16 Jun

Harrison Carroll – Los Angeles Evening Herald Express – June 16, 1938

Errol Flynn’s dog, Arno, is barred off The Sisters set. Flynn has been training him as a protector and, when Bette Davis had to make a pass at Errol in a scene, the dog lunged at her, bit her leg and chased her up on a chair.…

— Tim


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  1. Tony

    June 16, 2017 at 12:43 am

    I’ve never had the least desire to bite Bette Davis. That dog has guts!

  2. Gentleman Tim

    June 16, 2017 at 2:48 am

    Tony! Tony! Tony! That’s Queen Bette of Hollywood you’re speaking of! Hush, Hush.

    Arno must have blown the dog whistle on her, ’cause not long after this Flynncident on the set of Sisters, one of his canine cousins bit Bette right between her big Bette Davis Eyes O!O


    • Tony

      June 16, 2017 at 3:12 am

      I would generally not have made such a bad joke, but when I was a kid I was traumatized by the movie What Ever Happened To Baby Jane.

      Sorry the woman got bit on the nose though, really. Not funny at all.