Leslie Howard


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English actor of stage and screen (1893-1943)

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Leslie Howard se dio el lujo de agregar al recital la Sonata No.
In contrast, popular stage and screen star Leslie Howard, later immortalized as Ashley Wilkes in "Gone With the Wind" (1939), made an easy transition to early sound films.
A track titled Spitfire tells the story of the aircraft, using dialogue sampled from 1942 movie The First Of The Few, which starred Leslie Howard as the Midland inventor of the plucky plane, R.
The sale will include costumes worn by Peter O'Toole in the production of Macbeth at London's Old Vic theatre; Leslie Howard in the 1934 film The Scarlet Pimpernel; Margaret Lockwood in the 1945 movie I'll Be Your Sweetheart; and Robert Taylor in the 1955 film Quentin Durward.
A The 1933 fantasy film starred Leslie Howard, Heather Angel and Valerie Taylor.
25am) Drama, starring Bette Davis and Leslie Howard 1934 ***
The symphony was recorded by the Halle under Leslie Howard in 1942, the first recording to be commissioned by the new British Council, a version still available today.
Yoga instructor Leslie Howard leads pelvic floor workshops for women where she uses pictures, 3-0 visual aids, exercises and metaphors to help women visualize their anatomy: "Think of your torso as a tote bag for your organs," she says.
A first Hollywood film, too, for Ingrid Bergman, starring in Intermezzo with Leslie Howard, a real sobfest at the Splott.
1 (Two Episodes from Lenau's Faust), by Franz Liszt, edited by Leslie Howard.
Stirring biopic, directed by and starring Leslie Howard, chronicling the life of RJ Mitchell, whose determination to design a streamlined monoplane led to the development of the Spitfire.
Leslie Howard as the bookish accountant/financial consultant saves a movie studio for the shareholders and its director, Humphrey Bogart.
That was about the same time she happened to see a young actor named Humphrey Bogart playing opposite Leslie Howard in a play called ``Petrified Forest.
In May 1927, Leslie Howard and Jeanne Eagles were portrayed for their theater roles in Her Cardboard Lover, and Mac West was depicted in 1928 in her costume from Diamond Lil, a role that made her the toast of Broadway.
Leslie Howard played the role in the famous wartime film First of the Few.