Leslie Howard

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Noun1.Leslie Howard - English actor of stage and screen (1893-1943)
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Michael Powell's Oscar-winning Second World War thriller, with Anton Walbrook, Leslie Howard, Laurence Olivier and Glynis Johns.
INSIGHTS Director Victor Fleming, left, with Leigh and co-star Leslie Howard
Leslie Howard was presented with the Mrs C Norman and Miss EC Main Challenge Cup for his preserves and Rita Critchley won The Diamond Jubilee Cup for her pot plants.
This adaptation came after a 1934 film starring Leslie Howard and Bette Davis.
Manchester actress Wendy Hiller as Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion with Leslie Howard, March 1938
Yn eu plith yr oedd Leslie Howard, seren enwog Hollywood.
Leslie Howard Miller was a twenty-five-year-old teacher living in Scarborough, Ontario, when he signed his attestation papers in December 1914.
His bout with Daniel Mendoza - a Jewish battler looked on as the first true ring technician - was re-created for 1934 blockbuster The Scarlet Pimpernel, starring Leslie Howard, Merle Oberon and Raymond Massey.
Luke Jones has what the noted virtuoso pianist (and past festival artist) Leslie Howard has referred to as a 'prodigious technique' and his recital programme of Chopin and Rachmaninov is guaranteed to leave his audience in a state of disbelief.
The most notable aspect of the cast is that it included two of the biggest British stars of that time Laurence Olivier, recently seen in Wuthering Heights (William Wyler, 1939) and Rebecca (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940), and Leslie Howard, fresh from Gone with the Wind (Victor Fleming, 1939), who worked for reduced salaries as their contribution to the war effort.