This week .... Remembering Errol Flynn
Features interviews with classic film/TV/music/theater stars or those who knew them, which have
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John Ross Bowie
Remembering Errol Flynn
June 20, 1909 – Errol Flynn was born in Hobart, Tasmania. Here’s a collection some comments from my interviews with actors/family over the past 10 years (including unpublished ones from Paul Picerni). They are, somewhat appropriately, in the Launceston Examiner. Click photo for interview.
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