Welcome to Show Business! #6

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Hollywood -- In a familiar swashbuckling role, Errol Flynn makes his first appearance before Hollywood cameras in several years as he duels with a screen villain. A maiden in distress is naturally the cause of the sword play. Flynn portrays the 15th century poet adventurer Francois Villon in 'The Sword of Villon', which will be shown on NBC-TV's Screen Directors Playhouse, April 4. (1956)

5 comments:

R.H. said...

Errol aged very quickly, but made it to fifty. Well done. If I was that good looking I'd have been dead by thirty.

R.H. said...

And I've just noticed that phallus on his head. Golly, Hollywood humour.

Flickhead said...

I can smell the vodka seeping out through his pores from here!

swac said...

Hmmm...Jesters of the Pub?

R.H. said...

George Orwell said everyone's got the face they deserve by fifty. Errol at fifty looked like Hal Porter at seventy. But Hal of course was more of a lady than a ladies man.