan and Gwendolyn Wright Nowlan
Movie Characters of Leading Performers of the Sound Era
Chicago and London, 1990

James Robert Parish
Hollywood's Great Love Teams
New Rochelle, N.Y., 1974

Ray Stuart (ed.)
Immortals of the Screen
New York, 1965


The Film Story of Gone With the Wind
London, 1948

Frank Arnau (Hrsg.)
Universal Filmlexikon 1932
Berlin/London, 1932
Books with an entry on Leslie Howard
David Thomson
The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
New York, 2003

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969
Books with photograph(s) of Leslie Howard
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978
Mary Dawn Earley
Stars of the Twenties, Observed by James Abbe
New York, 1975




Leslie Howard
* April 3, 1893 Forest Hill, London, England, UK
 as Leslie Howard Steiner
 June 1, 1943 Bay of Biscay

English actor, nominated twice for an Academy Award for Best Actor. He was killed when his plane was shot over the Bay of Biscay in WW2.



Films

1942

In Which We Serve
The First of the Few

1941

49th Parallel
'Pimpernel' Smith

1939

Gone with the Wind
Intermezzo

1938

Pygmalion

1937

Stand-In
It's Love I'm After

1936

The Petrified Forest
Romeo and Juliet

1934

Of Human Bondage
The Scarlet Pimpernel
The Lady Is Willing
British Agent

1933

Berkeley Square
Secrets

1932

The Animal Kingdom
Smilin' Through

1931

A Free Soul
Five and Ten

1930

Outward Bound


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