Assault of the Rebel Girls

Fidel is amassing revolutionary troops to attack the sugar cane fields and the sugar mills.

A Cuban girl in the States and an American girl whose Johnny is a gringo with Fidel try to ship arms to the fighters.

Errol Flynn, whose inestimable dream this was, goes to Cuba for the Hearst papers to cover the action.

Meyer and Sidaris were subsequently born of this union, also called Cuban Rebel Girls.

Flynn’s magnificent presence and voice as narrator went for naught with A.H. Weiler of the New York Times, who found “little that is entertaining, artistic or informative”.