17 Burst results for "Errol Flynn"
"errol flynn" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Share that story you came into possession of that yeah cool story my good friend Errol Flynn who's drag racer back in the day really good one he you know he's when he got injured he had this rabbit basically that's how the story goes he had a lucky rabbit's foot he got game anyone on this hot run he went on a street you want a couple big races and then they were going to England do the exhibition race and he forgot the rabbits and that's when he got her get injured in that rabbit's foot is been had been an extra days from that day or you know from that time that he put it in there for that before he got injured never raced again until he brought it to homestead forms of mental opted to me that you know the it was that important and in our friendships that special that he was giving me something that meant that much to for that time for that championship race and pretty cool story and it definitely worked yeah I brought you some good fortune are you going to have another one next weekend probably yeah I mean a funny story at last year I mean it didn't work but last year actually I forgot about it and I couldn't find it I thought I thought was in my backpack in a small special pocket and I get to homestead I'm looking for like us not in here I where is this thing the only other place it could be as in my car C. from last year my fire suit from the year before was hanging in the NASCAR hall of fame the rabbits but was in the pocket fires you for a whole year so they had to get somebody go there take it out fed ex it to home said for the race and we ran around with in my pocket again last year we got second was pretty good but yet still pretty cool story that's our deal and Welsh with Martin Truex junior still to come on NASCAR live we'll hear from the championship for contenders in the NASCAR Gander outdoor structure east and the NASCAR Xfinity series plus later.
"errol flynn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Errol Flynn let us not that wasn't a car that was a whole bowl of would dan yeah it was a block of wood let us not stop let us let us not scoff at Hollywood Florida's Hollywood ladies and gentlemen that has preserved the spirit of the old West in western pictures we are proud to present his our guest this evening one of Hollywood's Great Western movie stars that in writing roping them shooting here on the Plains Newton Text Field Ladies and gentlemen Mr Feather field thank you misty barrel thank you for giving me this golden opportunity thank my many fans who have written me heart warming letter filling me with defendant from all over the United States parts of Canada Mr Feather field excuse me miss your mind if I sit down I'm pooped you're you're tyrod I walked all the way from my hotel that's just only a block from here Yeah I know but the wind was against up until the last few yard that was nip and Tuck Isaiah missed field every American's boy ambitious to Western become a cowboy tell us how did you get your start I ran away from home I see how old were you forty two I see you wanted to get away from it all I wanted to get away from my wife and then with plenty of it again away from you you have a wide Grille amendment your wife is with you text in Hollywood a hole was she usually out of town professional woman you know professional professional football you'll be minster barrel my wife is the only football player in the country who can go into a huddle singlehandedly him more about techs I was crazy about your last picture guns along the Ghana's the way the way you sign those western songs that wasn't my it wasn't that with my devil all well I hear enjoyed your breathtaking leaps over those clips that with my double but that chase you shooting from under the Horse Emma g you must put in a strenuous day just sitting around watching your double oh it's fatiguing methods early I get home at night and there's my wife waiting to me with a big hug and kiss that's an I o that double when I really need thank you very much thank you text by the field and give my regards to get be Hayes and remember me to his wife Helen I'm is to Gallup I guess every young American dreamed of going out West in search of adventure and Romance Way Out West when writing slowly into the sunset with at one and only girl if aside he could sing ahead round Lie Fallow aw own west Golden Memories of Cynthia Cynthia in the Old West Cynthia I knew at a glance that you were from the West you have a map of Texas on your face your nose was a panhandle simply a girl of the Golden West nobody understood you Cynthia thanks to think of you as a cowgirl not me I always thought it was a girl how Wonderful Cynthia how proud when you came to New York with the Rodeo Rodeo Radii when you came the Rodeo when you wrote in and how those people in Madison Square Garden stood and cheered they all remembered you from the last time you thought Rocky Graziano the Canyon and that rattlesnake Mitchell how horrible it was watching that snake slowly curl up and die living's I remember about tinkling last time I missed the CAP and branded you instead gleam that would come into your eye whenever there was a full moon and then you'd go out they added remember your favorite trick with horses idea I remember that favorite trick stealing them yes cynthia I'd always trust that lasts beautiful picture you writing off into the sunset with a posse behind you uh-huh so until you get out.
