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Flynn at the Box Office

01 Apr

The most popular sites really have no information on older films and I wonder how well his films did other than someones opinion. I found an interesting article but have no idea the source of the figures. Some may surprise you. I remember on one of the Yahoo groups there was a guy who had a source for these films and he was correct on one of them that I remember which was San Antonio. Its fun to read at any rate but would love to find an insider who could give us the numbers and also tell us how to figure them out with inflation to compare them to today’s films.

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  1. zacal

    April 2, 2016 at 2:42 am

    First of all, GREAT PICTURE, thank you. As for San Antonio being his biggest grosser, I remember reading this as well. The key to its success was it came after the end of the war. Escapism at its best.(and Technicolor to boot) The surprise to me was the success of “Adventures of Don Juan”. I’d read that it was a modest success and lead to the downgrading of Flynn’s budgets, as well as the end of his Warner swashbucklers. But these figures make it look like a HUGE success. WTH?? Why didn’t Warners keep making Flynn swashbucklers???

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  2. Gentleman Tim

    April 2, 2016 at 10:42 am

    Thanks, twinarchers. Excellent data to consider. Here’s some more along the same lines:

    www.ultimatemovierankings.com…

    Looks like Errolexis had a dang good time filming San Anton’!
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    • twinarchers

      April 2, 2016 at 1:45 pm

      Thanks for the link. I knew of this site but never checked it. You know what they say when you assume something?

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