Errol’s Girlfriend Releases New Exercise DVD!

18 Apr


Incredible! Errol was really something!! You’ve got to read this.

Good for Marianne … I mean Gillian!!!
(My Mom wants a copy! .. Maybe I’ll get it for Mother’s Day!)…


— Tim


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  1. Lollie

    April 18, 2014 at 11:05 am

    Thanks very much for posting that Tim! How wonderful is that! I really like how she describes Errol.That scene from Master Of Ballantrae where she dances for him is terrific.What a lovely article. :)


  2. David DeWitt

    April 18, 2014 at 2:40 pm

    I love this posting! I had no idea this actress/dancer was still alive much less so active and living life to the full. Wonderful! I appreciate the rare photos, too!

  3. Tim

    April 18, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    Eccezionale, Errol! Eccezionale!

    Flynn’s Inn in Sicily!


  4. timerider

    April 18, 2014 at 9:02 pm

    “Gilly” a very sexy and talented dancer! I liked her in her dark beautiful hair that blended into blond over the years.
    Western folk do not understand what they are missing. The Ballet is the celebration of the human form in dance! I don’t get the chance to go but I have some old VHS tapes and at one time I watched allot of PBS specials. Baryshnikov and his female partner are still my favorite and The Nutcracker is watched at least once a year. I also remember one titled Adam and Eve.
    A toast to her and her new endeavors!

    • Tim

      April 18, 2014 at 9:38 pm

      I once had a girlfriend from Chichester named Gill(ian), timerider. I met her in Korfu. Amazingly (to me), she looked much like this (real life) Gilllian, with a very similar personality. Only differences were she couldn’t dance like “Marianne” and she didn’t date Flynn!! : )

      In this article, Ms. Lynne credits Errol for teaching her how to act! How wonderful is that! It’s so nice to see her speak so very highly of Errol.

      By the way, I think I see some similarites. in the way she moved in The Master of Ballantrae and her great choreography in Cats!

      Dame Gillian Lynne: We danced as bombs fell…