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And I definitely think Dune fits into that category and I think Varda's fits into that category vs master and I would rather watch all of those movies than any of the Star Star Wars movies and I know I'm in minority here. Maybe not in this episode but like in the world but there's something so fascinating about the fact that they tried to do something different. I got into the eighties wave of fantasy movies the came after star wars before I got into Star Wars. I was born nineteen eighty two so like by the time I was a kid. The initial wave of Star Wars had already passed so like my star with the very first star wars phones I saw that you ox movies that might be the same with me so I was born in eighty three but my dad was really young when I was born and I have a lot of like uncles in the picture who were also like in their early twenties when I was a kid so they would make me watch stuff that I probably wouldn't have found out about as early so but my clearest memory of star wars as as a child learn that the e walks for sure the star wars movie said always been around. I had a bunch of the Hamdan action figures. They played on T._v.. A lot but I don't think I ever sat down to watch them until they did. It was before the special editions but they did those T._H._x.. remastered releases in relic ninety four ninety five yet. That's what I have. I think that was the first time I actually sat down in watch them all from tobacco and by then I had already seen crawl had seen willow legend Labyrinth Star Crystal Dragon slayer. I grew up with those who's before I grew up a star wars. There's a weird mix in this movie as far as being this kind of medieval world but then that they're sci-fi at an on top of it and it's a very uneasy mix like talking about Star Wars obviously longtime ago galaxy far far away so we are in another world and we are playing out those hero tropes throughout that and we understand their lasers and all these things when it comes to this one we've got the swords and we've got Corwin who is basically channeling <hes> Douglas Fairbanks Junior Errol Flynn and the Ohio have at the these kinds of things and then we've got the slayers who have laser beams and it's like okay. This is kind of interesting staying so it tries to have a lot of different elements all at the same time and I have to say like there are things that work in there are things that don't necessarily work when you sit there and you go okay. I understand like he's wearing leather jerk in and all these kind of things he looks like he's right out of the game but then the guards at the palace have like these plastic masks and I'm just like well. That's Kinda weird that they have plastic but he is all in more medieval guard if feels like maybe they should've kept all of the sci-fi elements to just the slayers in the bad guys and had the medieval stuff just for the good guys in actual natives of crawl but yet there are. There's a little bit of bleed over that I don't think necessarily should be there her. There's this kind of just slightly odd quality to a light light even just like the design of the weapons you know like they have these odd curves and spikes and blades to them that that make them seem weird in different than alien and I kinda get it <unk>. I kinda like the idea of we're just gonNA take fairy tales told on another world but yeah it's it's odd it's interesting just kind of reading into the development about of this film of how it started as pure medieval and then they kinda gradually increase the Sifi elements over introduction to the point where like the lasers were all added in post production. You know the the shots of the Flying Fortress in the opening were was added very late in the game to the point where you can seem at work that they never got to finish and that is one of the things that I find the most fascinating is the way that they just sort of decided throughout the course of production to make it completely different. I can't imagine how stressful that would be to thank like okay..
