• Errol Flynn

    Errol Flynn

    Errol Leslie Thomson Flynn (20 June 1909 – 14 October 1959) was an Australian-born American actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Considered the natural successor to Douglas Fairbanks, he achieved worldwide fame for his romantic swashbuckler roles in Hollywood films, as well as frequent partnerships with Olivia de Havilland. He was best known for his role as Robin Hood in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938); his portrayal of the character was named by the American Film Institute as the 18th-greatest hero in American film history. His other famous roles included the eponymous lead in Captain Blood (1935), Major Geoffrey Vickers in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936), as well as the heroes in a number of Westerns, such as Dodge City (1939), Santa Fe Trail (1940) and San Antonio (1945).

  • Errol Flynn (album)

    Errol Flynn (album)

    Errol Flynn (known in the United States as King of the Thieves) is rock band The Dogs D'Amour's fourth studio album, and the second they released in 1989. It entered the UK Albums Chart at #22.

  • Errol Flynn Filmhouse

    Errol Flynn Filmhouse

    Royal & Derngate is a theatre complex in the Cultural Quarter of Northampton, England, consisting of the Royal Theatre and the Derngate Theatre. The Royal Theatre, established as a producing house, has a capacity of 583 seats and since 1976 has been designated a Grade II listed building; the Derngate Theatre seats a maximum of 1,200 and is a multi-purpose space in which the auditorium can be configured for a variety of events including theatre, opera, live music, dance, fashion and sports. The Errol Flynn Filmhouse, an independent cinema built to the side of the complex, opened in 2013.

  • Errol Flynn filmography

    The film appearances of swashbuckling movie actor Errol Flynn (1909–1959) are listed here, including his short films and one unfinished feature.

  • The Errol Flynn Theatre

    The Errol Flynn Theatre is an anthology series presented by Errol Flynn, who would also play the lead in every fourth show. His then-wife Patrice Wymore and son Sean also made appearances.

  • My Days with Errol Flynn

    My Days With Errol Flynn is an autobiography of Vernon “Buster” Wiles that focuses predominantly on the times he spent with actor Errol Flynn in Hollywood during the late 1930s and 1940s. The book, which was first published in 1988, was co-written by Wiles and professional writer William Donati. Both men were lifelong advocates of Flynn and his legacy, taking time to denounce the actor’s critics in person and in print. Wiles and Donati were especially critical of the controversial author and “celebrity biographer” Charles Higham, and My Days With Errol Flynn contains a section devoted to destroying Higham’s allegations against Flynn.

  • Errol Flynn (disambiguation)

    Errol Flynn was a leading film actor.

  • Errol Flynns

    The Errol Flynns were a criminal organization, or street gang, founded on the lower east side of Detroit, Michigan, United States during the 1970s. Reportedly, the gang appropriated their name from the Hollywood film star Errol Flynn because they fashioned themselves as flamboyant gangsters in dress. Also, they used ‘gangsta jits’, or hand signs to identify themselves publicly.

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