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About Jack Marino

31 Jul

Jack Marino Warrior Filmmaker



Jack Marino

Forgotten Heroes


Jack Marino is originally from Everett Massachusetts.

This typical working class city at that time was made up
of mostly Sicilians, Irish Roman Catholic Democrats, who by the way –
were all conservatives. He and all his friends were the children of
World War II veterans; it is from this world that shapes his political,
religious and patriotic ideals

As a young boy his Father took him to see all those great
films of the mid 50s and 60s. It was in those darkened temples that he
dreamed of being in the picture business. His inspiration for being an
actor was reading “The Films of Errol Flynn” and “My Wicked, Wicked
Ways”. Other great actors he would read and follow their films, John
Barrymore, James Cagney, Bogey, Ronald Coleman, Orson Wells, Richard
Burton, Charlton Heston, the Duke and Robert Mitchum, the list is
endless. Warner Bros of the 30s & 40s was the favorite of all the
studios with contract directors like Michael Curtiz, Raoul Walsh and
Vincent Sherman, a dear friend and mentor.

A student of the Boston Catholic school system his early
life, he eventually went to Northeastern University in Boston and
graduated with a BS in Criminal Justice. This was his first massive
exposure to the 60s radical malcontent mindset. It was at Northeastern
that he started doing theater in the round. His first Shakespearean
role was Ross in Macbeth. After two years of fencing and acting in
plays he wanted to get into Repertory Theater. Once he was out of
Northeastern, his former teacher/director cast him as Cyrano de Bergerac
in that ambitious play she was directing. Four weeks into rehearsal
the play was shut down for lack of funds. Sounds familiar? This would be
a way of life in the world of independent filmmaking once he got to

After the play shut down he got into his 1971 Dodge
Charger and headed for Hollywood for six months. While out here he met a
lot of film stars, old prize fighters who knew everyone from the old
days of Hollywood. His plan was to get a feel for the place. He worked
in a couple of films and then returned home to marry his high school
sweetheart. Back in Everett, they both worked for another two years. By
mid '80 they were back living in Los Angeles.

During the next four years he formed two production
companies, had a couple of scripts and was taking them around to all the
studios. In '83 he raised private funds to produce his first
independent film “KILLZONE”. It was one of the biggest hits of the
1985AFM and it changed the entire film market to low budget action
films. In Jan. of '86 he was asked by his DP on KILLZONE to put
together the film, “Hell’s Outlaw” and borrowing a friend’s credit card
he made the film. By the fall of '86 he began putting together the film
project called “FORGOTTEN HEROES”. Little would he know that this film would end up becoming his Calypso in this twenty-year odyssey.

Jack has been married now for thirty-one years to a
green-eyed Irish girl he met in 1969. Their daughter, now married,
recently gave birth to “Identical twin girls”. Their son is in the Army
and recently finished his tour of duty with the 25th INF DIV in a
Striker Brigade in Baghdad, Iraq and is now with the Army Reserves here
in Los Angeles.

By the way, he still has that '71 Dodge Charger, still has
that same girl, and when the world was young, they went everywhere in
that car. He would tell her of his dreams, making films in Hollywood,
living up on Mulholland Farm, having fat kids and watching their
vineyards grow! Now that their kids are out on their own, he is with
his girl again, only he can remember when.




NOTE:  I am on a short hiatus from my show because of my wife's sudden illness.  I will return to my show and LA TALK RADIO.
Thank you for your loyalty during this difficult time.  
Your thoughts and prayers for my wife are working.
 I will be playing all the best shows for your enjoyment.
 I am looking forward to returning in the near future. – Jack Marino
Warriorfilmmaker Show




  One of  LA Talk Radio's family
members, Jack Marino from Warrior Filmmaker, has recently encountered a
great tragedy in his life. His beautiful bride of
32 years, Louise, recently suffered a stroke and has been in a coma ever since April 30.

On behalf of Jack and his family we ask for your prayers and support.
At present time, there is no long term financial solution in place to
fund the ongoing medical expenses for Louise's care. A fund has been
established in her name to provide support to meet Louise's future
medical expenses.

If you would like to support Louise, please go to this link…   (friends of Louise…

Jack and his family thank all of LA Talk Radio listeners for their prayers and support.

Jacks's old Hollywood themed shows including one with
legendary actor Paul Picerni (The Untouchables, Mara Maru) and Rory
Flynn, Errol Flynn's daughter are now available on iTunes: Jack's
Convervative shows are in the mix, too!…

Listen to Jack Live
Fridays at 8:00PM (PST)

Show Date

Show Summary & Guests

Friday, April 29, 2011

Show #64 G.T. Herrell author of the explosive book MEMBERS ONLY
 exposes the real truth and power behind the American Sicilian Mafia
here in America.  G T Herrell captures compelling life of the Mafia's
secret judge Paul 'Lefty' Della Universita, about his rise in the
Mafia, of his life experiences with well-known gangsters and associates.
 The story of how Paul 'Lefty' would be the 'Judge' “the Consigliere
for all five families.” here in America.  G T Harrell recorded the
conversations of Sonny Della Universita the youngest brother to Paul and
he reveals a hidden Mafia secret that for years has been never told,
until now. 

Friday, April 22, 2011
Show #63  Steve Hayes,
actor, writer and raconteur, returns to my show to tell of more of his
adventurous life from the day he met Errol Flynn and befriended
numerous movie stars like Errol Flynn, Tyrone Power, Marilyn Monroe,
Ava Gardner, Clark Gable, Alan Ladd, Lana Turner, Sterling Hayden and
Robert Middleton, all of whom influenced his life and gave him material
for his recently published two-volume memoirs, “Googie’s: Coffee Shop to the Stars”.  

A world traveler, Steve has explored the Amazon river
by small boat, dug for gold in Alaska, climbed Kilimanjaro, ridden
elephants at India’s Tiger Tops game preserve, photographed the
Mountain Gorillas in Uganda, been on safaris in Kenya, Tanzania and
South Africa and trekked in Tibet and the Himalayas.  In 1958 he went
to Cuba where he met Ernest Hemingway before joining the Cuban
Revolution, led by Fidel Castro, Raul Castro, Che Guevara and the
American Army deserter, William Morgan. 
Friday, April 15, 2011

Show #62  Robert & Mary Matzen, filmmakers and authors to talk about their books, ERROL FLYNN SLEPT HERE  and ERROL and OLIVIA: Ego and Obsession in Golden Era Hollywood,  Listen
to their fascinating story of how they uncovered the history of one of
the most incredible homes built by the most adventurous and wildest
actor, that came out of nowhere, to be the biggest movie star in
Hollywood.  The story continues with their latest book of Errol and
Olivia,  two of the greatest stars, that worked and made millions from
their classic films for Warner Bros. Studios. Both Robert and Mary have
done extensive research at the Warner Library and interviewed many
people that knew and worked with both Errol and Olivia to bring you
these two unique books to you which includes stories and photos that
have never been published before. Both these books are a great addition
to the library of any Flynn fan and collector. 

