Errol Flynn war ein Freibeuter, im Film wie im richtigen Leben. Wenn er an Land Schiffbruch erlitt, floh er mit seiner Yacht aufs Meer. Von Ole Schulz. Errol Flynn. Bestellen Sie Ihr Leinwandbild online. Wählen Sie unter Hunderten von Motiven. Die Motive werden auf Bestellung gedruckt. Höchste Qualität und schnelle. Errol Flynn. An Epic Life. Das grundlegende Drama mit Errol Flynn war, dass er alles hatte – Schönheit, Charme, Talent und Intelligenz, ebenso.
Robin Hood - Olivia De Havilland and Errol FlynnErrol Flynn war ein Freibeuter, im Film wie im richtigen Leben. Wenn er an Land Schiffbruch erlitt, floh er mit seiner Yacht aufs Meer. Von Ole Schulz. Errol Flynn. Errol Leslie Thomson Flynn war ein australisch-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler. In den er- und er-Jahren avancierte er als Abenteuerheld in Klassikern wie Unter Piratenflagge, Robin Hood, König der Vagabunden und Der Herr der sieben Meere. Bestellen Sie Ihr Leinwandbild online. Wählen Sie unter Hunderten von Motiven. Die Motive werden auf Bestellung gedruckt. Höchste Qualität und schnelle.
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In der Regel knnt ihr diese Sendungen sieben Tage lang in Errol Flynn Mediathek abrufen. - Inspirationen für ein schöneres ZuhauseDie Nichtteilnahme am Krieg legte in der allgemeinen patriotischen Begeisterung einen Schatten auf sein Image, von dem es sich nie mehr ganz erholte.
In his late teens he set out to find gold, but instead found a series of Born: June 20 , in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Died: October 14 , age 50 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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Jump to: Actor Writer Producer Soundtrack Director Additional Crew Art director Thanks Self Archive footage. Russell Bidlack - Without Incident In fact, just one month earlier, his doctor had conducted an ECG and had cautioned Flynn to scale back his lifestyle.
A recent , never completed film production about William Tell, which he had helped produce, had been a financial disaster, and his autobiography, My Wicked, Wicked Ways , had yet to hit bookstore shelves.
So, seeking quick cash, he had agreed to sell his prized yacht to George Caldough, a year-old stock promoter who lived in the British Properties.
Errol Flynn in a colour publicity still for The Sea Hawk. For several days, Flynn had been complaining about worsening pain in his back and legs he was bedridden for several days , and while en route to the airport, he demanded that Caldough track down someone who could help.
At approximately p. Grant Gould. Errol Flynn in Vancouver, date unknown. Image courtesy of Vancouver Public Library. Despite 90 minutes of lifesaving efforts by fire and emergency crews, Flynn never regained consciousness and was shortly thereafter pronounced dead.
The first to see it were McDonald and chief pathologist Tom Harmon, who were tasked with doing an initial examination before the body was sent to Los Angeles.
Warners then gave Flynn his first starring role in a modern comedy, The Perfect Specimen , with Joan Blondell , under the direction of Curtiz. Meanwhile, Flynn published his first book, Beam Ends , an autobiographical account of his experiences sailing around Australia as a youth.
He also travelled to Spain, in , as a war correspondent during the Spanish Civil War. Flynn followed this with his most famous movie, The Adventures of Robin Hood , playing the title role, opposite de Havilland's Marian.
It was the 6th-top movie grosser of It also received lavish praise from critics and became a world favourite; in , Rotten Tomatoes summarised the critical consensus: "Errol Flynn thrills as the legendary title character, and the film embodies the type of imaginative family adventure tailor-made for the silver screen".
De Havilland said, "And so we had one kissing scene, which I looked forward to with great delight. I remember I blew every take, at least six in a row, maybe seven, maybe eight, and we had to kiss all over again.
And Errol Flynn got really rather uncomfortable, and he had, if I may say so, a little trouble with his tights. The final duel between Robin and Sir Guy of Gisbourne Basil Rathbone is a classic, echoing the battle on the beach in Captain Blood where Flynn also kills Rathbone's character after a long demonstration of fine swordplay, in that case choreographed by Ralph Faulkner.
According to Faulkner's student, Tex Allen, "Faulkner had good material to work with. Veteran Basil Rathbone was a good fencer already, and Flynn, though new to the school of fence, was athletic and a quick learner".
Under Faulkner's choreography Rathbone and Flynn made the swordplay look good. For the next two decades Faulkner's movie list as fencing double and choreographer reads as a history of Hollywood's golden years of adventure yarns [including Flynn's] The Sea Hawk , .
The success of The Adventures of Robin Hood did little to convince the studio that their prize swashbuckler should be allowed to do other things, but Warners allowed Flynn to try a screwball comedy , Four's a Crowd Despite the presence of de Havilland and direction of Curtiz, it was not a success.
The Sisters a drama showing the lives of three sisters in the years from to , including a dramatic rendering of the San Francisco earthquake, was more popular.
