Leslie Howard and Ingrid Bergman 1938

Leslie Howard and Ingrid Bergman 1938 They look like they have a sailor style going on. They wore the big pants and stripe shirts. The style of that day differs from the style of today.

♥ Old Hollywood ♥ Gone with the Wind, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara, Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes and Olivia de Havilland as Melanie Hamilton in a scene from 'Gone With The Wind'

Leslie Howard (1893–1943)  Leslie Howard Stainer was born to Hungarian parents in London, and went to Dulwich College. After school, he worked as a bank clerk until the outbreak of World War I, when he went into the army. In 1917, diagnosed as shell-shocked, he was invalided out and advised to take up acting as therapy...

Leslie Howard, - ('Ashley Wilkes' In "Gone With The Wind"). Plane Shot Down - While Flying From Portugal To Bristol His Flight Was Shot Down Over The Bay Of Biscay

F9338 VIVIEN LEIGH LESLIE HOWARD GONE WITH THE WIND US ORIGINAL B/W PHOTO 8x10

F9338 VIVIEN LEIGH LESLIE HOWARD GONE WITH THE WIND US ORIGINAL B/W PHOTO 8x10

Leslie Howard. One of the most grossly underrated actors of all time. Without him: we wouldnt have Humphrey Bogart or Ingrid Bergma in Amercan cinema.

One of the most grossly underrated actors of all time. Without him: we wouldnt have Humphrey Bogart or Ingrid Bergma in Amercan cinema.

Leslie Howard ~ (1893-1943) English stage & film actor & director.  Among his best-known roles was Ashley Wilkes in GONE WITH THE WIND (1939) and roles in BERKELEY SQUARE (1933), OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934), THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL (1934), THE PETRIFIED FOREST(1936), PYGMALION (1938), INTERMEZZO (1939), "PIMPERNEL SMITH (1941) and THE FIRST OF THE FEW (1942).

Leslie Howard - actor - often played the dreamy romantic, with strong character and vulnerability - Also known as a ladies' man offscreen - was a war veteran & English patriot - killed in a passenger plane shot down by Nazis in 1943 at only 50 years old

British Actor Leslie Howard my vision for Viscount Lawrence Sinclair (Laurie) from Diana Quincy's Engaging the Earl

British Actor Leslie Howard my vision for Viscount Lawrence Sinclair (Laurie) from Diana Quincy's Engaging the Earl

Leslie Howard in Never the Twain Shall Meet, 1931

Never the Twain Shall Meet 1931 film starring Leslie Howard Conchita Montenegro

Leslie Howard -  The most charming and sophisticated British actor before the War

Leslie Howard - The most charming and sophisticated British actor before the War

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