Friday, April 8, 2011

Show # 61 Jerry Vairo, the great nephew of famous mobster Paulie 'Lefty' Della Universita know as the 'Judge' with character actor Ed Lauter join me in studio on my show to talk about Jerry's book MEMBERS ONLY: THE STORY OF THE MOB'S SECRET JUDGE.
This book reveals new information of the inner workings of the
Sicilian mafia here in America going back to the early 1900s. Jerry
tells in his book how his great uncle Paulie “Lefty'became the most
powerful advisor in the Cosa Nostra.  Jerry Vairo heard all these
stories growing up in Brooklyn and in Little Italy from his Grandmother
who was Paulie's oldest sister, to all this great aunts, uncles
associates, friends, people that lived in Mott street during the heyday
of when that was where all the mob families would meet.  Even Paulie's
young brother Sonny who is still alive tells of his first hand
experience of what when on in the five families.  Be sure to buy this
unique and fascinating book MEMBERS ONLY: The Story of the Mob's Secret

Friday, April 1, 2011
Show #60 CL Bryanta Baptist Pastor, Conservative activist, Tea party patriot and a great American.  CL has made a controversial film called Runaway Slaves Runaway
Slave is a movie about the race to free the Black community from the
slavery of tyranny and progressive policies.   He is the founder of the
national movement One Nation Back to God  CL talks about his book  Lead Us to Temptation Deliver Us to Evil
 Read how C.L. Bryant, former NAACP President, evolved into a beacon
of Conservatism and how he now impacts a generation sold out and
betrayed by leftist policies and political leaders. 
Friday, March 25, 2011
Show #59 Wendy A Goldman,
a conservative woman filmmaker that is a partner with Becky Best in
Crusaders Films.  Wendy talks about the need of conservatives to break
into the pop culture in order to change it.  Wendy and Becky are two
determined gals that will make their mark upon the Hollywood Industry.
 There up coming film 'AN INCORRECT MAN is a comedy that exposes the
absurdity of political correctness. Wendy and Becky are both promoting
their project on KICK STARTERwhich
is a unique site for indie filmmakers to raise the funds to get their
films made and a great place to market your film. We all need to
support these two courageous ladies and their unique film so more of us
conservatives can get our opinion into the marketplace since Hollywood
refuses to allow any other opposing voice out there to grow roots. 
Friday, March 18, 2011

Show #58  Eric Sherman
Filmmaker, Author, Educator, Private Filmmaking consultant,
Entertainment Industry Legal Consultant, and Expert Witness.  Eric was
born in Los Angeles and grew up on the Hollywood backlots watching his
father, Vincent Sherman, direct films starring many of the industrys
greatest figures, including Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, Clark Gable,
Richard Burton, Paul Newman, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth
and Ava Gardner. Eric Sherman's life is dedicated to movies. He has
worn every hat: produced, directed, acted, photographed, edited, done
make-up, hair and wardrobe, made popcorn, sold movies and collected
money from theaters. His purpose in life is to make good films and help
as many as possible to do the same. He consults others on all the
above subjects, plus business plans, budgets, schedules and expert
witness legal services.  Listen to this radio interview and hear some
great stories. 

Friday, March 11, 2011

Show #57 Jack Marino,
flies solo for tonight's show.  He plays all new songs from FORGOTTEN
HEROES and patriotic song from various artist that has sent him their
recordings honoring America.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Show #56 Christopher Mitchum,
actor, writer and producer tells of his incredible career starting in
early 70s as a major young star working with John Wayne, Richard Boone
and Howard Hawks.  Chris comes from a legendary acting family which he
himself became an international film star.   Chris Mitchum's career
ended in the United States because he was told by casting agents, he
had worked with John Wayne!  This constantly goes on here in Hollywood
to all conservatives and this show provides a platform for actors of
Chris' stature to speak out and tell the truth.  Chris went to Spain
where he made action films and martial art films for Europe and Asia.
 Christopher Mitchum is actively involved in California politics and he
is planning on running for Congress in the Santa Barbara area in 2012.

Friday, February 25, 2011
Show #55 Frank DeMartini, conservative Attorney/Producer returns to the show along with screenwriter Ira Schwartz, conservative blogger Craig Covello who all write for the conservative website Hollywood Republican.  We talk about Frank's article “49 long years”
a nostalgic look of America when things were simpler.  We discuss what
has happen to NASA through the years.  Today's politics, what is going
on with the teacher's Union in Wisconsin.   Internet Radio Host and
conservative activist Kender McGowan calls into the show and adds his take on what is going on in the world today.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Show #54 Anthony Arezzo,
filmmaker and post-production supervisor comes to talk
about being a conservative working in the post-production field and
dealing with how liberals treat you in the work force. Once you let it
be know that you are a conservatives both Tony and I have been let go
from the same post-production for our views.  Anthony a former
democrat, talks about what democratic politics on the national level are
like, and in his hometown of Hoboken New Jersey.   He tells us of some
wonderful stories of growing up as a first generation Sicilian in
Friday, February 11, 2011

Show #53 Steve Latshaw,
an independent filmmaker, writer, producer, and director talks about
his career when he started out as a radio broadcaster and made the jump
into independent features during the height of the video explosion of
the late 80s and early 90s.   Steve tell us about the years of shooting
on the lot in Universal Studios in Orlando Florida.   He made the move
to come to Los Angeles sometime  in the mid 90s to make films here in
Hollywood.  Steve has written over 35 screenplays that have been
produced and he writing and directing of RETURN OF THE KILLER SHREWSa sequel to the 1959 horror cult classic ” THE KILLER SHREWS” 

Friday, February 4, 2011

Show #52 Philip Cambre, an impressionist and
comedian brings his uncanny impression of President Burack Obama for an
interview on LA Talk Radio   I was able to make this happen by the
generosity of Mr. Cambre to have the President as an in studio guest.
Hear the interview that not even Bill O'Reilly or Chris 'the tingle'
Matthews couldn't get.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Show #51 Doug V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Kender McGowen of Kender Uncensored,  and Eric Porvaznik, of Radio Free Threedonia,
joins the show to talk politics, show business and old style comedy
comparing to today comedians. All three are radio colleagues of mine
and they were streaming my show through their own live shows.  

