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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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Don Juan: A man gives up everything: a rich full life and the first time he tries to be utterly sincere, what happens?
Leporello: That's exactly what I'm trying to find out.
Don Juan: Well, mind your own business!

--Errol Flynn (as Don Juan de Maraña)
Queen Margaret: I asked you that when I was Queen, but I am no longer.
Don Juan: You are. You always will be. I shall be the only one to knew that for just a little while there was no Queen.

--Errol Flynn (as Don Juan de Maraña)
Don Juan: [to Count de Polan] Your Excellency, I don't consider myself particularly wasteful or useless. I'm just seeking happiness, the same as any man. Our viewpoints differ that's all.

--Errol Flynn (as Don Juan de Maraña)
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Warners considered filming this project with Errol Flynn twice previously, on 1939 and 1945. The 1945 proposed production was scuttled by a labor dispute. It was to be directed by Raoul Walsh, scored by Erich Wolfgang Korngold and co-star Victor Francen and Rosemary DeCamp as the King and Queen, with George Coulouris as the Duke. Only Jerry Austin and Alan Hale survived from the 1945 production, although S.Z. Sakall was also considered for the Leporello role.
The last of 13 films that Alan Hale appeared in with close friend Errol Flynn. Hale died on 22 January 1950, just over a year following this film's release.
At the end of the film, the young woman in the coach asking Don Juan for directions is Errol Flynn's wife, Nora Eddington.
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