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  1. I must credit my friend Selene who researches all thing Errol. I ran this by her and she identified the actress f me
  2. Wow now that would have been a role that Errol could have chewed and spit out. Those two big personalities together on the big screen. What an idea! I’ll dream tonight
  3. They met up in Cannes. That is Linda beside Tyrone. Interesting but Errol was her acknowledged first romance. She had her teeth fixed and sent the bill to Errol. He was not a fan of Linda’s. Tyrone and Errol both liked each other and occasionally met despite their busy movie schedules
  4. One of the best desert island films was Son of Fury starring Tyrone and Gene as his beautiful island girl. There is one hot scene where she seduces him with a sizzling dance. Your imagination takes off from there. A more gorgeous pair of island kids I can’t imagine
  5. I agree that Flynn was so much more than Robin Hood. If only someone saw beyond that crazy man personality that the studio created. Odd but they both admired each other personally.
  6. I’m about to compile a list of Tyrone’s comedies to list and discuss starting w Love is News to The Luck of the Irish. He did it all from dramas, comedies, swashbucklers, westerns, spy, war and all the rest. He looked comfortable doing it all. He was a very versatile actor
  7. I love Flynn and feel that he had latent acting talent. However this was Tyrone’s role from inception to completion. He discovered the book and fought hard to have movie made, molding his own personality to Stan Carlisle. No one else could have played Stan as well as he. That being said, Errol might have been a close second
  8. Thank you! I have both the DVR and CD. The commentary is wonderful. I hope others see your post and order CD
  9. This great musical is barely mentioned nowadays yet it’s timeless in its entertainment. Every minute is packed with wonderful Irving Berlin tunes as well as some marvelous dance routines. Tyrone Power w lovely Alice Faye heads the star studded cast and Alice shows her beautiful deep voice and sultry style. Tyrone is there for the swoon factor and il sure the ladies weren’t disappointed. However The young slim Ethel Merman steals the show. I was never a fan but she outshines everyone with her talent. I would love to see TCM highlight this 1930s musical. Henry King said it was his all time fav
  10. Strange but they actually tried to pair him w Monroe in a weird movie entitled Queen of the Nile. Was blonde Monroe supposed to play an Egyptian? He dodged a bullet on that one. Yes, if he had problems with Novak, can you imagine working w Marilyn?
  11. In reply to Tom, Tyrone didn’t care for the fact that Kim often showed up late and unprepared for her role. As a result, the workers had to stay late to accommodate her. He considered that rude and unprofessional. He was a very disciplined professional who prided himself on arriving on time and ready. As a result, she upset him that way. He was unaware that she was bipolar and had difficulty sleeping however.
  12. Strange but I was @ to post on TEDS. It’s forever tied in my memory with a childhood trip to NYC for the first time. Right after, my mom took me to see this great movie. Tyrone so dark and Kim so blonde made a beautiful team along w scenes from Central Park. Besides that Tyrone is remarkable in his piano fingering skills going above and beyond in this part. His touching scenes w his neglected son as well as that sweet child during the war again shows his acting skills. It still is one of my favorite Power performances
  13. But that’s what intelligent discussion is all about
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