Errol Flynn (1909-1959) would have celebrated a birthday this June 20th and I post this in tribute.
A Lux Radio Theater performance of “The Perfect Specimen,” which originally aired on January 2, 1939 with Errol Flynn and Joan Blondell reprising their roles from the Michael Curtiz-directed 1937 film of the same title.
If it’s images of Errol Flynn you enjoy most, visit a previous tribute I’d dedicated to the actor here – never a waste of time as far as I’m concerned.
This was a very cute movie. If ever there was an example of a perfect specimen, it was Mr Flynn.
Yeah. Nothing more to say.
Happy Birthday, Errol! I loved him in Robin Hood.
Me too! 🙂
Hubba hubba… you know I was looking for that Captain Blood shot, too. 🙂
LOL. Now I can’t see it without thinking of the other person who drools over it — YOU!
Aurora, I love that you write about your unabashed passions. There’s no guessing where you stand!
This is a fun tribute to Errol Flynn – and to Joan Blondell too.
Imagine if I didn’t actually TRY HARD to sound professional?! I can’t help it.
Aurora, Thank you for making an effort to celebrate and commemorate Errol Flynn–this unique and larger-than-life figure. You are not alone. I am an ardent Errol Flynn fan also. I cannot help but cherish him, obsess with him and indeed love him.