Friday, January 21, 2011

Show #50 Frank DeMartini,
 a Hollywood Producer began his entertainment career 20 years ago as an
entertainment attorney. Soon he became a specialist in representing
not only the above-the-line elements but also all aspects of motion
picture and TV production from development through financing and
distribution. His film credits include producer on the independent
feature “Motel Blue” (1997)  “Crocodile” (2001), “Mozart and the Whale”
(2006) and “Journey to the End of the Night” (2007). His most recent
film, “Mad Money” (2008) opened on 2500 screens in January 2008. He has
just completed production on an M.O.W. for the ABC Family Channel
entitled, “The Prince and Me 4: The Elephant Adventure.”  His
most recent film he produced is Elephant White for Millennium Films.
 Frank is an unapologetic staunch Republican in the midst of profoundly
Democratic industry, and does not hesitate to stir up controversy on
his website, The Hollywood Republican.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Show #49  Ernie Lijoi, Sr. former
Boston area Detective tells his life story of working  with local,
state and federal agencies to solve some major crimes from the 1970's
to the late 1980's. He was “deep undercover” in his early years working
with the Quincy police. In fact, Ernie Lijoi, actually, became “Eddie
Pannoni,” and donned all the trappings of a street thug and mobster.
Under the guise of 'EDDIE PANNONI' who deals with the Mafia figures to
recover millions of dollars in stolen bonds.  Then, while forced to
shoot and kill a rapist, he is shot and stabbed. The time he was shot
at by fellow police officers, leads a high speed chase through three
States, and helps seized millions of dollars worth of drugs, weapons
and the stolen 1629 original Charter of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.  You can read all of these exciting stories in Ernie
Lijoi's books “Street Business”, “Shoveling The Tide”, “Chasing Snow”
and soon to be released, “Myth or Meth” and ” The Cash Mule”.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Show #48 Thomas McNulty was
born in Chicago and is a graduate of Columbia College's famed writing
program. He is the author of the critically acclaimed biography Errol Flynn: The Life and Career,
the culmination of over a decade of research and writing.  His
celebrity interviews, articles, essays, book reviews and film reviews
have appeared in numerous publications. Tom provided the audio
commentary for the Warner Brothers DVD release of Rocky Mountain
starring Errol Flynn (released August 29, 2008). He is also an avid
shooting enthusiast, particularly with guns from the American frontier

Friday, December 31, 2010

Show #47 New Year's Eve show, Jack talks about the
old days growing up in the late 50s early 60s and all those New Years
Eve with some great old music from the big band era. This is the last
show for 2010 and we will see you all next year with a great line up of
new and fun guests.  HAPPY NEW YEAR to all my listeners.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Show #46 Christmas Eve show, Jack talks about the
magic of Christmas through songs and his own experience growing up in
Everett with his family during the Christmas Season.  He honors all our
military with a song by Jarrod Radnich called 'CAN YOU HEAR ME” Merry Christmas everyone! 

Friday, December 17, 2010
Show #45 A J Benza & Jerry Vairo discuss the new book MEMBERS ONLY
about the life story of the more powerful mob boss Paulie “Lefty”
Della Universita in the American Sicilian La Cosa Nostra.  This is
all told to G.T. Harrell by Paulie's brother Sonny Della Universita.
 Both AJ Benza and Jerry Vairo knew most, if not all of the current mob
guys in the 80s and 90s.  AJ worked for the New York Daily post as a
gossip columnist and got to know John Gotti very well. A J was the host
of E channel's  Mysteries and Scandals for five years.  He was also a
regular on the Howard Stern Show.   Jerry is the nephew of Sonny Della
Universita who has heard all the stories growing up in the family, that
none of the current authors of many book on the mob even got wind of.
On this show both AJ and Jerry reveal the truth of what happen to Jimmy
Hoffa.  You can read all the incredible stories of the man they called
Friday, December 10, 2010

Show #44 Robert Florczak, Artist-Illustrator,
Author, Recording Artist, College/University Instructor and World
Traveler talks about his two new books on Hollywood, a photo essay book
from his travels called “Movie Locations-Then & Now”, and
preparing a book on the making of “The Adventures Of Robin Hood”.  He
talks about the time he lived on John Barrymore's Bella Vista estate in
Beverly Hills.  Robert is a painter who's original art is in the
collections of Mel Gibson, Jimmy Stewart (now in the James Stewart
Theater in Princeton), Michael Jackson (including the design for the
logo of his Neverland estate), Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Allen. He is
an Illustrator of eight noted picture books and he continues to travel
the world.

Friday, December 3, 2010
Show #43 William Donati an author who writes biographies, has a new book out on Amazon Lucky Luciano: The Rise and Fall of a Mob Boss Donati
went through 40,000 documents of the Thomas Dewey's investigation and
the trial that got Luciano deported to Sicily.  Donati lets the reader
know that he admires Dewey and writes with a strong anti-gangster tone.
Friday, November 26, 2010
Show #42 Jodi DeStefano
has written a memoir about her father, Jimmy The Shiv Death House
Barber of Sing Sing.  Jimmy was adopted by the Capone family after his
parents had both passed away.  Jimmy was taken in and was taught to be a
barber by Al Capone's father.   Jimmy in the meantime, grew up  and
work with just about everyone that became the hierarchy of organized
crime in America.  Jimmy was sent to Sing Sing and he was the Barber
for 46 death row inmates and one was a women. After serving his time he
left the shadows of prison life in 1937 to marry the famous
entertainer, Jimmy Durante's niece, and lead an exemplary life.  Listen
to the show and hear this amazing story of Jimmy “The Shiv” Death House Barber of Sing Sing. 
Friday, November 19, 2010
Show # 41 Logan Clements, independent filmmaker and activist discusses his new film called “Sick and Sicker: ObamaCare Canadian Style” This
controversial film exposes the truth about ObamaCare and what is in
store for all of us in America.  This film has a very powerfule ending
that will hit home to every American.  Logan Clements, last made news
in 2005 with his “Lost Liberty Hotel project” —a rebellion against eminent domain abuse.  
Friday, November 12, 2010
Show #40 Thomas Ruck is an author, speaker and patriot who has written a book “Sacred Ground, A Tribute to Americas Veterans,
was released by Regnery Publishing and achieved a #5 ranking on Amazon
and as he describes, I created this book as a labor of love to honor
the truest of American heroes, our veterans..   All of the royalties
generated by the sales of Sacred Ground go directly to the
Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund.  What I love about this book is that
kids who have been dealt a traumatic blow by the loss of a parent while
they were serving this great country of ours will know that America
has not forgotten them or the sacrifice of their parent, states Ruck..
  Sacred Ground was awarded with a Gold Medal from the Military Writers Soceity of America in non-fiction for 2009.
Friday, November 5, 2010

Show #39 Jack Marino, talks about the election day, Veterans Day and has a few phone calls into the show.