"errol flynn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Yesterday. Joining us is Michael J. And E L L Y. He's the author of max chambers PI and the case of the Nazi ghost. That's compelling enough to draw anybody's attention. I think the book is published by X, and you can go to thanks libra starring combines an oval dot com. Amazon dot com. Michael welcome to the show. It's great to have you on board. Good morning. Good morning. Tell us about the book, and what kind of resulted in the theme of the book. I mean, the titles like a sort of detective. Call tonight, Harare. But I'm kind of mixture of everything in the area of drama. What's it about? Why did you write it? It's about. The next servicemen who was involved in the liberation of the Nazi death camp Buchenwald and four years later. He's not not not very successful private eye. Who still suffering from post traumatic stress from the camp. He's approached by an inmate from the camp to find this escaped Nazi who's in and around New York and new Rochelle. Now when I wrote the book. Like almost as as. Like, the film films movies so comfy Bogart? And and that's who the hero is he's he's like a mixture of Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn. And then there's a little comedy because he's Italian. And a lot of that comes from me. The bumbling lose your temper. And everything just happens right in front of you. Because you're you're you're losing your temper. So that's basically the story. How is this your first published book? Yes. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. I was kicking around the story for years. Because I'm a film buff and me, and my daughter would sit around watching these movies, and I post them and go into forty minute dissertation on on the film and everything. And then what I would do if I was a director. And and I realized that there was never. Any type of movie or book really dealing with the soldiers that were involved in the liberation of these camps, Auschwitz and Buchenwald? I mean, these were truly horrific things. You didn't see things like you never even heard of stuff like that. And and that's what I wanted to do. To tell the story about the the guys that had to see that stuff. And if still bothering them. And what did you find out? What can I find out? I found out that. the way. All right. The book Nazi's is published were by the way by Fulton pretty box. disgusting. Excuses I'm sorry. for people. Well, I'm working on I. right now. It's probably all right. All You right. know, everything this But is this current fiction. book is It's published historical by Fulton fiction. books. But any Excuse me. time I was Full writing box for the is Nazi? the is the publisher. But let's let's move on. With I the came interview up with such I evil have a feeling stuff. and you're not a younger gentleman. Boy, this really What nasty am I stuff going and to be writing turns an out additional so true book? So along stuff. the way. That's even worse than what I wrote. And. I'd sit there shaking. My head Doc, bothered me a little bit. October the Because first. you're you're really you're Over creating the first these nineteen people twenty in your eight ears that speaking makes me for ninety them. years old my neck. How much research did you combined with this Congratulations. actually And not obviously much this is not the best very medicine little research? for I just you. had to look up. And I wanna I I'm wanna a take this time to thank big you. history buff So too. much for So. for coming Came on. off the top And of my head. we look forward to having you want for your next book. Okay. Have you? Okay. I'll be glad Have you that had the it anybody by. read You this you book make it easy. would descended Well, it's really one very way nice. from another for the from those who participated H foster in the World War Two. castle. And if so what did S they tell you? A P The closest story of a I man who was Cain. lost at all. A widow Was in a ranch in need one of of my restoration. uncles who he was a Human bully interest during World stories War Two. nothing But touches he knew you about like human interest what had story. happened. So The again, thing about congratulations. the book is Aaron the we max have to move chambers. along. His Here. partner It's been is great having a guy named you. Gino. And we've got He's a couple based of more on my guests father coming up during because my the father course was of this in hours. World War I said, Two. He was it's a very in the Pacific. very busy hour He was part of and. Merrill's marauders for a while. Joy L last You saw to some guess truly as well. Arbel stuff. And So and a lot of I what just wanted to quickly what touch I upon. know about what happened during the war A little came bit of from the moves. my father. We don't have much Unfortunately, much time. he passed We're not away doing a few news. years ago. We're not doing I would've loved to while get it his takes today. reaction So to the book. let me just say that. What what do you The do battle next? goes Is there on a follow up based Kudlow. upon the success Larry of this? cudlow What is now are you made coming? the statement that the United Should be States in a is couple now the of months. world's fastest growing economy It went through and a lot of different Trump different heading up. dumb. The A battles different versions. again. I wanted to Dinner pick up at immediately the White House. where the first book left off. To And then I wanted face to go tough ahead tariff a couple crowd. of years, and then I was thinking about And. doing pre cloud. Go back to the war Seven. and. And then Conference. I was thinking about doing science fiction So there's lots going and on each one and. of these took a few months If you've ever off heard the book anything of about what I James, was planning call to me do. and. So then I finally decided let me Mullahs. let me go with what I The originally stories are envisioned packed with and. new information. And will be along. Same lines of what we saw here. We're going to be going overseas. We're going to be going to be dealing with the Russians a little bit during the nineteen forty nine nineteen fifty the Russians were were were showing how how wrong to side with them. And you concluding remarks would like to make we have less than a minute. Well. I'd like to thank everybody for for older readers. And all the nice reviews I've gotten. I'm going to be going to a convention in New York City in August. Dealing with some some literary agents in Zimbabwe houses and. And also I'd like I'd like to thank my daughter for giving me that Bush saying dad, get off your and right to store just to shut me up or to get a good book of me. I don't know. I'll take the good book. Love the advice. Michael J Sonali. Max changes.
