Errol Flynn's widow Patrice Wymore has died at the age of 87. The actress passed away in Portland, Jamaica on Saturday (22Mar14) after a long illness.
Wymore first appeared on the big screen opposite Doris Day and Gordon MacRae in 1950's Tea for Two following several Broadway gigs in the late 1940s, including Hold It! and All for Love.
She fell in love with Flynn while co-starring in Rocky Mountain in 1950 and the pair married later that year.
In 1953, they welcomed a daughter, Arnella Flynn, who went on to become a fashion model in Europe. She died in 1998 from an apparent drug overdose.
Wymore continued to act and appeared in such films as the original Ocean's Eleven, The Big Trees and I'll See You in My Dreams.
Flynn passed away in 1959.
The Last Of Robin Hood will focus on the controversial relationship between Flynn, played by Kevin Klein, and teenage actress Beverly Aadland, who was with him when he died in 1959 at the age of 50.
Flynn, who was cleared of statutory rape charges in 1942, was married to actress Patrice Wymore until his death, but romanced Aadland after casting her in his final film, Cuban Rebel Girls.
Susan Sarandon will play Beverly's mum Florence Aadland, who wrote 1961 book The Big Love about Flynn's relationship with her daughter.
The film is due for release later this year (13).