Friday, October 29, 2010
Show #38  Deirdre Marie Capone,  grand niece of Al Capone comes on the show to tell us of her new book UNCLE AL CAPONE Deirdre
tells of her heart warming memories of growing up in the Capone Family
and how she knew her Uncle Al as the man who taught her how to swim,
ride a bike, play the mandolin and how to cook great Italian meals.  
The Capone name has had it's good and bad effects on her life.  She
tells of her Father who committed suicide because of the burden of the
Capone name.  This is a fascinating inside story told by a family
member of a side of Al Capone the world doesn't know.
Friday, October 22, 2010

Show #37 Chelene Nightingale,
American Independent Conservative running for Governor for the State of
California.  Listen to Chelene's ideas on closing the borders, cuting
taxes to bring businesses back into California, putting people and the
private sector back to work. Listen to a very dynamic and passionate
American Citizen who has great ideas for the State of California.  She
is exactly what the Founding Fathers wanted as citizen politicians.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Show #36 Robert Matzen, author/filmmaker talks about his three films on the young George Washington and both this new books ERROL FLYNN SLEPT HERE,  about one of the most notorious homes in Hollywood.  His newest book is ERROL & OLIVIA: Ego and Obsession in Golden Era Hollywood,
  the true story of Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, two great
stars who battled the studio system and sometimes each other in the
name of ego and obsession to achieve screen immortality in some of the
greatest motion pictures of all time.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Show #35 Frank Tabbita's  stage credits include
leading roles in A Streetcar Named Desire, Dracula, When Ya Comin' Back
Red Ryder, Waiting for Godot, The Man of La Mancha,  Grease and The
Sound of Music, in addition to roles in both dramatic and musical
 productions. His film roles include, playing a gang leader in With
These Hands, Debra  Winger's date in Paper Man (a short film made from a
Tom Robbins script), a role in The Happiest Moment of My Life: Take
Two, directed by Thomas Phillips, and most recently, starring as the
lead character, Gerard in the award-winning film, “BEAT ANGEL”,  about the spirit  of Jack Kerouac, which Frank also co-wrote and co-produced.
Frank was most recently seen as Tesla in the internationally celebrated one man play; “TESLA AN EVENING WITH A GENIUS”.  His latest one man show is DOC HOLIDAY AND THE  ANGEL OF MERCY

Friday, October 1, 2010

Show #34 Jack Marino pre-records his very first
show which includes a special opening and where he plays some of the
great film scores of the Golden Age of Hollywood.  Don't miss this show
since, I was invited to make a speech in Temecula about independent
filmmaking.  I wanted to leave my audience with something special to

Friday, September 24, 2010
Show #33 Joseph Lindseyworked
as an actor and screenwriter for more then fifteen years while hiding
in the closet.  His coming out marked the end of his career in
Hollywood, where a felony conviction is more welcomed then a
conservative thought.  His debut novel gives and insider's look at
Hollywood politics that's both rich and darkly humorous.
Friday, September 17, 2010

Show #32 features Filmmaker and Horror legend  Tom Holland  to the show. Tom talks about his years as one of the last of the young contract actors at Warner Bros.  How 
he worked his way into writing and then directing.  He talks about his film FRIGHT NIGHT  and all the other films and television shows he has written, produced and Directed.  
Tom is considered a legend in the Horror film genre and
he has a lot of fans out there all over the world and your Host happens
to be one of them.  It was a real pleasure to meet Tom and have him
on my show.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Show #31  has  Stephen Schochet,
Author and Hollywood Tour guide presenting his new book, “Hollywood
Stories: Short, Entertaining Anecdotes about the Stars and Legends of 
the Movies! ” Listen to Stephen tell some great stories
we never get to hear from the mainstream media of Hollywood's film

Friday, September 3, 2010

Show #30 has Republican Candidate for Congress Gerry Demborski  who
is running in the 7th Congressional District in Massachusetts against
life long Democratic incumbent Ed Markey. Gerry is a Doctor and a first
time citizen statesman that is going to congress to change the status
quo.  We need more individuals to run for congress like Gerry to fix
this government.  It is going to take men like Gerry Demborski to end
these life long politicians who answer to no one but the special
interest. Gerry will work for the people of his district and the rest
of the Nation since he will be passing laws that effect each of us.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Show #29  has a special guest, actor Paul Picerni,  stage-screen-TV
career took him from small East Coast theater groups to Hollywood
studios where he acted alongside stars on the level of John Wayne,
Errol Flynn, Audie Murphy, Burt Lancaster, Vincent Price, Charles
Bronson and his best friend Telly Savalas. In this book, master
storyteller Picerni vividly describes working with these legends (and
scores of others) and recalls in detail all the phases of his
astounding 60 years in the acting profession.  His manager/Author John
Gloski, is also a guest, telling how he met Paul and about his book, Tough Kid: The Life and Films of Frankie Darro.

Friday, August 20, 2010
Show #28  has in studio guest RIchard Florczak,
 Hollywood's Premier Private Chef!    Richard Florczak, has been the
private chef to high profile people for more than fifteen years. He is
the author of the a new and fascinating cookbookThe Private Chef For
the past nine years Richard has been the full-time exclusive chef for
actor and director Mel Gibson and was recently sought after by Jennifer
Garner to provide services on a part-time basis.
Friday, August 13, 2010

Show #27 has a special guest Rory Flynn, the daughter of legendary actor Errol FlynnRory talks about living up at Mulholland Farm and of her new  book The Baron of Mulholland, which is a wonderful and touching love letter from a loving daughter to her Father. 

Friday, August 6, 2010
Show # 26  has a in studio guest Kender McGowan, our Warrior Poet, Nick Polyzos, conservative radio host and activist in the Tea Party Movement and Ladd Ehilinger, Jr,of FilmLadd Company that produces indie films and political commercials.  Join us for a night of laughs and political banter.
Friday, July 30, 2010
Show #25  has a full house in studio. Jack's guest are three conservative patriots Eric Porvaznik, radio host of Radio Free Threedonia,  David Stein, documentary filmmaker and Executive Editor, along with his partner John Romano, musician and publisher of the new “leaning right and leaning left” internet blog called,  YES, BUT,HOWEVER Listen
to four conservatives having a spirited and funny conversations about
their work on internet radio, their political blogs and all the events
that are going on today in America.
Friday, July 23, 2010
Show #24  has guest Chrystopher Smith who
joins the show to talk about the political events in America today.
 He explains the origins of Black Liberation Theology and how Margaret
Stanger an avowed racist was a major influence in creating this
movement along with plan parenthood.  Chrystopher touches upon the
beginnings of the progressive movement and how today American patriots
in the Tea Party movement are beginning to have a major influence in the
political landscape as the Founding Fathers intended.  Chrystopher is
the founder of the SO-CAL T.E.A. PARTY STARS a grassroots
conservative organization comprised solely of political outsiders.
 Chrys says,  “we're usually called citizens, who are not politically
correct, but are constitutionally correct.” 
Friday, July 16, 2010

Show #23 features special guest Evan Sayet,
 a political commentator, satirist, comedian, and writer talks about
the political events of today and why Hollywood is the way it is.  Evan
talks about the events of 9/11 and how it changed him to become a
conservative.  Evan's highly acclaimed “Right to Laugh” night of conservative comedy goes big time, the show launching on cable TV called the  Right Network.  The Heritage Foundation
casked  asked Evan to speak where he defines the difference between
liberalism and conservatism.  “One of the five most conservative
speeches ever given” – Andrew Breitbart

Friday, July 9, 2010

Show #22  has veteran character actor/director Richard Erdman who
started out in the last days of vaudeville.  In 1944 at the age of 17
he was signed to a contract with Warner Bros. and he has been working as
an actor ever since.  Richard has been in over 100 films and over 600
Television shows.  He was the barracks chief 'Hoffy' in “Stalag 17”,
 he played the Delong in the film “Cry Danger” with his idol William
Powell and McNulty in that famous and popular Twilight Zone, “A kind of
Stopwatch”.  Richard has some great stories of his career and all the
great actors he worked with in the past six decades.  This is a show
about old Hollywood and what it was like working as an actor in those
wonderful days of the studio system.

