Singing in the Wilderness with Errol, 1943

14 Jun…



— Tim


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  1. zacal

    June 14, 2015 at 2:56 pm

    Sounds like it would have been a very pretty looking picture (in Technicolor) but not too adventurous. I’m guessing they were influenced by Robin Hood and wanted another color film of Errol in the forest. (Whatever happened to “Sir Robin of Locksley”?) By the way, I’m struck by the resemblance of that drawing of John James Audubon to Kirk Douglas.

    • Gentleman Tim

      June 15, 2015 at 3:44 am

      Well, Kirk was always chasing birds, but, even so, I just can’t see him Singing in the Wilderness like Audubon, especially after hanging out with Mrs. Flynn and chopping down all those Big Trees:…

      Of course, he did reform himself and even once doubled for the meek and mild Dutch guy below: