Tag Archives: Errol Flynn

They Died With Their Boots On (USA, 1942)

Name: They Died With Their Boots On Release Date: 1942 Writers: Wally Klein (screenplay), Aeneas MacKenzie (screenplay), Leonard Coffee (additional dialogue — uncredited) Director: Raoul Walsh Cast: Errol Flynn: George Armstrong Custer Olivia de Havilland: Elizabeth Bacon Arthur Kennedy: Ned … Continue reading

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A Defense: A Swash Well Buckled.

With Yet Another … … iteration of “The Three Musketeers” set to hit the big screen (my favorite is still the 1948 version starring Gene Kelly), The Guardian’s Anne Billson explains why there’s still nothing more thrilling than a good … Continue reading

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