Friday, July 2, 2010
Show #21 features the comedic and musical  talents of Jack Simmons who
has spent over 15 years as a road comic with middle of the road
material.  Then 9-11 changed his focus and all his material went very
political and cultural, he goes after all the hot buttons in the pop
culture.  Jack believes that, 'this is comedy and someone is going to
get hurt”.  

Jack Simmons calls himself one of the 'SON'S OF THE
GREATEST” to honor all the Fathers that fought in WWII. He talks about
the America all our Dad's fought for and since we are their son's we
must continue to keep the America they left us in tact.   Jack Simmons
Friday, June 25, 2010
Show # 20 has independent filmmaker and one man film studio Vic Alexander
who  is an American filmmaker with 35 years of experience shooting
movies all over the world. A graduate of the San Francisco State
University Film Department.  Vic Alexander has worked as
cinematographer, editor, film director (between 1970 and 1992), and
university instructor in the Cal State University system (1993-1999).
Since 2000, Vic Alexander has returned to independent filmmaking in
Southern California. In addition to writing about film, Vic Alexander
also writes on a variety of subjects, including religion and history.
 Tonight Vic explains film vs digital and why film is so much better
and is still used by the major motion picture studios.  He has written a
book on the process of making films called, FILMMAKING A to Z  which is now on Amazon.
Friday, June 18, 2010

Show # 19  Author, writer, columnist, and musician Michael Merrett, joins the show to tell of his recent article in THE DAILY ITEM all
about his determination to have a career as a writer despite the fact,
he was born with retintis pigmetosa along with his four brothers.  His
an incredible journey of determination and details his decent into
blindness and his brothers' experiences.  Michael has written four
self-published books including two novels, which are all available on
his website THE FOG.
Listen to this incredible story of Michael Merrett, who I
went to Pope John XXIII High School with in Everett, MA.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Show #18 Jack is back from vacation in Boston visiting his grandchildren.  His special guest is actor, writer, author Louis Kraft.  Louis
brings his historical knowledge about the American West, the truth
about George A. Custer and Cheyenne Indian Agent Edward Wynkoop.  Louis
talks of the great Hollywood films like, THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON
 Starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland.  Louis speaks of his
friendship with Ms. de Havilland one of the last of the great leading
ladies of the silver screen.  

Friday, May 14, 2010

Show #17  Jack invites Congressional Candidate MARK REED 
who is running for Congress in the 27th District here in California.
 Mark comes into the studio to talk about the latest issues that face
his district and the nation.   Mark talks about the new immigration law
in Arizona and where he stands on immigration, cutting taxes, cutting
Government spending and waste, auditing the Federal Reserved.  He talks
about his defense for the State of Israel and how both countries must
make sure that Iran isn't controlling the middle east.  Mark Reed is
the leadership we can count on for  the 27th District and in Congress.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Show #16  Jack welcomed to the show Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning actor, Michael Moriarty listen 
to the outstanding interview with Michael as he discusses his acting
and writing career; what it is like having strong conservative ideals
working in the entertainment business; about his strong passionate
belief in the founding documents;  his vehement stand against Roe Vs
Wade and what this unconstitutional ruling has done to the soul of
America.  Michael touched on his work as a writer/actor in his new film “Hitler meets Christ” Listen
to one of Hollywood's top talents who isn't afraid to voice his
religious,conservative and patriotic beliefs in a town that shuts out
all opposing views. A show not to miss!

Friday, April 30, 2010

Show #15, Jack discusses the recent law passed by
the Governor of Arizona and the BUY ARIZONA campaign to support the
state of Arizona from all the boycotts that are attacking the business
of Arizona.  The discussion goes from politics to old movies like EL
CID, THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE and a lot of other great films from
the Golden era of Hollywood.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Show #14  present documentary filmmaker Steve Barber who has produced two outstanding films, “Return to Tawara and “Unbeaten  Steve
tells of his determination to get this film UNBEATEN  produced and
what he went through to get where he is today.  He is an inspiration to
all filmmakers out there, who are determined to beat the odds to see
that their dreams become a reality. 

Friday, April 16, 2010

Show #13 features George Ciampa,
an 85 year old WWII Veteran, who has produced two documentaries with
high school teachers and combat veterans, who served in the Battle of
the Bulge and the D-Day Normandy Invasion.  You will hear George talk
about how at 18 he was drafted and how he ended up in 4th platoon of
the 607th Grave Registration Company.  Listen to his passionate
political views of what is going on today and how he feels about all
those young Heroes he had to bury and the reason they gave their lives
in WWII.  He feels  wasn't to see America turn into where it is going
today. George Ciampa is a real American Patriot and Hero. I urge you
all to go to his website and support his projects.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Show #12  Australian Filmmaker Robert de Young,
 the writer/producer of the film Tasmanian Devil: The Fast and Furious
Life of Errol Flynn.  Robert is in Los Angeles filming his latest film
about the life of actor Peter Finch.  Also, Author Steven Schochet
 calls in to talk about his new book  Hollywood Stories: Short
Entertaining Anecdotes about the Stars & Legends of the Movies.
 Both Robert and Steven share a common knowledge and affection for the
great stories of these incredible legends.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Show #11 Jack Marino welcomes his long time
partner and Executive Producer John R. Lebert to the studio to talk
about some of their incredible stories they've shared in the making of
Jack and John plan to be back again on future shows to
tell more of their experiences in the making of this unique film with
all the fun, luck and laughs they have known.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Show #10  Jack talks about some of the events of
the past week, the healthcare bill,  James Cameron's remarks about the
deniers, Obama's remarks taunting the GOP.  His call in guest was Lawrence Naritelli
the constitutionalist conservative Reagan Republican candidate running
for Governor for the State of California. Tune in to hear what Larry
has to say about what is going on in California and his plan to finally
fix this State 

Friday, March 19, 2010

Show# 9  Jack Marino talks about the statements
made by actor Tom Hanks about America during World War II.   He is then
joined by Conservative candidate in CA 39th Congressional district Chrystopher Smith, endeavoring to unseat Linda Sanchez.  Chrystopher also talks about the Healthcare Bill that is up for a vote.    

