Errol & Livvie at the Library

25 Feb

“One Eyed Willie’s ship, The Inferno, was 105 feet long and took 2-1/2 months to construct. It was modeled after Errol Flynn’s ship in The Sea Hawk (1940).”…

— Gentleman Tim


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  1. Jack Marino

    February 26, 2019 at 12:05 am

    Hi Tim, This post you made was this a film that Flynn was going to make or a book that is coming out? The art work looks great but I’m courious what exactly this is all about. I’d like to post this on a few Flynn sites on Facebook but I need to explain exactly what this is or they will hit me with a 1000 questions.

    Thanks Jack

    • Gentleman Tim

      February 26, 2019 at 12:29 am

      Hello Jack!

      There’s a very talented illustrator/graphic designer with the handle of “OldRedJalopy” who very creatively “reimagines” movie (and pseudo-boxing) posters. This one is different from others I’ve seen of his in that Errolivia were not actually in the film being reimagined (The Goonies”), of course. Other parody-type posters I’ve seen by OldRedJalopy seem to stick to a film’s original stars. Errol’s an exception, I believe.

      Here’s some other examples of his work:

      Oscar Nominees Playfully Recreated as LEGO Movie Posters…

  2. Jack Marino

    February 26, 2019 at 4:42 am

    Tim, thanks for the info!!

  3. timerider

    March 7, 2019 at 3:14 am

    “One eyed Willy” OH boy…HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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