Errol Magazine Covers (GB, USA, Australia)

25 Mar

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Here are old and more recent movie magazine covers depicting Errol Flynn from the USA, GB and Australia in chronological order.

— Inga


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  1. Lollie

    August 24, 2013 at 11:28 am

    Thank you very much for posting these.I love magazines with Errol on the cover.I am lucky enough to have found a few of these ones (it’s amazing that they are still around),but have a fair few more to get. :)

    • Inga

      August 24, 2013 at 5:54 pm

      Thanks, Lollie! And it’s also amazing that still you can discover some of whose existence you were not aware!

      • Lollie

        August 25, 2013 at 11:04 am

        Very true Inga,I guess you never know what’s out there. :)

  2. Tim

    August 24, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    Great covers, Inga! Thanks!!

    P.S. Do you know what the SAGA Magazine secret ‘M’ word referenced on the (fourth from last) cover with Sinatra?

    • Inga

      August 25, 2013 at 5:33 am

      No, Tim, unfortunately not. I think we discussed what the “secrets” were, but I can’t find the post right now so I’m not sure if we found a solution…

  3. Tina

    August 25, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    Those are all the four letter words starting with “M” so take your pick and use your imagination which one it could be? Which word could Errol and Frank be obsessed about? I would say, an obsession with a word must be one that the person uses extremely often?!? Or? On the other hand it could be their favorite cologne – MUSK?!?
    Take your pick and join the guessing game!

    maad, maat, mace, mach, mack, macs, made, mads, mage, magi, mags, maha, maia, maid, mail, maim, main, make, maki, mala, male, mali, mall, malm, malt, mama, mand, mane, mano, mans, manu, manx, many, maps, mara, marc, mare, mark, marl, mars, mart, marx, mary, mase, mash, mask, mass, mast, mate, math, mats, matt, maty, maud, maul, maut, mawk, maws, maxi, maya, mayo, mays, maze, mazy, mead, meak, meal, mean, mear, meas, meat, meaw, mech, mede, meed, meek, meer, meet, mega, mein, meld, mell, melt, memo, mend, mens, ment, menu, meow, merd, mere, merk, merl, mero, mesa, mesh, mess, mest, meta, mete, meth, meum, meve, mewl, mews, mias, mibs, mica, mice, mich, mick, mico, mida, midi, mids, mien, miff, migo, migs, mike, mild, mile, milk, mill, mils, milt, mime, mina, mind, mine, ming, mini, mink, mins, mint, minx, miny, mira, mire, mirk, mirv, miry, misc, mise, miso, miss, mist, misy, mite, mitt, mitu, mity, mixt, mktg, moan, moas, moat, mobs, mock, moco, mode, modi, modo, mods, mody, moff, moha, moho, mohr, moil, moke, moky, mola, mold, mole, moll, molt, moly, mome, moms, mona, mone, monk, mono, mons, mont, mony, mood, moon, moor, moos, moot, mope, mops, mopy, mora, more, morn, moro, mort, mosk, moss, most, mote, moth, moto, mots, moue, moun, move, mowe, mown, mows, moxa, moya, msec, muce, much, muck, muds, muff, mugs, mule, mull, mumm, mump, mums, mund, mung, muon, mure, murk, murr, musa, muse, mush, musk, muss, must, mute, mutt, muxy, myna, myth, myxa,

    • Tim

      August 25, 2013 at 10:14 pm

      What a great list, Tina! (Or should I say “Ma’am”). A lot of possibilities there!

      How about “Mojo”!?!

      Could also be a particular women’s name perhaps?

      Looks like Errol (Or is that Kevin?) and Frankie both got their mojo’s working in this great photo. (Anyone know the location?)


      • Tina

        August 28, 2013 at 3:09 am

        Or is it Kevin – hahaha!
        Very nice picture Tim and “Mojo” it could be indeed!
        Yes – where is it?

    • Lollie

      August 28, 2013 at 11:57 am

      Could the mystery M word be ‘Mula’ (aka money) ? :)

      • Tina

        September 12, 2013 at 7:35 pm

        Mula is a great guess! I wonder if anybody knows or has the original magazine to read the article.
        Yeah – fun and games!