People, Jul. 12, 1976

As that swashbuckling smoothie of yesteryear, Errol Flynn stole more than the hearts of teen-age moviegoers. He also stole scenes from Leading Lady Olivia de Havilland. "He would do awfully naughty things," recalls the actress, who first starred with Flynn in Captain Blood (1935) when she was 19. "He would sometimes upstage me and take unfair advantage, which disturbed me deeply." Olivia, who went on to win two best-actress Oscars, was in New York to launch a seven-city eleven-week retrospective of Warner Bros, films—including three from the Flynn-De Havilland partnership (The Adventures of Robin Hood, They Died with Their Boots On...

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