My Wicked, Wicked Ways
A hero to millions who adored his portrayals of Robin Hood and Fletcher Christian, Errol Flynn (1909-59) lived a life that far surpassed any adventure he ever acted out on screen: exotic travels, criminal exploits, passionate love affairs, violent confrontations, scandals, and international fame. In this highly readable, witty and colourful autobiography, reissued by Aurum Press in B-format using the original uncensored text, Flynn reveals himself and his remarkable life as he did nowhere else.
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Review: My Wicked, Wicked WaysUser Review - Bill Wren - Goodreads
This book reads as if it's the transcript of a recording of a great raconteur, a teller of tall-tales whose favourite tale is his own life. You get the sense of a man who is totally self-absorbed but ... Read full review
Review: My Wicked, Wicked WaysUser Review - DR Pitcock - Goodreads
I enjoy these classical movie star biographies. I actually enjoyed the first part of this book a great deal that deals with Flynn's attempt to be a sugar plantation owner in Papua New Guinea. It was great riveting adventure. And of course Errol's movie career was no less interesting. Read full review