Dr. Hermann F. Erben
A Friendship of Two Adventurers 1933-1940Edited by Josef Fegerl
Sometimes, the best material is the genuine article with no embellishment.
Here is a selection of photographs and journal entries by Dr. Hermann F. Erben. These cover events while Flynn had left Australasia for Europe, as well as Erben's visits to Hollywood. Also included are their travels in 1937 into Spain during a civil war. Erben was depicted in My Wicked, Wicked Ways as Dr. Koets.
Most notable are images of a relatively fit Flynn in Pondicherry, where he claimed a rickshaw driver slashed the side of his abdomen shortly after arrival. Also it is evident that he was well accounted for in Spain, where he was accompanied by Warner Brot her's local PR dept and not at liberty to spy (one of Charles Higham's many slanderous accounts related in Errol Flynn: The Untold Story.
Availability: Limited circulation in the UK. Now out of print. Check book searches.
- Josef Fegerl (1985)
- © Josef Fegerl
- 96 pages
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