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[on Errol Flynn
] Errol Flynn was a joy, a lovely man, and most of the talk about him is nothing but rumor by people who didn't even know him. He loved to talk about how much he could drink and the women he'd made love to, but most of it was just the rationalizations of a disappointed moralist. He was the hardest-working, most down-to-earth actor I have ever worked with.
King and his brother, director Louis King
, both worked at 20th Century-Fox at the same time in the 1940s. While Henry got large-scale, "important" pictures, Louis was usually given lower-budget outdoors pictures, mysteries or westerns. Henry's "prestige" picture, Wilson
(1944), was a very expensive flop, though, while Louis' low-budget outdoors picture Smoky
(1946) was one of Fox's biggest ...