"errol flynn" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"But I think there's nobody gets he sees something of him. Yeah. I mean, look there is a version of this work because John said these magic words the way in I think drills talking about a to the way in is really important with comedy. If you have a camera who's quite competent, quite good. But he's been screwed over by something that's realistic, and we can identify with it like the company folded, and you don't get paid and his Visa's running out and he needs a job. And then lo and behold is looking through the, you know, this is all page one stuff looking through the ads, and there's a cameraman job that pays four times as much as any other one he's ever seen who's like all go there. But there's going to be like twenty people and he gets there, and there's no one it's just him. And then this great, you know, I view then you get the note. I didn't say that interview. Maybe you'll get the job right point being nobody wants to work for this guy because people die. That's interesting. And you are that's where desperation meets need and situation. Now, he can't leave it right because but you definitely want the last cameraman to be dead. Like behind Waller is a thing of in memory loving memory. Right. Guy with a camera like. That's what you want. I mean, basically the joke that I miss read you need to change it to what I thought it was going to. Way better. Right. Like your last cameraman seemed to have died. He goes, none of the last cameraman was terribly maimed. He's. Before the last game. This one died. There's a million ways, but you get the way in so that we also we want to know who someone is before the in comedy. I believe we wanna know who somebody is before the meteors smashes into their life. We need a little bit of brief sense of who I am a normal person. And then madness. So like, for instance, wonderful movie that you mentioned my favorite year. It's great movie to watch. If you haven't seen it. And and it's about a guy who works on a television show and the golden age of television. He's he's like very junior comedy writer and his hero, whose basically Errol Flynn. Play by Peter O'Toole comes to be a guest on the show, and he our our hero. Our little guy is put in charge of him in the problem is this man is a terrible terrible drunk and disaster human being in probably won't show up. And it will mean his job and everything. And of course relationship is formed. We must know what it's like for this writer and this. Girl that he is in love with. But doesn't seem to quite know how to eat a can't really get and the situation bees of him in these older men, we need to see it. I just to know. And then incomes wrecking ball that will smash life apart, and then somehow put it back together better. That's this kind of movie, I think so definitely watch that kind of movie bringer chaos movie as a surprise of the bringer of chaos movies cable guy. And all these various things is that you start thinking God, if only that character go away, and by the time, it's over the person who's had to change is the sweet what about Bob to realize or trained planes trains. There's another welcome into your house when it'd be it's like how fast can I get away? Verse Christ stories, basically like what if what if Jesus were really freaking annoying. Also been sent to save you. That is what about Bob is. Yeah. That's what that movie is definitely spot on. Yeah. Yeah. Or like, and then you can see Rainman and midnight run..
