Patrice Wymore
Actress and singer
Patrice Wymore
Patrice Wymore is an American television, film, and stage actress of the 1950s and 1960s.
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Sausalito Historical Society: The schooner Zaca - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
Flynn's wife at that time, Patrice Wymore, acquired the Zaca as part of his estate. She later disposed of it to an unknown party, and today [1977] it is reported to be anchored in the harbor at Cannes, completely demasted and stripped of many of its
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Star Cars: Northern Nevada is home to many movie-star machines - Reno Gazette Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
It starred in the 1953 Randolph Scott and Patrice Wymore movie "The Man Behind the Gun." ยป 1879 Clapp & Jones: This steam-powered engine was a real workhorse, both at the fire station and in the movie industry. It has appeared in three movies: 1937's
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NEW DVDS; His Wicked, Wicked Ways Go West
NYTimes - over 8 years
John Ford's ''Stagecoach,'' the legend goes, rescued the adult western from the B-movie category into which it had fallen during the first years of the Depression, making it safe again for big budgets and big stars. But that is an honor rightfully shared with Errol Flynn. This unruly Australian-born star lent his immense popularity to three hugely
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The Grandson Also Rises
NYTimes - almost 14 years
''My dream of happiness: a quiet spot by the Jamaica seashore, looking out at the activity in the ocean, hearing the wind sob with the beauty and the tragedy of everything.'' -- Errol Flynn's diary, April 4, 1954, Boston Estate, Jamaica Despite its raw tropical beauty, Errol Flynn's ''dream of happiness'' doesn't appear exactly idyllic, as a taxi
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NYTimes - about 19 years
The experience of studying abroad was a turning point in the life of LETITIA BALDRIGE, the etiquette expert, who was one of the first Americans to enroll at the University of Geneva after World War II. ''If I hadn't gone as a foreign student to Europe, I would never have had any of the jobs I subsequently got,'' she said yesterday, listing some of
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NYTimes - over 34 years
''A CCORDING to 'Linda Goodman's Sun Signs' we're affectionate, emotional, imaginative and often lonely people,'' Anita Helen Brooks told her living-roomful of Moonchildren and Leos the other evening as she toasted their birthdays with a glass of white wine. Most of Miss Brooks's guests were, like their hostess, born in July and, as she does every
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Patrice Wymore
  • 2014
    Age 87
    After suffering with a pulmonary disease for a year, Wymore, aged 87, died of natural causes in Portland, Jamaica, on March 22, 2014.
    More Details Hide Details She is survived by her grandson Luke Flynn who remembered her as 'a tough, resilient and elegant woman'.
  • 1967
    Age 40
    Her last appearance was on the television series F Troop in 1967 after which she retired.
    More Details Hide Details Flynn had left her a coconut plantation near Castle, in the parish of Portland, Jamaica, as well as a mansion and a cattle ranch. After her retirement she returned to Jamaica, where she opened a boutique and wicker furniture manufacturing business. She continued to be active in Flynn's estate, and often appeared at dedications in his honor up to the time of her death. Her grandson Luke noted 'she was as passionate about her farm as much as the movies'.
  • 1966
    Age 39
    That year she was also cast in the short-lived soap opera Never Too Young, and in 1966 she appeared in the film Chamber of Horrors.
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  • 1965
    Age 38
    In 1965 she played murder victim and title character Victoria Dawn in "The Case of the Murderous Mermaid."
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  • 1963
    Age 36
    She made three guest appearances on Perry Mason. In 1963 she appeared twice: as Maureen Norland in "The Case of the Libelous Locket," and as Jane Alder in "The Case of the Badgered Brother."
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  • 1960
    Age 33
    Following Flynn's death, Wymore returned to acting, mostly in summer stock musicals such as Carnival! Guys and Dolls, Irma La Douce, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. She made a memorable appearance as Adele Elkstrom, Frank Sinatra's character's girlfriend, in the hit film Ocean's 11 in 1960.
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  • 1959
    Age 32
    They never divorced, however, and were still married at the time of his death on October 14, 1959.
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  • 1955
    Age 28
    In 1955 she appeared with her husband Errol Flynn and Anna Neagle in the film version of King's Rhapsody.
    More Details Hide Details Although only in his forties, Flynn was already in a physical and mental decline by the time they married. Wymore took a break from acting to care for her now ailing husband, and to better raise their daughter, while settling on their estate in Jamaica. However, due to Flynn's alcohol and drug addictions, the couple separated.
  • 1953
    Age 26
    She temporarily retired from Hollywood after giving birth to her daughter, Arnella Flynn, born December 25, 1953.
    More Details Hide Details The daughter would later become a fashion model in Europe.
    In 1953, she appeared alongside Mayo in musical dramedy She's Back on Broadway, and that same year she starred opposite Randolph Scott in The Man Behind the Gun.
    More Details Hide Details By this stage Wymore had fulfilled her contract with Warner and was released.
  • 1951
    Age 24
    She also guest starred as herself in the 1951 musical film Starlift, performing the song "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)."
    More Details Hide Details It was followed by a role as saloon singer in the Kirk Douglas feature The Big Trees (1952) and a part in the musical comedy She's Working Her Way Through College, starring Virginia Mayo, in the same year.
  • 1950
    Age 23
    At the age of 23, she married the 41-year-old actor in October 1950 at the Lutheran Church, Nice, France.
    More Details Hide Details Wymore continued to act, appearing in several films over the next few years, including, musical I'll See You in My Dreams, her second film alongside Doris Day.
    Wymore's first film appearance was in the 1950 film Tea for Two, opposite Doris Day and Gordon MacRae, where she made an impression with the Latin flavoured rendition of 'Crazy Rhythm'.
    More Details Hide Details That same year she starred in Rocky Mountain opposite Hollywood legend Errol Flynn, with whom she would become romantically involved. Flynn and Wymore were traveling and living in Europe, mainly in Mallorca aboard of "Zaca" (M/Y of Flynn).
  • 1949
    Age 22
    She then performed in the Broadway musical Hold It!, for which she won a Theatre World Award for "Promising Actress". This was followed by a five-month stint in the revue All for Love in 1949, where she was discovered by a talent scout from Warner Bros. who signed her up.
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  • 1947
    Age 20
    She auditioned in New York City for a part in Up in Central Park, in which she performed in 1947.
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  • 1926
    Born on December 17, 1926.
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