Review of “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex”

Queen Elizabeth I (Bette Davis) and Robert Devereux, the Earl of Essex (Errol Flynn), in “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex.” (Warner Bros)

On Saturday, my latest article came out online in the Epoch Times. This article is a Popcorn & Inspiration review of The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex from 1939. I watched and reviewed this film for the first time two years ago as part of #CleanMovieMonth and The Third Annual Olivia de Havilland Blogathon. My review for the publication recommends this film as a good first Code or classic movie for costume drama fans to see. I enjoyed the opportunity to rewatch this masterpiece, which features some of the finest performances of Bette Davis and Errol Flynn.

Click here to read this article.

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