Flynn played alcoholic sports reporter Frank Medlin, who sweeps Louise Elliott Bette Davis off her feet on a visit to Silver Bow, Montana. Their married life in San Francisco is difficult, and Frank sails to Singapore just hours before the catastrophe.
The original ending of the film was the same as the book: Louise married a character named William Benson but preview audiences disliked the ending and a new one was filmed in which Frank comes to Silver Bow to find her and they reconcile.
Apparently audiences wanted Errol Flynn to get the girl, or vice versa. Bette Davis preferred the original ending.
Flynn had a powerful dramatic role in The Dawn Patrol , a remake of a pre-code drama of the same name about Royal Flying Corps fighter pilots in World War I and the devastating burden carried by officers who must send men out to die every morning.
Flynn and co-stars Basil Rathbone and David Niven led a cast that was all male and predominantly British. Director Edmund Goulding 's biographer Matthew Kennedy wrote: "Everyone remembered a set filled with fraternal good cheer The filming of Dawn Patrol was an unusual experience for everyone connected with it, and dissipated for all time the legend that Britishers are lacking in a sense of humor The picture was made to the accompaniment of more ribbing than Hollywood has ever witnessed.
The setting for all this horseplay was the beautiful English manners of the cutterups. The expressions of polite and pained shock on the faces of Niven, Flynn, Rathbone et al.
In , Flynn and de Havilland teamed up with Curtiz for Dodge City , the first Western for both of them, set after the American Civil War.
Flynn was reunited with Davis, Curtiz and de Havilland in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex , playing Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex.
Flynn's relationship with Davis during filming was quarrelsome; Davis allegedly slapped him across the face far harder than necessary during one scene.
Flynn attributed her anger to unrequited romantic interest,  but according to others, Davis resented sharing equal billing with a man she considered incapable of playing any role beyond a dashing adventurer.
The man could act! Warners put Flynn in another Western, Virginia City , set near the end of the Civil War.
Flynn played Union officer Kerry Bradford. In an article for TCM, Jeremy Arnold wrote: "Ironically, the Randolph Scott role [as Captain Vance Irby, commandant of the prison camp where Bradford was a prisoner of war] was originally conceived for Flynn In fact, Virginia City was plagued with script, production and personnel problems all along.
Shooting began without a finished script, angering Flynn, who complained unsuccessfully to the studio about it. Flynn disliked the temperamental Curtiz and tried to have him removed from the film.
Curtiz didn't like Flynn or co-star Miriam Hopkins either. Humphrey Bogart apparently didn't care for Flynn or Randolph Scott. Making matters worse was the steady rain that fell for two of the three weeks of location shooting near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Flynn detested rain and was physically unwell for quite some time because of it. As Peter Valenti has written, "Errol's frustration at the role can be easily understood: he changed from antagonist to protagonist, from Southern to Northern officer, almost as the film was being shot.
Flynn's next film had been planned since another swashbuckler taken from a Sabatini novel, The Sea Hawk but only the title was used.
A reviewer observed in Time 19 August , " The Sea Hawk Warner is 's lustiest assault on the double feature.
To Irish [sic] Cinemactor Errol Flynn, it gives the best swashbuckling role he has had since Captain Blood. For Hungarian Director Michael Curtiz, who took Flynn from bit-player ranks to make Captain Blood and has made nine pictures with him since, it should prove a high point in their profitable relationship.
At the zenith of his career, Flynn was voted the fourteenth most popular star in the U. According to Variety , he was the fourth-biggest star in the U.
Flynn consistently ranked among Warner Bros. In , he was the studio's No. Los Angeles Times ' Edwin Schallert wrote: "Errol Flynn becomes a modern for a change in a whodunit film and the excursion proves eminently worth-while In later years, Footsteps in the Dark co-star Ralph Bellamy recalled Flynn at this time as "a darling.
Couldn't or wouldn't take himself seriously. And he drank like there was no tomorrow. Had a bum ticker from the malaria he'd picked up in Australia.
Also a spot of TB. Tried to enlist but flunked his medical, so he drank some more. Knew he wouldn't live into old age.
He really had a ball in Footsteps in the Dark. He was so glad to be out of swashbucklers". Flynn became a naturalised American citizen on 14 August Flynn started a new long-term relationship with a director when he teamed with Raoul Walsh in They Died with Their Boots On , a biopic of George Armstrong Custer.
De Havilland was his co-star in this, the last of 12 films they made together. It was another big hit. The role of Gentleman Jim Corbett in Walsh's Gentleman Jim was one of Flynn's favourites.
Despite—or perhaps because of—its departure from reality, "Gentleman Jim" packed the theatres. Flynn eagerly undertook extensive boxing training for this film, working with Buster Wiles and Mushy Callahan.
I had to teach him to use his left and to move very fast on his feet Luckily he had excellent footwork, he was dodgy, he could duck faster then anybody I saw.