Friday, March 12, 2010
Show# 8 Ari David the
Congressional Candidate for the 30th district, who is planning to
defeat Henry Waxman who has been in office since the mid 1970s.   Ari
discusses the issues, like cap and trade, that he feels are important
to the voters of his district and out there all over America.  
Friday, March 5, 2010

Show #7  OLD HOLLYWOOD: On my first show about the Golden Age of Hollywood I invited Steve Hayes to
the show so he could share with us his adventurous life starting when
he arrived in Hollywood at 19 in 1949.   On that day he went to a
party at Errol Flynn's famous Mulholland Farm and his life changed
forever.   Steve got to know as friends, many of the greats of
Hollywood Fame and he worked as a manager of GOOGIES, “CoffeeShop of
the Stars”.  Steve was later joined by filmmaker/author Eric Sherman the
son of Vincent Sherman a credited Warner Bros Director.  Both guest
had great stories about their experiences with all the greats they knew
in their fascinating lives.  Definitely .. To Be Continued!!  

Friday, February 26, 2010
Show #6  Jack has as his guest for the entire show,
Producer Kevin McKeever of the Bank of Kev Productions. Kevin talks
about his incredible trip tp CPAC and what was going on with the panels
that he sponsored about filmmaking in Hollywood for new and young
conservatives.  Kevin talks about the Larry O Conner show that was
broadcasting from CPAC where Kev would give his nightly report of the
days happenings. This is an exciting and informative interview from the
Bank of Kev Productions.
Friday, February 19, 2010

Show #5  Jack Marino talks about the conservative
movement in Hollywood and how conservatives must all band together in a
band of brothers instead of working against each other.  He talks
about the different conservative web sites like, Big Hollywood,  that
promote conservative artist and different conservative groups in
Hollywood that promote conservative ideals that are not presented in
present films coming out of Hollywood.

Friday, February 12, 2010

In show #4 Jack talks about the adventure
of his struggle and its meaning to him and all those that he has passed
along the way.  He talks about his experience and what drives him,
through the monologues and soliloquies  of Cyrano, Flynn, Napoleon,
Heston as Michelangelo. His take on Hollywood as a Goddess that sings a
song of the sirens that is so intoxicating for all of us dreamers.  He
then makes a plea for others with stories of their struggles being
conservatives in the Hollywood arena to call in and discuss them. Jack
explains, those who have the heart of a true warrior poet and refuse to
compromise will spend years chasing that dream, even when failure may
be their only reward.His motto ” Don't give up .. Never give up!”

Friday, February 5, 2010

Show # 3  First up, Jack Marino welcomes a call from Ari David,
Congressional Candidate for the 30th District in Los Angeles.  Ari
informs the listeners of his major fundraiser on President Ronald
Reagan's 99th Birthday. This is a very important effort to unseat Henry
Help support ARI DAVID for Congress to unseat Henry Waxman NOW!!!  
Jack discusses his beginnings as a Warriorfilmmaker and
some of the people and events that were going on during the
pre-production, production and post-production of FORGOTTEN HEROES.
There is much more to this adventurous journey to get this independent
film out to those who love and support our troops, the American Public.
Be sure to listen in for more next Friday @ 8:00 PM (PST).

Friday, January 29, 2010

Show # 2 The Warrior Filmmaker welcomes his first guest, California Congressional candidate Mark Reed to the show. 
Running in the 27th Congressional District to unseat Congressman Brad Sherman (D).
Mark lays out the groundwork in the 27th district to
bring back true representation to all of the constituants of the
district. Mark, unlike Brad Sherman who believes solely in party
loyalty, will bring a breath of fresh air and take an Oath to enforce
the Constitution.
He will not raise taxes, He will not add to the national
debt and he will do nothing behind close doors. Mark will hold himself
accountable to the constituans the 27th district. This seat is not
Brad Sherman's seat it is the people's seat. 

Friday, January 22, 2010

Show # 1 The premiere show of “Warrior Filmmaking
– The Conservative Way” hosted by your warrior in the trenches, Jack
Marino, brings you up-close and personal to Jack’s life.
From his early days growing up with his dad, the college
years, meeting his sweetheart and future bride, his introduction to
films and the world of young Hollywood which developed his passion for
the great directors and actors of early movie making and desire to be a
part of that world of fantasy and glamour.
From the soothing nostalgic opening to the heart
throbbing closing of “Good Night My Love” Jack welcomes you into his
life’s experiences while also entertaining some guest callers who help
spice-up the evening.  

Podcast Description

Bold. Conservative. Warrior – That’s what Host Jack Marino brings to LA Talk radio, every Friday night with his new show: Jack Marino – Warrior filmmaker. Got questions about Hollywood, filmmaking, surviving as a conservative filmmaker in Hollywood or what’s it really like to be an actor, writer, producer, director, author and dealing with all the politics of today’s Hollywood? Through in depth interviews with guests working in all levels of the film business both then and now, come by and hear a new kind of radio about the gritty side of Hollywood that you’ll never hear in the mainstream media.. Listen to Jack live, every Friday night 8PM PST, exclusively on LA Talk Radio (…)

A new show!

Jack Marino Warriorfilmmaker Radio Show, listen my guest actor/producer
Frank Tabbita talk about his career as an actor doing one man plays on
Telsa and Doc Holiday. Hear about Franks journey to get film BEAT ANGEL
produced, a film about the spirit of Jack Kerouac. Hear Jack's tribute
to Tony Curtis too!…

— David DeWitt


About Spamming Blogs, and Traffic Building

31 Jul

Hallo, Chums! I must thank Tina for spotting several spam comments and letting me know about them recently… spamming a blog is frowned upon by most bloggers or website Admins and doing so will usually get your backlink deleted at discovery. Many times the commet made is generic or some attempt small attempt to make sense in the statement is there but generally, the more comments left in a hurry the more ground the spammer can cover, I guess! Leaving comments with backlinks is, however, IF done properly, a legitimate way to create traffic back to your own websites since incoming links are seen as valuable by search engines, especially if the site linking back to your site is active and has traffic… So what is the difference between spamming a site and getting a legitimate backlink that the owners of websites and their Admins will allow?

The major difference is that the spammer only cares about the link returning to their sites or affiliate pages and not the substance of their comments or the value they may have to the readers of the site they are leaving their comment and backlink on…

An example of a non-spamming, good traffic building comment with a related backlink is AdsMalorca who has left a great comment and returned to make another comment when asked a question. If you are a reader of the blog, or website, with something interesting to add to the content your chances of having your backlink left alone increase dramatically and you are not considered a spammer, too boot!

AdsMalorca's site and comments relate to the blog and so I am happy to leave the links alone!

I have gone forth to create traffic back to this blog in the past and still have backlinks working for us at TCM, for example, that have been there for years and still come up in Google searches!

