This post intended to make for interesting reading alongside your copy of Flynn's My Wicked, Wicked Ways.
All clippings discovered through the National Library of Australia Trove archives. It's a free site and highly recommended. All collectible images from my own archives.
To continue reading about Errol Flynn's earliest Hollywood movie appearances, see my review of The Case of the Curious Bride (1933) at WarrenWilliam.com, and reviews of Don't Bet on Blondes (1935) and breakthrough hit Captain Blood (1936) right here at Immortal Ephemera.
Great fun, Cliff! These clippings also made a nice companion to Errol’s other nonfiction book BEAMS END.
Cliff Aliperti says
Glad you enjoyed it, Rick! I know of Beams End, but it always slips my mind because I don’t have a copy; haven’t read it. But absolutely!
Fantastic information for ERROL fans,especially the specific dates which piece together ERROL’s intriguing journey through life…– John Walter Skinner,Worthing,England