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"It's raining. It's chicken little. The sky's falling in an American people are getting tired of Republicans. Politicizing presidents never Trumpers, and you know what we love when Trump is Trump because it exposes them and we, we love that we love seeing it. We can focus on what Trump says in a press conference where we can focus on what he actually does, and he's put people back to work record, low unemployment for Hispanics, African Americans, record high employment for the whole country. Look at what he does it. It's really it's. It speaks to middle America in the swamp may not like it, but and that's why they're screaming pretty. I have not. I have not said the Trump was right. I think that Trump Trump not only is wrong in what he did in Helsinki what he said and Helsinki. He's wrong in his attitude to Putin. There's no deal to be made with a gangster who wants to wipe you off the face of the earth. You can make a deal with a gangster who wants something from you who's like Leach, who's wants to suck blood out of you because the Leech doesn't wanna kill the host. But if the gangster just wants the white you out, which is what Putin wants. He wants to be czar of Russia, and he wants Russia to crush the competition, which is us. I don't think there's a deal to be made there, and I think Trump is wrong. I think he is in the wrong in his approach in his approach to Putin. He's not wrong in his approach to Russia. He's been very tough on Russian terms of his deeds, but he's wrong approach to Putin. But how can we even discuss how can we even begin to discuss the right and wrong of what Trump is doing in a calm, rational manner? If the opposition party is the party of socialism, the party of abortion, the party of madness screaming and everything. He says. You know, the thing is I did like the part in that where they said we like Donald Trump being Donald Trump. I'm reminded always of a wonderful old Errol Flynn movie called the adventures of Don Juan. And you remember obvious because the great lover and at the end of the movie in one of those great moments in the forties fifties, movies, where the guy steps essentially out of the screen Errol Flynn turns to Alan HALE believe it is. And he says there's a little bit of Don Juan in every man. And since I am Don Juan, there must be more of it in me, and that's what I think about Donald Trump. When I see him, you know, there's a little bit of Donald Trump in every man, and since he is Donald Trump, there's going to be more of him for good and ill. But all I'm saying is it the Democrats serve Putin's purposes more by keeping this hysteria going over Russian collusion, which I do not believe existed, and just keeping the hysteria level and the anti-trump level at such a high pitch that is what Putin wants Putin doesn't care whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is president. He doesn't give a rat's, which one of them is president as long as he. Can create the kind of chaos that the Democrats more than Trump are helping him create. All right. We've got this wonderful interview with not gays, and we will stay on, but that is a good reason for you to feel incredibly guilty and go over the daily wire dot.
"errol flynn" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And carola as we came to the end of that last segment you were talking about the spirit of of the young men and how this country is blessed and i wanted to give you a chance to finish that thought well we were just us of course i was just referring to the fact that all ten of these young men coming from such different backgrounds and different family situations different religions even came together in such an incredible spirit of patriotism and commitment to the country and just laid aside everything else in order to to join up and they did whatever they could i mentioned that george hitchhiked all the way toward orlando just to take his test and and and and try to get into the army air it was called the army air corps that time but so it was an amazing thing and particularly when you consider you know how young they were i was taken while reading this early on in the war ronald reagan was at warner brothers with people like errol flynn another folks and they made a war movie where reagan and flynn were flying for the british it was called perilous journey and some movie fans may remember this thing but i was taken by the similarities they are shot down in germany and it's it's a story and there's some there are some lighthearted moments in it they they escape but it's across germany and holland and france and i was drawn to this and i want to the we don't want to give away too much of the book here you know but it is a remarkable story of survival well it well it is and it's so funny we so many people that have read the book have have commented or said gosh this would make a great movie so we'll we'll see what happens along those lines but what happened was when the when the plane was shot down when the b seventeen was shot down they were in northern france they had almost made it into germany where their target was actually located but they were shot down over northern france and because the plane you know is still continuing to look forward then as they parachute out obviously they are spread out over our large swath of french countryside and almost immediately two of them were captured by the sean dorm and then turned into some german soldiers to other later were captured so four we're taking his pow's four out of the ten to then we're able to kind of connect up together after a few days and wound up hooking up with the french underground and they eventually were able after some very very tight harrowing experiences to walk out through the pyrenees and into spain three of the ball so we're able to hook out and they hook up together and they were able to walk out an excellent george was the one that was alone he was the pilot he was the last man to parachute out and he his story is really remarkable he broke his foot hairline fracture in his foot when he landed he landed so hard and had shrapnel from the the shooting when the plane was shot at treadmill in his sti and he's still with the help of.
