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Archive for May, 2011

We Welcome New Author Kent Hagen to The Errol Flynn Blog!

27 May

New Author Kent Hagen joins us at The Errol Flynn Blog! We look forward to hearing from you, Kent, as time allows! Kent Hagen interviewing a guest at Jack & Louise Marino's 100th birthday Bash for Errol Flynn in Burbank in 2009… Welcome aboard!

                       

— David DeWitt

 
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Friends of Louise Marino Event June 26, 2011

26 May

Louise Marino

“This website has been
created for Louise’s family and friends, whose outpouring of love and
prayers have been very much appreciated. We want to be able to update
you on Louise’s progress, and future fundraising events. The family
would like to  thank you  for all your support during this difficult
time…”

Please click Louise's Photo more more information!

— David DeWitt

 
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Errols' Script

26 May

Errol wrote a script that would become a film. (1)What was the original title? (2)What was the renamed title? (3)What was the last title we would see on the screen?                                                                                                                                        

— Larry Bradford

 
 

Is this Errol?

25 May


Is this really Errol?
Would anybody know if this is Errol?
If it is – who is the lady?
What is it in context with or the purpose of this picture?
It looks like a car commercial – could it be?
Did Errol advertise products?

— Tina

 
 

Errol at what event?

22 May

Does anybody know in our Blogland what this event was all about? Looks like he is with Katherine Grayson?

— Tina

 
 

Interesting – Don Juan in Uruguay – October 18, 1951

22 May

— Tina

 

Now there is a happy Errol! Date? October 22, 1946 – Thanks Inga

20 May

— Tina

 

I have your Cover as a picture – synchronicity?

17 May

— Tina

 

L'Ecran Francais January 1951

17 May

Errol and Micheline Presle in “Adventures of Captain Fabian”. It's amazing in how many colours her dress comes – one picture shows it in blue, this one in red… I wonder what the original colour was…

— Inga

 

Cinévie October 1947

17 May

— Inga