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Errol Leslie Flynn was born in Battery Point, a suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, where his father, Theodore, was a lecturer (1909) and later professor (1911) of biology at the University of Tasmania.His mother was born Lily Mary Young, but shortly after marrying Theodore at St John's Church of England, Birchgrove, Sydney, on 23 January 1909, After being dismissed from a job as a junior clerk with a Sydney shipping company for pilfering petty cash, he went to Papua New Guinea at the age of eighteen, seeking his fortune in tobacco planting and metals mining.He spent the next five years oscillating between the New Guinea frontier territory and Sydney.Australian filmmaker Charles Chauvel was making a film about the Mutiny on the Bounty, In the Wake of the Bounty (1933), a combination of dramatic re-enactments of the mutiny and a documentary on present-day Pitcairn Island.Flynn had two scenes, one as a corpse and one in flashback.His next part was slightly bigger, in Don't Bet on Blondes (1935), a B-picture screwball comedy.

Warners let him try a screwball comedy as a change of pace, Four's a Crowd (1938).For a change of pace, Warners put him in a medical melodrama, Green Light (1937), playing a crusading doctor, a role originally intended for Leslie Howard.He then made another swashbuckler, replacing Patric Knowles in what was essentially a supporting role in The Prince and the Pauper (1937).Chauvel was looking for someone to play the role of Fletcher Christian.There are different stories how Errol Flynn was cast.