"errol flynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Harm and markey said she lost out on the lead rolling cleopatra because she wouldn't sleep with the studio head and that went elizabeth taylor when to elizabeth taylor and louis be mayor and a course marilyn monroe she was very al judy garland as sexually harassed as well as being any but he was a child actress getting here's speed okay you're going to puberty we want to slow this down we want a inherently by here's your america hails here's this we're gonna do then going back to fatty are birckel he was acquitted hit now one not too with three trials i remember this yes yeah um errol flynn hall he had a two year affairs thirty with this young actress when she was fifteen at the time of the affair errol flynn had already been accused him found not guilty of the statutory rape of two underage girls in nineteen forty two and beverley uh adlon road in is she did an interview years later with people may zine about aero funds she said he was just too strong for me i cried at one point he tore my dress any carried meter another room i was still carrying on what was going through my head rues what am i going to tell my mother and then he basically dr into that there's nothing wrong with what's going on here this is just the way we do it yeah and going back to arm cleopatra look up and see the studio had was uh if it's zan is that correct darrow zanik yes she tested for clear patrick twice and she was the front front runner and he said you really want this part and she said yes i really do and he said well then all you have to do is be nice to me which was the euphemism joan collins said in the '60s for you know what and she said i burst into tears and rushed out of the office oh um and surely temple by the way never signed a contract with mgm and i don't know she.
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"We found out here are totally errol died owing millions including one point four million to the irs his alimony painted payments finally stopped i don't know if they had to though with the deal with willie was that they would only stop if he died or she got married immediately after he di yearly married her longtime partner alan looming as an eskimo pies manufacturers sheep fucking one on so many levels rich eskimo pies wow yeah that's a guy like no i do not want to get married dill he's dead this is a got the asked about pie money but more monies more let's take more of the ask him up high you know what i'm saying i like to think that the eskimo pie business was actually never profitable and it was only surviving on errol flames l abidi paiva hits you was propping out the business they just disappeared where do they go errol flynn died now and actually bosnia's osgood so when lilley died and 1994 she left in a state of ten point three million arab basically turned jamaica into a tourist destination on his own today many brochures and jamaica include references to errol flynn as a hero because before he went to jamaica one was going there and it because he was a star it became a thing the brochures don't discuss all the other eight sexy had with local girls while he was there.
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Els a good guys far yeah for the assault he was given the option of thirty pounds find or two weeks in prison okay what are you time i he took prison yeah wow but that's because whites weren't allowed to serve in the same prison his locals so he got house arrest instead how do you monitor house arrest back then i don't leave see you later we didn't he just got drunk and then wound come over and he fuck i'm like that was his house arrests house arrest for him is like saturday night every every night saturday night and then he got gonorrhoea while he was on house arrest jesus christ's errol flynn was today quoted in house arrest this saying winning my life is winning is the leading the more twitter keep saying hashtag it's going to get dark one day a member of nearby tribe ran into a plantation saying another tribe it just massacred his people this happens this happens when i work all the time bureau went to the site and found a terrified young girl in nothing but a grass kurt hiding in trembling here is the description of finding a girl admits the slaughter of human beings quote she was absolutely exhausted petrified she looked up at me this year and tissa paid a death she was little and probably young but they had no conception of age there we managed to convey to her that there was nothing to be afraid of and her face lit up and i realized i was staring at a honey color girl of acceding femininity oh my gun on in love with someone in the mirror massacre how're you in that mode have you heard of a sociopath yes.
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"E t was a big movie for me as a kid the first rot the robin hood the errol flynn robin hood uh was a movie that really meant a lot to me as a kid the wizard of oz also um i think wanting to this sort of what you i think what you the vertigo moment may be for me was more in college was jewels and gm right yeah was the seeing something that had not may be that if a that i knew that if i'd seen it even a year earlier i would not have had the same reaction it was like the right time to be seen that movie i was ready for it and good fellas was in theaters at the same time and i'd seen that and loved it and i saw when i saw drills gemma's like this is he's doing aversion dumming the lot of good fellas felt like that movie i later read an interview with him where he talked about that but i felt like i saw it and i felt like i thought like there's so much about movies that in this movie that i wanna do you know that made me want to go make them now did you do did you make sure it's when neuner teens i made stuff on you know god i was sort of a teenager win like vhs came into to the world and these sort of like high eight videos and so i got at one of those cameras and i would make movies in the summers with my friends and i would edit them on to vcrs with the rainbow between cuts you know because i actually destroyed aviss at one of the vcrs burnt doubt i cousin in the in the.
