We Welcome New Author May MacGregor to the EF Blog!

01 Jun

May, we look forward to your posts and comments.


— Inga


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  1. David DeWitt

    June 1, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    Welcome aboard! Glad to have you with us!

  2. errolsfan1130

    June 1, 2014 at 9:50 pm

    Thank you. I am glad to be here as one of Errol’s fans.

    I consider this is one of the most gorgeous Errol photos. It must be at his prime. His features were just perfect.* I am not surprised that women would be crazy for him. Who would not?

    *Perfect may be an overused word. Should we say exquisite, delicate, refined and ethereal? To me, all these descriptions can be applied to this breathtaking photo.


    • errolsfan1130

      June 1, 2014 at 9:58 pm

      Another my favorite.

      He was so cute and knowing. You can sense he was a precocious 4 years old. In MWWW, he said he was proud of his ability to observe since very little. This picture shows it–he had known quite a bit for a 4 years old.


      • errolsfan1130

        June 1, 2014 at 10:11 pm

        All the gifs in this link are nice too.…

        • Gentleman Tim

          June 1, 2014 at 10:37 pm

          Odd that you waited till June, May, but welcome aboard! May all your skies be blue ones.

          I see you didn’t delay in springing forth with some great photos & gifs!! Thanks.

          I’m not certain, but Errol may be talking to my grandfather’s cousin, Paul Kelly, in one or more of those gifs!

          • errolsfan1130

            June 4, 2014 at 7:37 pm

            Thank you Tim. I like when you said, “May all your skies be blue ones.”

            I remember it is Irish greeting.

        • errolsfan1130

          June 1, 2014 at 11:10 pm

          Can anyone tell me where I can watch Errol’s films on big screen in the US? Any place routinely shows his films? I want to watch his movies on big screen first before on TV screen.

          I am relatively a new fan. When I was a little girl, I must have seen a lot of his films. But I forgot Errol completely in addition to his name. In March, the news of Errol’s widow’s death triggered me to rediscover Errol. Since then I have embarked on my search on Errol and have bought several books about him. I saw his films when I was little but i don’t recall any of them.

          • Robert

            June 4, 2014 at 4:34 am

            In which area do you live, errolsfan? That would help to answer the question. Most large American metropolitan areas have at least one revival theater that shows classic films.

            • errolsfan1130

              June 4, 2014 at 7:37 pm


              • Robert

                June 4, 2014 at 8:08 pm

                As I recently posted for another blogger, the only theater left in New York that shows classic films is Film Forum:


                Gone are the NY days in the ’60s and ’70s when there were great revival theaters like The Regency on Broadway–now demolished but where Olivia de Havilland once attended a Flynn retrospective, and where, along with TLA in Philadelphia I cut my teeth on classic films on the big screen. Fortunately, Los Angeles, where I’ve lived for decades, still has several revival houses. You’ll just have to move here, errolsfan!

    • Tina

      June 4, 2014 at 5:35 am

      I think, the gorgeous picture above is from the time of his arrival in England when an agent told him to produce a brochure of his talents in order to find work in the theater.

  3. David DeWitt

    June 4, 2014 at 2:26 am

    Welcome aboard, May! You have a lot of wonderful reading and movie watching ahead of you. There are several aDVD collections, documentaries, and occasional big screen movie showings!

    • errolsfan1130

      June 4, 2014 at 2:59 am

      Within 3+ months–you be surprised–how much I have learned, read and discovered. In the Internet age, information flows much faster.

      I did vaguely remember I watched quite a lot of Errol’s films when I was little, even though I didn’t recall any of the scenes now. I believe that’s why I have such a passion for Errol because those early memories must be embedded in the deepest layers of a girl’s consciousness. Even though I was too little to verbalize it, those early exposures must have a much deeper impact on me than I was able to realize at the time. I must like Errol very much at the time. That’s the only way I can explain to myself why I have such a passion for Errol once I re-discovered him. It is almost like rekindling a relationship with a long lost close friend.

  4. Tina

    June 4, 2014 at 5:13 am

    Welcome May to this fabulous blog where Errol lives and where he still provides us with great times, discussing and researching him!
    I enjoy reading your posts!
    Take care!