Errol Flynn: Satan's Angel

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Robson Books, 2000 - Motion picture actors and actresses - 273 pages
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Rebel, pervert, lecher, charmer, brawler and drunkard, Errol Flynn was also a star and one of the great icons of the twentieth century.

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User Review  - ChrisWeir - LibraryThing

Was a good read overall. Seemed to be a lot of name dropping which I only got part of. Was hit and miss with information about his movies. Also as someone else noted it seemed to be more that the ... Read full review

Errol Flynn: Satan's Angel

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Without regret or apology, Errol Flynn documented his extraordinary life before writers could have their way with him as a dead man. Bret, however, takes on the Flynn mythology in this new biography ... Read full review

Contents

The Young Buck and the Spitfire
24
Swinging Swords and Grappling Hooks
56
Ride You Wolverines
87
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About the author (2000)

David Bret is one of Britain's leading showbusiness biographers, and an authority on the chanson. His many highly successful books incllde: Edth Piaf, Joan Crawford, Jean Harlow, Errol Flynn and Mario Lanza.

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