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Cuban Rebel Girls (1959)

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Errol Flynn , playing himself as a war correspondent, helps Fidel Castro overthrow Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista . The film was shot, with Castro's cooperation, while he was still fighting Batista.



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Complete credited cast:
The American Correspondent
Beverly Aadland ...
Beverly Woods
John McKay ...
Rebel Capt. Johnny Wilson
Jackie Jackler ...
Jacqueline Dominguez
Marie Edmund ...
Maria Rodriguez
Ben Ostrowsky ...
Raoul 'Ben' Dominguez
Reynerio Sanchez
Andrés Fernández ...
(as Andres Fernandez)
Esther Oliva
Tod Scott Brody ...
Todd (as Todd Brody)
Allen Baron ...
(as Al Baron)
Clelle Mahon
Ramon Ramierez ...
(as Ramon Ramirez)


Errol Flynn, playing himself as a war correspondent, helps Fidel Castro overthrow Cuban dictator Batista. The film was shot, with Castro's cooperation, while he was still fighting Batista. Written by

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See BEVERLY AADLAND Errol Flynn's 17 yr. old protege in her first starring role See more »







Release Date:

25 December 1959 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Attack of the Rebel Girls  »

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1.37 : 1
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The last film of Errol Flynn. He died from a heart attack before it was released. See more »

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In opening credits: Our thanks to the New Army of Cuba, whose help in creating this picture was invaluable. See more »

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Sad, sad thing
21 February 2002 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

Watching Flynn bumble and stumble through this abortion of a film is not embarrassing; it's sad to the point of being tragic. It appears that he is in a constant alcoholic fog as he lumbers his way through the god-awful script with a biggest bimbo ever to hit the screen. Beverly Aadland is merely terrible at her best. How Flynn ever got roped into this one will remain a mystery. There's no doubt he was washed up as a swashbuckle hero. But, his performance in the Roots of Heaven and The Sun Also Rises were classic demonstrations that he could act. I recall sitting in the same plaza in Pamplona in 1986 during San Fermines, drinking hot chocolate and eating churros after taking my son to see the running of the bulls and recalling the scene where Flynn takes out his last coin to pay for a shine. I was sitting in about the same place as that scene and I recalled how sad, truly sad that this parody of a film was the last of an actor who was truly one of the great ones. It is sad, sad-- truly sad that this crap was the final product of a long and exciting career.

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