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“Errol & Olivia” at Larry Edmunds Bookshop in Hollywood

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Apr 11th, 2011
2011
Apr 11

BOOK SIGNINGS

“Errol & Olivia: Ego & Obsession in Golden Era Hollywood” booksigning at Larry Edmunds Bookshop

 

 

  

By Robert Matzen

 

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Larry Edmunds Bookshop

6644 Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood, 90028

323-463-3273

www.larryedmunds.com

info@larryedmunds.com

 

Stop by Larry Edmunds for a book signing with author Robert Matzen, for his book, “Errol & Olivia – Ego & Obsession in Golden Era Hollywood.”
Film trailers from the films of Flynn & de Havilland !
Errol Flynn poster gallery display!
AUTHORS ! POSTERS ! FILM CLIPS ! FLYNN ! FUN !

 

Digging deep into the vaults of Warner Brothers and the collections of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as well as other private archives, this book explores the complex personal and professional relationship of Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Flynn, even 50 years after his death, continues to conjure up images to the prototypical handsome, charismatic ladies’ man; while de Havilland, a two-time Best Actress Academy Award winner, is the last surviving star of Gone with the Wind. Richly illustrated with both color and black-and-white photos, most previously unpublished, this detailed history tells the sexy story of these two massive stars, both together and apart.

 

Biography 

Robert Matzen has appeared on BBC 2 and BBC Radio 4 and was the writer and director of George Washington’s First War, Pursuit of Honor, and When the Forest Ran Read. He is the author of Carol Lombard: A Bio-Bibliography and the co-author of Errol Flynn Slept Here. He lives in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania.

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2 Responses

  1. JackTF Says:

    Errol and Olivia’s chemistry was exceptional, indeed, and I will never tire of watching the movies they made together. My personal favorite is They Died with Their Boots On.

  2. Joan Crawford is still relevant Says:

    I hope Ms. de Havilland receives a copy of this book. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a copy autographed by her?

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