An Omelette at the Mocambo

29 Apr

Most people would end up with egg on their face after such a public rumpus. Not Our Man Flynn.…

— Tim


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  1. Tim

    April 30, 2014 at 6:38 am

    Here’s the story ………

  2. Lollie

    April 30, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Classic! :D

    Hey Tim,it must have looked something like this.


    • Tim

      April 30, 2014 at 4:56 pm

      Egg’strordinary, Lollie! And sunnyside-up, just like Errol himself.

      BTW, McEvoy was involved in the scramble, too:…

  3. Tim

    April 30, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    More from the Mocambo, Lollie. Evidently something in the food there got the girls feelin’ feisty – feisty enough to take on Errol Flynn! (please notice – not wanting to offend anyone — despite the many humorous possibilities – I deliberately did not use the word ‘fork’!)…

    Gotta love Lupe!…


    No More Fiddling with Fidler:…

    • Lollie

      May 1, 2014 at 11:02 am

      I love how Errol commented that she ‘used the wrong fork’. :D It is a wonder he kept going back there.Never a dull moment around the big boy.Terrific! Thanks for posting those Tim & yes that scene in a movie would be hilarious.Good ‘Ol Errol. :)

  4. Tim

    May 1, 2014 at 5:15 am

    Very poor etiquette, Mrs. Fidler.…

    And here’s Fillmore Wellington “Phil” Ohman & His Orchestra, who saved the day by ending the melee with the Star Spangled Banner:


    P.S. If anyone ever does a screenplay including this melee at the Mocambo, I recommend Phil Ohman’s rendition of the National Anthem be preceded by his perfectly suited & much more well known “Isn’t This a Lovely Day?” Wouldn’t this be a great soundtrack to the whole spectacular scene!?! … From Flynn strolling into the “star-studded club”, to his confrontation with and ultimate slapping of Jimmie Fidler, to Bobbi Fidler’s stabbing of Errol in the ear with a fork, to Lupe Velez cheering Gentleman Flynn on with “give it to him, big boy.” How great would all that be!?!…