Monthly Archives: September 2019

Cary In For Flynn

September 27, 1938 Evening Herald Express ERROL FLYNN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL IN SERIOUS ILLNESS Still seriously ill, Errol Flynn, motion picture actor,  rallied sufficiently today to permit his being transferred from his Beverly Hills home to the Good Samaritan Hospital. The change was made under the direction of his physician, Dr. T. M. Hearn. Dr. Hearn said the actor needed… (more…)

Cafe La Maze: Red Meat for Fans of the Golden Age

“Star stopover for Clark Gable, Marlene Dietrich, Errol Flynn” “You can’t help pick up on the glam when you’re sitting right where Marlene Dietrich, Errol Flynn, Clark Gable, all actually sat, when it was a way-station to the fun of Agua Caliente in TJ.” [To a diner fearing the spicy hot horseradish] Errol Flynn looks down, “Wimp!” he says.……… (more…)

Rudy Behlmer passed away at age 92…… Hi all Rudy co rote the book The films of Errol Flynn with Tony Thomas. A wonderful book for reference book and more when you want to look up films what year what kind etc. Regards Genene — tassie devil


September 27, 1938 Harrison Carroll Evening Herald Express It’s now wonder, doctors say, that Errol Flynn was knocked glst on his back by the flu. Though ill on his boat in Catalina, the star insisted on going fishing kn a dinghy with David Niven and Donald Crisp. Then, on top of this, he fell overboard.  Niven, trying to pull Flynn… (more…)

Robin de los Bosques

Errol Flynn in the Spanish Civil War < — Tim

Two Howard Hill Short Films featuring Errol Flynn’s Sirocco!

With Errol unaccredited: Check them out:…   — David DeWitt

A Curt Tease by Curtiz

Third Week of September, 1943 Sidney Skolsky Hollywood Citizen News Mike Curtiz was teasing Errol Flynn, and said: “I don’t need you, I’ll make a picture with Dennis Morgan – and I’ll make him a thousand times braver than you ever were.” — Tim

The Evolution/Errolution of Bucco Bruce

For Fans of Flynn and Football…… — Tim

Tiger Lil‘ and Cat Man

Dear fellow Flynn fans, of all the tin roofs in Beverly Hills, none was hotter than Tiger Lil`s… Cat Man went by many names- he was called by authorities “The Phantom of Bel Air”, “The Jersey Devil” and Willard Borton by birth certificate. Born and raised in Gloucester City, NJ, he adopted a what-you-see-is-what-you-get philosophy at an early age. TRUE… (more…)

Rajah Rides Again! — Doomed No More?

“An epic tale of Sir James Brooke, the British adventurer who became King of Sarawak in the 1840’s and embarked on a lifelong crusade to end piracy and head-hunting – only to face charges of murder and piracy himself.”…… Over the course of his life “The White Rajah” fought “pirates and the Sultan’s enemies to win a crown as… (more…)