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Archive for September, 2018

Assassination She Wrote

12 Sep

A Candidate for Most Subtle In Like Flynn Reference Ever?

JAMES GREGORY AS VICE-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE JOHNNY ISSELIN AND ANGELA LANSBURY AS HIS COMMUNIST AGENT “QUEEN OF DIAMONDS” WIFE AWAIT FOR THEIR SON (LAURENCE HARVEY) TO SHOOT THEIR PARTY’S PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE. SINATRA DID IT HIS WAY AND SAVES THE DAY, MAKING AMERICA IN LIKE FLYNN AGAIN.

— Gentleman Tim

 

Hurricane Errol (1991) + Cyclone Errol (2011)

12 Sep

HURRICANE ERROL

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CYCLONE ERROL

According to NASA:

“Errol Flynn was an actor in the 1930s and 40s known for his swashbuckling film roles in movies like Captain Blood and Robin Hood. Cyclone Errol was known for its rains and wind in northern Western Australia and then in Indonesia’s West Timor.”

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— Gentleman Tim

 

Win In Like Flynn Tickets

11 Sep

In Western Australia

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— Gentleman Tim

 

“Elegant Goatee and All”?

09 Sep

“The Tour of Britain start on the outskirts of Nottingham was a sea of feathered Robin Hood hats …”

“Julian Alaphilippe channelled Errol Flynn – elegant goatee and all”

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— Gentleman Tim

 

The passing of an icon himself…

06 Sep

and a MOST generous contributor to the memory of Flynn in his “witnessing” in the Adventures of Errol Flynn Documentary (2005); RIP Burt:

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— Karl

 
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Neil Young: Hollywood Reporter Review of new film In Like Flynn!

03 Sep

Neil Young sends us to his Review of In Like Flynn, the new film based loosely on Errol’s book Beam Ends, produced by Luke Flynn.  Thanks, Neil!

 

“Thomas Cocquerel takes the title role in cult Australian director Russell Mulcahy’s early-years biopic of famed swashbuckler Errol Flynn.

Reveling in the exploits of a legendary Lothario who is a most unlikely subject for a celebratory biopic during the current #MeToo era, comeback-kid Russell Mulcahy’s In Like Flynn triumphs as a disgracefully entertaining romp that packs an unexpected emotional wallop.

Chronicling the adventurous late youth of golden-age Hollywood swashbuckler Errol Flynn, the handsomely mounted production is inevitably brimming with boozing, brawling and bedding. But while rising Aussie star Thomas Cocquerel is suitably dashing as his notorious countryman — whose name, 59 years after his premature demise, remains a byword for bawdy offscreen excess — the real breakout here is British actor Clive Standen, comprehensively stealing the show in a flashy supporting role.”

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— David DeWitt

 

Mystery Sisters

02 Sep

A Mystery Sister Quiz.

Who are these two lovely young ladies, and how are they indirectly in with Flynn??

— Gentleman Tim

 

How to Add an Image to a Comment!

01 Sep

Please download this PDF:

How to Add an Image to a Comment

— David DeWitt

 
 
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