Tuesday 27 August 2013

George Offerman Jr.

Born: 14 March 1917, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died: 14 January 1963, New York City, New York, USA
The Patient in Room 18 (1938) as First Newsboy (uncredited)
George Offerman Jr. is on the far right of the picture. The other actors are Harland Tucker, John J. Richardson, Cliff Clark, Patric Knowles and Eric Stanley.
Nancy Drew...Reporter (1939) as Tribune office boy (uncredited)

Foreign Correspondent (1940) as New York Globe Copy Boy (uncredited)

George Offerman Jr. is in the middle of Charles Halton on the left and Otto Hoffman on the right.

A Walk in the Sun (1945) as Pvt. Tinker

George is on the right, with John Ireland.

A Letter to Three Wives (1949) as Nicholas 'Nick' Butler (uncredited)

Madge Crane

Born: 19 February 1875, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Died: 7 March 1963, Los Angeles County, California, USA

Blossoms in the Dust (1941) as Lady Against Legislation (uncredited)

Madge Crane is on the left, with Georgie Cooper and Marga Ann Deighton.

Girls in Chains (1943) as Mrs. McCarthey (uncredited)

Patricia Knox

Born: 6 August 1926, Los Angeles, California, USA

Girls in Chains (1943) as Jean Moon

With Sid Melton.

I Accuse My Parents (1944) as Vera Moore

Sunday 25 August 2013

Betty Bronson

Born: 17 November 1906, Trenton, New Jersey, USA
Died: 19 October 1971, Pasadena, California, USA

The Medicine Man (1930) as Mamie Goltz

Adolph Milar

Born: 11 April 1895, Davos, Switzerland
Died: 25 May 1950, Santa Clara, California, USA

The Medicine Man (1930) as Peter

Arline Judge

Born: 21 February 1912, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
Died: 7 February 1974, West Hollywood, California, USA

The Age of Consent (1932) as Dora Swale

Girls in Chains (1943) as Helen Martin

Saturday 24 August 2013

Dorothy Malone

Born: 30 January 1925, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died: 19 January 2018, Dallas, Texas, USA

The Falcon and the Co-Eds (1943) as Dorothy, Co-Ed (uncredited)

Dorothy Malone is at the front of the picture on the left, about to put her hand up. Also in this shot is George Givot, sitting next to Amelita Ward. On the far left near the back of the class is Rosemary La Planche.

Too Much Too Soon (1958) as Diana Barrymore

Patrice Wymore

Born: 17 December 1926, Miltonvale, Kansas, USA
Died: 22 March 2014, Portland, Jamaica

Patrice Wymore was a Broadway actress who made her film debut in 1950. She was the third and final wife of Errol Flynn.

Rocky Mountain (1950) as Johanna Carter

Errol Flynn has his back to us.

The Errol Flynn Theatre: Strange Auction (1957) (Season 1, Episode 5) as Laura Bateman

The Adventures of Errol Flynn (2005) as Herself

Greer Garson

Born: 29 September 1904, London, England
Died: 6 April 1996, Dallas, Texas, USA

Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) as Katherine

Blossoms in the Dust (1941) as Edna Gladney

That Forsyte Woman (1949) as Irene Forsyte

Nora Eddington

Born: 25 February 1924, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died: 10 April 2001, Los Angeles, California, USA

Nora Eddington is most famous for being Errol Flynn's second wife.

The New Adventures of Don Juan (1948) as Lady in the carriage asking for directions

This was Nora's only acting role.

The Adventures of Errol Flynn (2005) as Herself

This shot is taken from archive footage of an interview she gave in 1977.

Mary Stuart

Born: 4 July 1926, Miami, Florida, USA
Died: 28 February 2002, New York City, New York USA

Mexican Spitfire's Elephant (1942) as Hat check girl at Villa Luigi

With Leon Errol.

The Falcon Strikes Back (1943) as Puppet Theater Usherette (uncredited)

The New Adventures of Don Juan (1948) as Catherine
With Errol Flynn.

Joanne Woodward

Born: 27 February 1930, Thomasville, Georgia, USA

The Adventures of Errol Flynn (2005) as Herself

Errol Flynn

Born: 20 June 1909, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Died: 14 October 1959, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Errol Flynn was a charismatic leading man.

In the Wake of the Bounty (1933) as Fletcher Christian

Captain Blood (1935) as Peter Blood

The Prince and the Pauper (1937) as Miles Hendon

With Robert J. Mauch.

The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) as Robin Hood

The definitive version with the best actor.

Four's a Crowd (1938) as Bob Lansford

With Olivia de Havilland.

The Dawn Patrol (1938) as Courtney

Dodge City (1939) as Wade Hatton

With Olivia de Havilland.

The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) as Earl of Essex

The Sea Hawk (1940) as Geoffrey Thorpe

Santa Fe Trail (1940) as Jeb Stuart

They Died with Their Boots On (1941) as George Armstrong Custer

Gentleman Jim (1942) as James J. Corbett

Right, with Ward Bond. Errol Flynn suffered a mild heart attack during the making of this film.

Northern Pursuit (1943) as Cpl. Steve Wagner

Uncertain Glory (1944) as Jean Picard/Emil DuPont

Objective, Burma! (1945) as Captain Nelson

The New Adventures of Don Juan (1948) as Don Juan de MaraƱa

With Mary Stuart.

That Forsyte Woman (1949) as Soames Forsyte

Rocky Mountain (1950) as Capt. Lafe Barstow (CSA)

The Story of William Tell (1953) as William Tell

Partly financed by Errol Flynn, this film was never finished and much of it was lost.

The Martha Raye Show (1955) (Episode unknown)

With Martha Raye.

The Errol Flynn Theatre: Strange Auction (1957) (Season 1, Episode 5) as Himself, host/Trace

With his son Sean Flynn.

The Sun Also Rises (1957) as Mike Campbell

Too Much Too Soon (1958) as John Barrymore