Leslie Howard

Highest Rated:
100% Intermezzo (1939)
Lowest Rated:
36% Yogawoman (2012)
Birthday:
Apr 3
Birthplace:
Forest Hill, London, England, UK
Bio:
Son of a London stockbroker, British actor Leslie Howard worked as a bank clerk after graduating from London's Dulwich School. Serving briefly in World War I, Howard was mustered out for medical reasons in 1918, deciding at that time to act for a living. Working in both England and the U.S.…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Tcm Presents Gone With The Wind
  • Actor
-- 2014
36% Yogawoman
  • Actor
-- 2012
The Gentle Sex
  • Narrator
  • Director
-- 1943
The First of the Few (Spitfire)
  • Director
  • R.J. Mitchell
-- 1942
Pimpernel Smith (The Fighting Pimpernel) (Mister V)
  • Prof. Horatio Smith
  • Director
-- 1941
88% 49th Parallel (The Invaders)
  • Philip Armstrong Scott
-- 1941
100% Intermezzo
  • Holger Brandt
-- 1939
95% Gone With the Wind
  • Ashley Wilkes
-- 1939
94% Pygmalion
  • Director
  • Prof. Henry Higgins
-- 1938
It's Love I'm After
  • Basil Underwood
-- 1937
Stand-In
  • Atterbury Dodd
-- 1937
100% The Petrified Forest
  • Alan Squier
-- 1936
75% Romeo and Juliet
  • Romeo
-- 1936
80% The Scarlet Pimpernel
  • Scarlet Pimpernel/Sir Percy Blakeney
-- 1935
78% Of Human Bondage
  • Philip Carey
-- 1934
British Agent (Brutal Agent)
  • Stephen Locke
-- 1934
Secrets
  • John Carlton
-- 1933
Berkeley Square
  • Peter Standish
-- 1933
Service for Ladies (Reserved for Ladies)
  • Max Tracey
-- 1932
Smilin' Through
  • John Carteret
-- 1932
The Animal Kingdom (The Woman in His House)
  • Tom Collier
-- 1932
A Free Soul
  • Dwight Winthrop
-- 1931
Devotion
  • Trent
-- 1931
Outward Bound
  • Tom Prior
-- 1930

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Quotes from Leslie Howard's Characters

    1. Count Aristid Karpathy: Because Doolittle is an English name and she is not English.
    2. Prof. Henry Higgins: Oh.
    3. Duchess: But she speaks it perfectly.
    4. Count Aristid Karpathy: Too perfectly. Can you show me any Englishwoman who speaks English as it should be spoken, there is no such thing. The English do not now how to speak their own language, only foreigners who have been taught to speak it speak it well.
    5. Prof. Henry Higgins: Yes, there's something in that.
    From Pygmalion. Submitted by Jason S (8 months ago)
    1. Douglas Quintain: Hey honey, if you could cook, I'd marry ya.
    2. Atterbury Dodd: Precisely.
    From Stand-In. Submitted by Jason S (9 months ago)
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