Not reviewed at press time. Before he was Hollywood's most dashing star, Errol Flynn was a real-life adventurer and privateer. The actor told his wild true tale in his 1937 autobiography Beam Ends, here adapted for the screen by a writing team including his grandson Luke, in an old-school adventure romp directed by Australian directorial legend Mulcahy (Highlander, Razorback).
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