"errol flynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"People at home on how best behaved during wartime outta be a good american and then i've got a chapter on the more capers adventure films of world war two which were oddly escape if you would think you know her escape is fair would be you know musicals and things that will take your mind off the war but sometimes they were the sort of almost comic book movies like uh guest desperate journey with errol flynn yes yet but then beyond that as i was continuing through the decade to get up to nineteen seventy how war were to coming back and fill out an additional chapter which is predominantly about movie of the 50s which is one of the war was over long enough that you could look back on it and treat it with a little more a reality a little more perspective and try to delve into uh some of the issues that will going on in terms of you know how to how to be a leader something like at twelve o'clock high with gregory pack will yes the toll of command the emotional toll and so they could delve into it without that uh wondering how it was all going to hand we knew how it was going to end um and so that war has always been in a source uh in terms of hollywood not drifted entertainment of course but as you know real grandma and of course history but we like you say we knew how it was going to hin end yeah yet and still they made titanic driven we need if we knew how that ended back bate the public eight went in slots to go see that tell you what were minute let me take a break and when we come back a little went up the phone lines maybe we can draw some phone calls all of our audience we hit there'd be eight states and parts of canada so i'll give the phone number numbers six one seven two five four 1030 were eight eight eight wbz can thirty use those numbers as you feel you should and callin john delay o answered the book called ten movies at the time and clinton the number of books correct yeah number six and they've all been about go classic movie era um you know.
"errol flynn" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"Let's get back to aggie underwood for a moment you have this great story about her in the aero flynn trial tell us about that law aggie underwood covered the statutory rape trial that errol flynn was involved in with the two young young women and uh she covered the trial she was there in a courtroom every day and she was i think like as a reporter she was keeping her focus as a woman i think she was rooting for flynn to get out of it he was pretty charming man and certainly a handsome man so at the end of the trial when he was acquitted aggie as she'd often done because what aggie set let me just put this in context what when aggie covered a trial she was all in and so we're many of the reporters who covered a trial and aggie said they got to feel like family is sometimes the trial would go on for a few weeks or whatever and they started to feel like family in the same way that may be actors on a movie set do or something it's it's a it's a confined environment you're in your own little world and the world of the flint trial when it was over and he was acquitted and heath he thanked in his wonderful gentlemanly way the jury for quitting him aggie said a making spaghetti at my house because she did that often all what after the end of a trial because like she said they felt so close and they feel they felt like they needed something to sort of rap the thing up to give it a more natural closure than just saying goodbye at the courthouse steps and walk and way.
"errol flynn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"And all that and i and i love the fact that he's obviously a conservative one of things i liked about dunkirk is that it is an openly patriotic film although they never mention it starts out with a things as the enemy has pushed the troops to the scene you think the enemy on would be the germans will be there with religion enemy at a name but he doesn't do any of that but it is an openly patriotic and openly prowestern fell minutes at that i like that was a good movie it's a good movie but it is kept from being a great movie by a problem no one has with his sterile approach to humanity and he does not he has not yet learned to tell the story about the way people feel about each other and that's what stories or about me stories are not just about this guy did the with you know what this was was like dramatize documentary the dramatize documentary so dramatize so anyway if if you wanna see a while since we're talking about stuff i like i think of recommended this once before but it's were saying to get you wanna see a really fine film about war take a look at the dawn patrol nineteen thirty eight this is a that basil rathbone david niven and errol flynn errol flynn is the big star of this it was written by a guy who was an american writer john saunders who were said to the fact that he couldn't get into combat as a flyer with the us air force will he wrote about this and what i've always loved about this film is it's it's it's almost a comedy about the facts world war one people flying world war one and the fires in world war one liquid would just get shot out of the sky.
