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Adventures of Don Juan (1948) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Jerry Wald.

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SWASHATHON: Adventures of Don Juan (1948)

on Jul 14, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Erroll Flynn introduces himself as Don Juan de Marana in Adventures of Don Juan. THE SWASHATHON IS BACK! Fritzi of Movies, Silently is hosting the second version of her popular blogathon tribute to derring-do on the silver screen. It runs from July 14 - 17, and HERE is where you will find all the ... Read full article


SWASHATHON: Adventures of Don Juan (1948)

By Caftan Woman on Jul 14, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Erroll Flynn introduces himself as Don Juan de Marana in Adventures of Don Juan. THE SWASHATHON IS BACK! Fritzi of Movies, Silently is hosting the second version of her popular blogathon tribute to derring-do on the silver screen. It runs from July 14 - 17 and HERE is where you find all the excite... Read full article


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Quotes from

Don Juan: [to Duke De Lorca] The sword is not for a traitor. You'll die by the knife!


Don Juan: All my life I seem to have been stumbling around as if in darkness. I am no longer.
Queen Margaret: Silence! You have no right to speak to me that way. I forbid you.
Don Juan: But I would never have spoken except by your command.
Queen Margaret: Then I was wrong to command you. Wrong to believe that you could reform. Or that friendship and loyalty could ever replace your desire for another conquest.


King Phillip III: This is treason!
Queen Margaret: You will never succeed. The people will rise against you!
Duke de Lorca: Shepherds may change, but sheep remain sheep.


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Facts about

In "The Films of Errol Flynn," it was alleged that Errol Flynn's drinking necessitated a good deal of "shooting around" him, but on the DVD commentary director Vincent Sherman says that this only happened once.
Film editor Alan Crosland Jr.'s father, Alan Crosland, was the director of the original Don Juan, with John Barrymore, who was a close friend of Errol Flynn, the star of this film.
The scene when Don Juan (Errol Flynn) is seen escaping on horseback over the castle drawbridge and into the forest through a triangular beam of light shining through the trees is footage taken from The Adventures of Robin Hood.
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