And by the time I was through with him, he'd jab, jab, jab with his left like a veteran". Flynn took the role seriously, and was rarely doubled during the boxing sequences.
In The Two Lives of Errol Flynn by Michael Freedland , Alexis Smith told of taking the star aside: "'It's so silly, working all day and then playing all night and dissipating yourself.
Don't you want to live a long life? In September , Warners announced that Flynn had signed a new contract with the studio for four films a year, one of which he would also produce.
In Edge of Darkness , set in Nazi-occupied Norway, Flynn played a Norwegian resistance fighter, a role originally intended for Edward G.
Director Lewis Milestone later recalled, "Flynn kept underrating himself. If you wanted to embarrass him, all you had to do was to tell him how great he was in a scene he'd just finished playing: He'd blush like a young girl and muttering 'I'm no actor' would go away somewhere and sit down".
S, it was Warner Bros. In Warners' all-star musical comedy fund-raiser for the Stage Door Canteen , Thank Your Lucky Stars , Flynn sings and dances as a cockney seaman boasting to his pub mates of how he's won the war in " That's What You Jolly Well Get ", the only musical number that was ever performed by Flynn on screen.
In late , two year-old girls, Betty Hansen  and Peggy Satterlee,  separately accused Flynn of statutory rape  at the Bel Air home of Flynn's friend Frederick McEvoy , and on board Flynn's yacht Sirocco , respectively.
Many of Flynn's fans founded organisations to publicly protest the accusation. One such group, the American Boys' Club for the Defense of Errol Flynn—ABCDEF—accumulated a substantial membership that included William F.
Buckley Jr. Flynn's attorney, Jerry Giesler , impugned the accusers' character and morals, and accused them of numerous indiscretions, including affairs with married men and, in Satterlee's case, an abortion which was illegal at the time.
He implied that the girls had cooperated with prosecutors in hopes of avoiding prosecution themselves. Northern Pursuit , also with Walsh as director, was a war film set in Canada.
He then made a film for his own production company, Thomson Productions, where he had a say in the choice of vehicle, director and cast, plus a portion of the profits.
Uncertain Glory was a war-time drama set in France with Flynn as a criminal who redeems himself but it was not a success and Thomson Productions made no more movies.
Although popular, it was withdrawn in Britain after protests that the role played by British troops was not given sufficient credit.
It was a moderate success at the box office. He was in a melodrama, Escape Me Never , filmed in early but not released until late , which lost money.
More popular was a Western with Walsh and Ann Sheridan , Silver River This was a hit, although its high cost meant it was not very profitable.
Flynn drank so heavily on the set that he was effectively disabled after noon, and a disgusted Walsh terminated their business relationship.
Still, it was Warner Bros. From this point on, Warner Bros. In November Flynn signed a year contract with Warner Bros. After a cameo in Warner Bros.
It was shot partly in India. On his way home he shot some scenes for a film he produced, Hello God , directed by William Marshall; it was never released.
For many years this was considered a lost film, but in a copy was discovered in the basement of the surrogate court of New York City. Two of seven cans of the movie had deteriorated beyond hope, but five survived and are at the George Eastman House film archive for restoration.
Flynn wrote and co-produced his next film, the low-budget Adventures of Captain Fabian , directed by Marshall and shot in France. Flynn wrote articles, novels and scripts but never had the discipline to turn it into a full time career.
For Warners he appeared in an adventure tale set in the Philippines, Mara Maru That studio released a documentary of a voyage he had taken on his yacht, Cruise of the Zaca In August he signed a one-picture deal to make a movie for Universal, in exchange for a percentage of the profits: this was Against All Flags , a popular swashbuckler.
In he was seriously ill with hepatitis resulting in liver damage. After that Warners ended their contract with him and their association that had lasted for 18 years and 35 films.
Flynn relocated his career to Europe. He made a swashbuckler in Italy, Crossed Swords This inspired him to produce a similar movie in that country, The Story of William Tell , directed by Jack Cardiff with Flynn in the title role.
The movie fell apart during production and ruined Flynn financially. Desperate for money, he accepted an offer from Herbert Wilcox to support Anna Neagle in a British musical, Lilacs in the Spring Also shot in Britain was The Dark Avenger , for Allied Artists, in which Flynn played Edward, the Black Prince.
Wilcox used him with Neagle again, in King's Rhapsody , but it was not a success, ending plans for further Wilcox-Flynn collaborations.
In he presented and sometimes performed in the television anthology series The Errol Flynn Theatre that was filmed in Britain.
Flynn received an offer to make his first Hollywood film in five years: Istanbul , for Universal. He made a thriller shot in Cuba, The Big Boodle , then had his best role in a long time in the blockbuster The Sun Also Rises for producer Darryl F.
He met with Stanley Kubrick to discuss a role in Lolita , but nothing came of it. He wrote a series of newspaper and magazine articles for the New York Journal American and other publications documenting his time in Cuba with Castro.
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