"errol flynn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the hiram in the company they give him a contract okay it's it's it's a fussy contract because he's got to perform but immediately as part of jack warner's shop does he enjoy it right away does he does he blossom he blossoms slowly but it's important to remember that he wasn't the only one who got that kind of contract the studios they were almost like movie factories and they hired all sorts of promising people and sometimes the promise panned out sometimes it didn't start going out in the bmovie the these were the bottom part of the double bill that people go watch on saturday afternoon and from the standpoint of the studios there was very little risk because the new actors weren't paid a whole lot and the contracts written all in favour of the studios so the actors had to perform and they would be and they would be through donen vive movie and the bmovies were they were partly about filling up time on a saturday afternoon for the viewers but they also acted sort of as the farm leagues the minor leagues for the studios and they would put the actors on the screen and they would be how audiences and critics responded to the actors in the one who got a positive response would be bumped up eventually into though the first run movie and not just be and so reagan could realize okay here i am i've got my chance now at people that can make of it but nothing was guaranteed at that point by any meat ronald reagan wants to be a movie star of the scale of errol flynn here comes the second war and politics reagan the life hw brands is the author i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.
"errol flynn" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"He and norris started the relationship they started seeing each other and eventually they ended up getting married in august 1943 in having a couple of daughter says all started while he's being charged with rape and still who's trying to pick up scenarios where they go flynn could help himself in flynn seemed to be so self destructive and do this impact his career at all it will flynn's appeal wasn't manufactured in the way that hollywood studios like to manufacture their styles image and shape them a mould them in the ways that suited them errol flynn was there will flynn on the screen and offscreen he was charming he was he was a womaniser he pursuit pleasure he loved to drink he loved to potting that's part of what made errol flynn errol flynn the movie star and that's all great but when those qualities overflow into your private life and end up with you being charged for rape that's not sir great but the force of it will flynn's personality was such that this is hurry was taken only vote for good or for bad this is hurry was and this is how he lived his life even being charged for ripe didn't stop that so he kept on leaving his life the way he did unfortunately it meant that by the time he was in his fifties he looked like he was in his sixties and really in his 70s so he took a tall on him in a way that may not have impacted his career if he'd been an accountant or some nobody but when you are a screen pasana and your physical image is part of your career and what you're doing in your private life takes a physical obvious visual tall on you'll looks then your your career starts to go downhill and that's what happened to her will flynn towards the end of his career until he just wasn't able to keep being quote unquote errol flynn in this trial of the decade was soon replaced by an even more infamous trial of the decades so martin i understand that this new scandal was a result of a cleanup campaign in hollywood.
"errol flynn" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"Hollywood and crime contains depictions of violence and is not suitable for everyone please be advised today on hollywood and crying when news got out that ingrid bergman saintly beautiful wholesome ingrid bergman was having a love child with her italian director that was considered completely unacceptable today on hollywood and crime the first of our special new are la episodes hollywood and scandals were will take a look at three of the biggest scandals that competed for headlines during the time of the black dahlia murders hollywood and crime is brought to you by ziprecruiter are you hiring do you know where to post your job to find the best candidates with ziprecruiter you can post your job to 100plus job sites with just one click unlike other job sites ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them simply screen rate and manage candidates all in one place with ziprecruiter's easy to use dashboard find out today why ziprecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results and right now my listeners can post jobs on ziprecruiter for free that's right free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash l la crime that's ziprecruiter dot com slash l a crime one more time to try it for free go to ziprecruiter dot com slash l a crime martin turnbull as a hollywood historian and the author of the garden of all in novels his book center around the real lifeguard nevala hotel on sunset boulevard during the golden age of hollywood one of the most popular leading men of the '30s and 40s was screen legend errol flynn martin who was errol flynn it will flynn was one of those movie stars who fame found rahvam it being something he went after he had this natural charm and this natural appeal.