Acquitted on charge of statutory rape
Signed with Warner Brothers
Went to England and acted with Northampton Repertory Theatre for eighteen months; stage acting debut in "The Thirteenth Chair"; wrote play, "Cold Rice"
Worked as shipping clerk in Sydney, Australia
Bought schooner ("Sirocco"); boat chartered by American filmmakers making film of New Guinea head-hunters who also took footage of skipper (Flynn) which was shown in Australia
Directorial debut with short, "Cruise of the Zaca" (also narrator and appearance)
US TV debut, "The Sword of Villon" on "Playhouse 90"
Wrote articles for THE SYDNEY BULLETIN in New Guinea
Won stardom in "Captain Blood" (as a replacement for Robert Donat)
Became a government cadet in New Guinea, an overseer on a copra plantation, a partner in a charter schooner, and gold miner in New Guinea
Became second cook on an ocean-going schooner
Classified 4F and rejected from every branch of active service during WWII due to heart defect, recurrent malaria and tuberculosis
First film as actor in Australian film, "In the Wake of the Bounty"
Hollywood film acting debut in "The Case of the Curious Bride"
Hosted "The Errol Flynn Theatre" TV series, made in England
Signed seven years optional contract with Warners