Errol Flynn by David Bret
Satan's Angel

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The story of a complex man who was a brilliant film star and quintessential hedonist. This biography reveals even more about Errol Flynn than he himself divulged in his tell-all autobiography.
 

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David Bret is the author of many acclaimed biographies, including "Elvis: The Hollywood Years," "The Freddie Mercury Story," "Joan Crawford," "Morrissey," "Rock Hudson," "Tallulah Bankhead," and "Valentino,
 
Published March 1, 2000 by Robson Books. 274 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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He was a robust conqueror of women as well, and his misogyny was reinforced by a platonic friendship with artist Diego Rivera, who approved of treating women ""like dogs."" With the same gusto and verve of his subject, Bret plows through Flynn's escapades and accomplishments.

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