A collection of early Errol Flynn newspaper clippings includes a 1909 birth announcement, adventures on the Sirocco, review of In the Wake of the Bounty (1933), and Flynn’s landing in Hollywood. Illustrated with early Errol Flynn movie collectibles.
News & Notes
Articles gathered under this heading include Cliff's monthly previews of Turner Classic Movies programming, reviews of movie books and interviews with film book authors, and site-related announcements including collectibles sales and book announcements.
Celebrating Warren William in Employees’ Entrance (1933) for the “My Favorite Classic Movie” blogathon on “National Classic Movie Day,” May 16, 2015.
Pointing to a new page on the site that collects all individual still photos, fan photos, and postcard images that have been mailing to Classic Movie Daily subscribers. Also lists some other features of the Daily with links to example posts.
Preview and recommendations for May 2015 on Turner Classic Movies. Pick of the Month: Sweepings (1933) on May 5. Star of the Month is Sterling Hayden. Friday Night Spotlight on Orson Welles. Plus Immortal Ephemera site news.
Preview and recommendations for April 2015 on Turner Classic Movies. Pick of the Month: NIGHT COURT (1932) on April 6. Star of the Month is Anthony Quinn. Post also includes a look at David Meuel’s new book and Immortal Ephemera site news.
A review of the 2015 BearManor Media release Nobody’s Stooge: Ted Healy by Bill Cassera. A biography of the creator of The Three Stooges, who met an untimely and controversial death in 1937.
Preview and recommendations for March 2015 on Turner Classic Movies. Pick of the Month: Big City Blues (1932) on March 6. TCM’s Star of the Month is Ann Sothern. Other marathons feature Guy Kibbee, Robert Donat, Katharine Hepburn, Joan Crawford, Granville Bates, and the Perry Mason movies.
Announcing Freddie Bartholomew: An Informal Biography for Amazon’s Kindle. This 99¢ eBook is the first biography of the child star in any book form since a 1935 Big Little Book.
Eleven questions for film historian Scott Allen Nollen about his latest book, Glenda Farrell: Hollywood’s Hardboiled Dame. Discover so much more to Glenda than Torchy Blane.
A look at two pre-Code courtroom melodramas, Unashamed and Two Against the World, compared to the sensational real-life society murder that inspired the movies. Unashamed stars Helen Twelvetrees, Robert Young, and Monroe Owsley, while Two Against the World stars Constance Bennett and Neil Hamilton.