If you have a website to promote consider visiting blogs and other sites related to your own and leave relevant, interesting comments with a backlink if allowed and enjoy free traffic for years to come. But don't make the mistake many do of jotting down any senseless comment and thinking your backlink will survive for very long…

One of the best ways to create traffic back to your websites and blogs is to do some article marketing. There are article directories on the internet that allow you to place an author's box containing backlinks at the conclusion of your articles. Read and obey their guideslines and rules carefully and start building traffic to your sites that last and articles that get picked up by other websites for use as content which brings you even more traffic over time…

One of the most often spammed articles on the blog has been John's excellent series on Jamaica and the Titchfield Hotel. It's an article series with lots of readers so it draws the attention of those seeking to create a backlink on the blog to their sites quite often…

Most of them get chipped off like barnacles…

— David DeWitt

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I feel cheated!

31 Jul

WTH . . . Netflix had Uncertain Glory, Northern Pursuit and Edge of Darkness available as of August 3.  Now they are sitting in limbo as unavailable.  Just like Linc's book which Amazon now says will be available in October.  One can hope . . .

— Kathleen

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Derek Dubery please contact Admin?

29 Jul

Derek, I would like to ask you a question!




— David DeWitt


“Article on 'Rocky Mountain' In Current Issue 'Films Of The Golden Age'”

28 Jul

The brand new current issue of “Films Of The Golden Age” has a long article on the making of Errol Flynn's western “Rocky Mountain” (1950).   It contains many photographs taken on the set of the film and an extensive interview with actor Dick Jones who played the baby-faced Confederate soldier with the cute dog.

I found it to be fascinating and Dick Jones who also made “Virginia City” (1940) with Errol Flynn offers some rare insights on the star.

Best Wishes

Ralph Schiller



— Ralph Schiller


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I nearly missed the July Rockitt Magazine!

25 Jul

Almost too late hut here tis…the July Rockitt Magazine online!….au  

— David DeWitt


Scenes from the Screenplay 'The Fables of Flynn'

20 Jul

Hi, as an avid admirer of the Legendary film actor Errol Flynn I was surprised to find this most amazing blog, which is dedicated to him. I have spent the last six years researching and writing a screenplay based on Errol Flynn's life. a challenge that has been draining, frustrating and overall rewarding. The challenge was how to write a film that captures the true spirit of the man, and to somehow make him human so that audiences can connect. what i didn't want to do was make another art-house film about Flynn, there are a few stinkers out there that do that job well enough. This mythical man has had everything written about him except something justworthy to his legacy. I feel I have accomplished this by writing a screenplay that upholds his legacy as a great actor. I feel it's extremely important for Errol to finally get his props as an actor! Hopefully my script will prove to be successful and maybe even the academy will finally give him a posthumous honorary Oscar, which he no doubt deserves…I can think of only one actor who could play Flynn, Orlando Bloom…So Flynn fans you heard it here first and I'm very proud to share with you all some scenes from my original screenplay based on the life of Errol Flynn   'The Fables of Flynn'



MEDIUM SHOT of the Art Deco bungalows and tennis courts.
Errol is practicing his swing as he hits balls to an empty court. The weather is perfect and the sky stretches crystal blue. Errol hits another ball that bounces to the feet of Lili Damita. Now in her late 30’s, the Former French beauty queen and sexpot of the silent era is dressed to play in a white mini skirt. She smacks the ball back to Errol. He walks up to greet her by the net.
With all the spare time you have, you should be an excellent tennis player by now.
Tell me about it. Contracted to act, but they pay me to play tennis.
How about a match. What shall we play for?
If you beat me I will be your humble slave…for as long as you wish.
That sounds too easy…besides I don’t need tennis to make you my slave.
Please, no whips…had a bad experience once.
A bad boy, huh? Are those the kind of roles you’re looking for? Bad boy roles.
No, I’d like to do some Shakespeare.
Lili laughs.
ERROL (cont’d)
At this point anything will do. I’m rather bored.
What have you done?
Have you seen the case of the curious bride?
Remember the part when the detective has to identify the dead body?
You were the dead body?
It’s perfect type casting really.
Why is that?
Because, no one has been under more sheets than I.
They smile at each other.


Jack plods over pictures and contracts with his Brother HARRY. They need a lead for their film “Captain Blood”
So far no one is working out…
Robert Donat is too ill, and Clark Gable too expensive.
There’s got to be somebody who can play Captain Blood.
The Secretary brings in some envelops and lays them on the table. Jack notices a paper half folded on her arm with a picture of Lili and Errol. Jack grabs the paper and examines it closely.
JACK WARNER (cont’d)
Isn’t this fella on our payroll?
Who? Lili Damita’s boy toy?
We’re not paying him for nothing. Lets set up an audition.
For Captain Blood? He hasn’t done anything…why?
Why not? Let him read…see how he does.
Read with who? Bette Davis won’t work with an unknown.
So we get another unknown. You know who is an absolute doll.
At the same time they both blurt out…
They look at each other like they just solved the puzzle.


Errol dressed in 18th century English attire meets the lovely OLIVIA DeHAVILLAND For the first time. Olivia looks stunning in her dress. They are instantly attracted to each other. They nervously look over their lines together.
I find myself speechless. I can’t imagine an 18th century young heiress looking any lovelier.
Thank you, this from a man who’s the talk of the town. I’m honored. You don’t look bad yourself.
Talk of the town for all the wrong reasons. All this about Lili being washed up, and me being her arm candy to attract the gossip rags. It’s really not fair. To her at least…personally I don’t care what they write about me, as long as they spell my name correctly. It isn’t what they say about you, it’s what they whisper. At least you have done a few films already, even Shakespeare! A Midsummer Night's Dream…I’ve seen at the Roxie.
So you were the one!
They laugh.
I’m very fond of Shakespeare. I too did Midsummer Night's Dream, in London. I played Lysander.
Olivia thinks he’s joking.
Stop it, Errol. Did you?
How now, my love! Why is your cheek so pale? How chance the roses there do fade so fast? Ay me! For aught that I could ever read, Could ever hear by tale or history, The course of true love never did run smooth; But, either it was different in blood, Or else misgraffed in respect of years.
Olivia is speechless.
Wow…I would love to do Shakespeare with you some day.
That would be a treat, but what do you make of this film?
I heard the Warners are already in over a million dollars so far. Have you seen the sets?
Olivia nods with astonishment.
ERROL (cont’d)
I thought I was reading for a bit part, and when they started to dress me they kindly told me…I was to play the lead.
Olivia grabs his hand.
Me too! I don’t know what Jack Warner is thinking!
The STAGE HELP interrupts them, handing them their papers.
We’re ready.
Errol and Olivia look over their lines nervously, as they begin the dialogue.
Captain Blood! I thought you had gone, You can’t be here…my uncle has just returned.
Yes, I know.
You know? What are you going to do?
Just stay here.
Olivia with passion…
You know that’s impossible, he swore he’d hang you.
No he won’t, I have always been bad luck for your…
Errol breaks character smiling as he flubs a line. Olivia smiles as the ice is broken.
ERROL (cont’d)
It’s that dimple on your chin, sweet. It threw me off.
The stage help interrupts them.
That was good, are we ready to try again?


