A wry little smile must have come to the lips of the editors of PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE when they heard that the champion scandal-monger Errol Flynn (1909 – 1959) had accepted their offer to compose a small treatise concerning Hollywood morality. Flynn sharpened his pencil and scribbled the following half-hearted defense of Hollywood hedonism -contradicting himself at several points, he opined that Hollywood was not much different than any other neighborhood -and actors are always good because they're much too closely monitored -and the acting trade brings out in all who heed the call a certain character trait that makes monogamy unlikely.
Click here to read about Errol Flynn and his slimy maneuverings with under-aged girls and reliance upon date-rape drugs...
Click here to read a 1922 article that slanders the morality of Hollywood and the acting profession.
Click here to read an article about the nature of adultery.