A hero to millions who adored his portrayals of Robin Hood and Fletcherhristian, Errol Flynn (1909-59) lived a life that far surpassed anydventure he ever acted out on screen: exotic travels, criminal exploits,assionate love affairs, violent confrontations, scandals, and internationalame. In this highly readable, witty and colourful autobiography, reissued byurum Press in B-format using the original uncensored text, Flynn revealsimself and his remarkable life as he did nowhere else.
'The most entertaining autobiography ever by an actor' -- Jeffrey Meyers 'Its greatest distinction is that it manages to pass beyond the conventionally "frank" to the unconventionally truthful in its portrait of an engaging but by no means overscrupulous romantic extrovert' Times Literary Supplement 'A major autobiography in the tradition of Cellini, Casanova and Frank Harris. Perhaps it is not the book to leave alone in the house with your daughter, but Flynn was not the man to leave in the house with your daughter.' Guardian 'The confessions of a rake, unsparing of himself or anyone else' Newsweek 'An obstinately unabashed report' New Yorker