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Errol John, Trinidadian actor and playwright., id:34924
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Errol Flynn was that guy — that one guy, we all know them — who was too handsome for his own good. He was a textbook womanizer, an astoundingly successful player — a lech, a cad, a rake, and any number of other British-sounding adjectives that describe the combination of sexual appetite and the charisma required to feed it. When I look at him,... rather, he spent his time jumping from mast to mast or engaged in elegant swordfighting. Flynn was the most refined sort of hero, with a litheness that could have been framed as feminine if it weren’t for his past in boxing, sailing, and all manner of sports. It was this combination of on- and off-screen image, of confident womanizer and selfless hero, that truly beguiled. He wasn’t bad the way Jimmy Cagney was bad or Bogart was bad. Until it wasn’t anymore, and Flynn was charged with two counts of statutory rape. After a long, highly publicized trial, he was acquitted, but the details remain murky, and Flynn spiraled into deep alcoholism and depression. Today the sordid details of his later life are elided in favor of his jubilant youth, when he was the man in tights of every woman’s dreams. Flynn’s parents were from Tasmania — that little island south of Australia — and both had long convict family histories, which was the case with many Tasmanians at the time. Yet he grew up relatively wealthy, as his father had made good and become a biology professor, and his mother came from a family of “seafarers,” which led to Flynn’s lifelong interest in boats, the sea, looking natty in white pants, etc. But he was a hell-raiser, expelled a billion times for all sorts of mischief, including purportedly sleeping with a laundress at one of his schools. At 20, he moved to New Guinea, just like a protagonist in a British colonial novel, where he tried to start a tobacco plantation, failed miserably, and failed yet again at a copper mining scheme. Poor little rich Flynn. Then he moved to England, found some rep work, and appeared in a British Warner Bros. production, which prompted the British production manager to write the best telegram to be written about anyone, ever:. HE TWENTY-FIVE IRISH LOOKS CROSS BETWEEN CHARLES FARRELL AND GEORGE BRENT SAME TYPE AND BUILD EXCELLENT ACTOR CHAMPION BOXER SWIMMER GUARANTEE HE REAL FIND”. Flynn moved to Hollywood, set up shop as. Source: The Hairpin
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Here goes: “There was this tight group of Irish American directors and actors who would hang out at Errol Flynn's house on Laurel Canyon. John Barrymore was one of them and when he died in 1942, Flynn told them, 'I can't believe we'll never again have
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Esther - if yer have yer head screw on right - No matter where yer go - One night - some time - Yer reach up - yer touch that moon. For the teeming populace of Old Mack's cacophonous yard in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, it's a cheek by jowl existence lived out on a sweltering public stage. Snatches of calypso compete with hymn tunes, drums and street cries as neighbours drink, brawl, pass judgment, make love, look out for each other and crave a better life. But Ephraim is no dreamer and nothing, not even the seductive Rosa, is going to stop him escaping his dead-end job for a fresh start in England. Set as returning troops from the Second World War fill the town with their raucous celebrations, Erroll John's Moon on a Rainbow Shawl depicts a vibrant, cosmopolitan world that is as harsh as it is filled with colour and warmth. 'A brawling, laughing, bitter sense of life courses through Moon on a Rainbow Shawl. Errol John fills the stage with people of flesh and blood; he communicates the harshness and tension in this steaming, crowded corner of Port-of-Spain. He writes with such warmth and understanding that the problems and characters of a mean backyard in Trinidad assume a validity for a multitude of teeming, troubled places on this planet.' New York Times
An even bigger deal is the fact that John Wayne is something much bigger than a movie star. He is an enduring America icon and institution. That’s why no one — not even legends such as Jimmy Stewart, Errol Flynn, Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin ...
Dr Azeez, who received his basic medical qualifications in Pakistan and has since fled the country, allegedly failed – along with consultant Dr Errol Cornish – to ensure ... cared for by Dr Azeez in March 2012. John Price, prosecuting, described ...
Another medic, Dr Errol Cornish, of Holmbury Park ... ward but he saw it as useful reflection and a good learning experience. When asked by prosecutor John Price QC if these were "straightforward and basic failings", she replied "yes".
Errol John; Born (1924-12-20) 20 December 1924 Port of Spain, Trinidad: Died: 10 July 1988 (1988-07-10) (aged 63) London, England, UK: Occupation: Actor Playwright
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Roger Ebert has said, "After twenty years of reviewing films, I haven't found another filmmaker who intrigues me more...Errol Morris is like a magician, and as great ...