Lock, stock & Errol tows in 200

19 Jun

Dear fellow Flynn fans,

I had the great pleasure of welcoming the 200th Flynnthusiast on my FB homagepage LOCK, STOCK & ERROL this week.

As promised here`s a rarity to celebrate that Errol Flynn will always be in and never out of time.

Witness the perennial Robin Hood high on horse and accompanied by his German shepard dog Coldnose in Courmayeur, Italy of 1953 scouting locations for his missing master shot movie about William Tell:


— shangheinz


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  1. shangheinz

    June 20, 2018 at 5:08 pm


    By the way, happy 109th Errol Day!

    • Karl

      June 21, 2018 at 3:45 pm

      First of all “Hagiography Heinz”… excellent choice for the Birthday photo!

      2nd, been meaning to say, YOU AS WELL, find the most UNIQUE stuff!

      I am continually amazed not so much what is out there, but that YOU (and GT) find it!

      I truly am in AWE of you both!

      BTW, another fellow “swashbuckler” recently passed, and he too shared the CORE philosophy of Flynn…

      He did not, though, communicate it in the form of a symbol exactly, but instead- a simple statement in words (in the form of a tatoo) capturing it’s VERY essence but with a twist: “I am certain of nothing.”… in ancient Greek:

      Εν οἶδα ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα

      Which only begs for a more “modern” idiom rejoinder…

      “It’s all Gr… ”


  2. Gentleman Tim

    June 21, 2018 at 2:17 am

    Happy Bicentennial, lockstockandcourmayeurheinz!!
    And thank you for that really rare and very cool video!×321.png…

    Here’s an alternative ending Errol could have considered. Instead of bringing in Howard Hill for the film’s climax, he could have brought in Jeanne Carmen.


  3. David DeWitt

    June 21, 2018 at 3:06 pm

    Heinz, where does this clip come from? Wow!

    • shangheinz

      June 25, 2018 at 4:20 pm

      David, the video clip is from a german educational platform explaining all things- including Flynn!- to everybody. Enjoy!

  4. twinarchers

    June 28, 2018 at 12:40 am

    You can really see he was as good with a horse and any and took to it with no effort at all. Thanks

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