Cuban Rebel Girls
|Cuban Rebel Girls|
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|Directed by||Barry Mahon|
|Written by||Errol Flynn|
|Distributed by||Joseph Brenner Associtates|
|Running time||68 mins|
Cuban Rebel Girls is a 1959 semi-dramatic documentary b-movie, notable solely for being the last on-screen performance of Errol Flynn.
It was written and narrated by Flynn, who was sympathetic to the Cuban revolution being led by Fidel Castro in its early phase when Castro was denying being a communist. The film consists of a drama about a group of young American volunteers helping in the fight against the Government of Fulgencio Batista, with Flynn appearing in a few scenes as a commentator & reporter. It is filmed in black and white with a screen time of 68 minutes. It co-starred Beverly Aadland, then Flynn's girlfriend.
- Also known as Assault of the Rebel Girls.
- In opening credits: Our thanks to the New Army of Cuba, whose help in creating this picture was invaluable.
- Available on DVD (2011).
- "Article 4 -- No Title" Weiler, A H. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 26 Dec 1959: 7.
- Patrick Humphries, 'Errol Flynn's Cuban Adventures', BBC News, 10 October 2009 accessed 17 May 2012
- Flynn, E. My Wicked, Wicked Ways. G.P. Putnam’s Sons 1959, Pan Books 1961 in association with William Heinemann Ltd, 5th Printing 1979.
- Thomas, T., Behlmer, R. & McCarty, C. The Films of Errol Flynn. Citadel Press. 1969.
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