Olivia gets down from her horse drawn carriage, calling out for Captain Blood. Her white dress ruffles as she runs towards Errol. He is dressed in regal attire and wig.
Captain Blood! I thought you had gone, You can’t be here…my uncles just returned.
Yes, I know.
You know? What are you going to do?
Just stay here.
You know that’s impossible, he swore he’d hang you.
No he won’t, I have always been bad luck for your uncle.
You don’t know the dreadful things he’s done, his whole life he’s been searching for you!
Well, now he’s found me.
You must leave, please save yourself…for my sake.
For your sake! Why would I do that? Isn’t it true you hate me! Or do you love me?
I’ll hide your bags…I’ll find a way…
Errol grabs her, holding her close.
You love me don’t you? Don’t you?
Who else would I love…


Errol with rope in hand swings from one boat to another. He does some sword fighting, but forgets his lines. The director MICHAEl CURTIZ, is in a rage.
Cut! Errol, how many times must we go through this?
Errol jumps off the boat and confronts Michael.
I need a break.
This scene is taking too much time! A short break…go.
Errol hides from the crew and the cameras.
Taking a few swigs from his hidden bottle of brandy, he’s caught by a PRODUCTION ASSISTANT who approaches him with a note.
It’s from Jack.
Errol looks at the note with discouragement.
Errol enters the room where Jack is sitting with Harry and three other MEN.
Errol refuses a seat and prepares for the worst.
Listen, Flynn, there’s one thing I won’t have around this lot and that is drinking! I don’t drink, and my brothers don’t drink. Only a bum will drink when he’s working, and you can’t get the job done well if you do. So there will be none of it, will there Flynn? Good, now get back to work.
Errol begins to walk out as Jack stops him.
JACK WARNER (cont’d)
Just a minute now. There’s something I want you to see.
Jack leads him over to the window where they see the hundreds of people working on the film.
JACK WARNER (cont’d)
It’s okay to be nervous…hell kid you’re the lead, what pressure! But remember that I’m more nervous than you.
How so?
Because I write the checks.

The lines stretch around the corner. Captain Blood is a huge success. Errol and Olivia ride together in the horse drawn carriage as they make their grand entrance to the premiere.


Errol and Lili sit at the breakfast table. Lili reads about the financial success of Errol’s film in the newspaper.
Looks like you’re finally a star. An overnight sensation. Good, now you can start supporting me for a change.
It does feel good. Maybe now I can show them how Shakespeare is done.
Honey, they are going to make you do ten more films like the one you just made. It’s a recipe for making money, they don’t care if you fancy yourself an artist.
If the films keep making money I will do whatever the public wants of me…but eventually they have to let me act.
I shouldn’t be telling you this, but I heard MGM is casting Romeo today.
Yes, I know you would be perfect. But seriously, I heard that John Barrymore is involved.
My hero.
I know you admire him, but if you go please don’t come home drunk or late. We have the birthday party tonight, remember?
I won’t, thanks sweets…I have always wanted to meet the great John Barrymore.
He kisses Lili and grabs his coat and hat.

Errol is sneaking around the backlots of MGM STUDIOS.
Errol see’s a man sitting on a bench, dressed in Shakespearian costume. Errol walks towards the man who upon hearing the approach, straightens up.
The man opens his eyes slowly and cocks his left eyebrow as he stares at Errol.
It is the famous actor JOHN BARRYMORE.
Ah, a glorious day is it not?
John points to the space on the bench beside him, and invites Errol to sit with a hand gesture.
Have I seen you before, my friend? Perhaps in some other life? Wait! I know who you are! You’re the young bastard I’ve seen in the rushes the other day. Captain Blood, huh? The new cock of the walk. You remind me of Navarre. Do you mind if I call you Navarre?
Errol is all smiles.
Not at all.
Glorious country, California. Too good for these cloddish bastards who inhabit it.
I myself prefer the far East.
Ah, yes, Navarre, what you say reminds me of a place where I was once strangely content. Kualalumpur, Malaysia.
Never shall I forget that whorehouse. It was one of much integrity.
Never been there, but I am fond of the ones in Marseilles.
When you go to a house of joy, Navarre, always take the madam. The quality is better, and the price more reasonable.
They finally explode in laughter, as a VOICE from behind says softly.
Mr. Barrymore sir, they are waiting for you on the set.
John rises to his feet swaying with dignity.
Errol stands up as well, and extends his hand.
Navarre, our talk was most illuminating. We shall see more of each other, correct?
I’m absolutely certain of that.
John enters the studio as the back door closes behind him.

— Xaviant Haze


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August 7th – 24 hour marathon of Errol's movies on TCM

17 Jul

Hello Everyone!
I wonder if anybody on this Blog knows if August 7th is a
special date in Errol's life or carrier for TCM to put on this 24 hour
marathon of his movies?

They will show 11 movies.

Gentleman Jim

Robin Hood

Virginia City

Uncertain Glory

Edge of Darkness

San Antonio

The Sea Hawk

Don Juan

The Prince and the Pauper

Object Burma

The Green Light

I just saw yesterday “Cry Wolf” and July 27th they will show “The Charge
of the Light Brigade” and “Essex”

TCM shows a lot of Errol's movies all year round, which is great!

— Tina


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15 Jul

Received an email from Ken Roueche:

Good Afternoon:
My latest book has just arrived from
printer.  PORTLAND: THE OTHER JAMAICA chronicles the stories from many
the dreamers, schemers and crusaders who, over the past 400 years, have
their imprint on this most remarkable parish.  Included are over 45
including the works of local artists and many historic photographs that
never before appeared in print. 

Further details are available on my web
site at

Given that many of you are unfamiliar
with my work
as a writer and publisher, I am offering a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 
can be made through Paypal, or if you prefer to pay by cheque or money
please contact me directly.
To my friends and family in Jamaica,
please be
patient. Planning is underway for a printing in Kingston, and the real
book launch will be in Porti in October.  You will also be able to make
your purchase at a Special Jamaican Price!
Yours truly,
Ken Roueche
47 Howe Street
Canada V8V 4K2
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Worth checking out! Thanks, Ken, for contacting us at The Errol Flynn Blog!

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TCM Spotlight: Errol Flynn Adventures

15 Jul

According to my monthly TCM guide:

New release from Turner Classic Movies and Warner Home Video:

Errol Flynn (Adventures)

All 5 Films Stunningly Restored!

Desperate Journey,Edge of Darkness, Northern Pursuit, Uncertain Glory, and Objective, Burma!… or 1-888-4-Movies

Also there's a 24 hour summer under the stars tribute to Errol Flynn, August 7/10.

Just thought I would share this. :)



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