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Philip Eade, in his book, , has her describing the plot as a “ridiculous story about a girl who dressed up as a boy and chased James Brooke through the jungles of Sarawak.” The Ranee insisted on historical accuracy and the biggest inaccuracy in the script was the portrayal of Brooke as a Casanova, which Sylvia deemed impossible because Brooke, while serving in the Bengal army of the British East India Company, had sustained a wound that “forever stilled his sexual passions.” When Flynn protested, “You can’t have a motion picture without love”, Eade writes that Sylvia replied, “And you can’t have James Brooke with it.” And this is probably why could never be made for the last 80 years.

According to historybuff.com, Warner Brothers tried numerous times to film it, only to run into all sorts of difficulties, including the Second World War and the implacable Ranee.

Brooke befriended many boy proteges, especially 13-year-old midshipmen.

It remains unknown if the child was really his offspring or a ‘beard’ for Brooke.

It will be interesting to see how Allyn and company will tackle this most delicate aspect of the first White Rajah.

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There’s a reason why for decades filmmakers could not make a movie on Sarawak’s first White Rajah. That, of course, is the well-known story of James Brooke, founder of the White Rajah dynasty in Sarawak in 1842.

A battle-scarred English soldier of fortune arrives on the exotic island of Borneo, fights off pirates and puts down a rebellion for the Sultan of Brunei and four years later is rewarded with his own kingdom.

And the person helming the project back then was none other than Hollywood legend Errol Flynn who wrote a film script called, yup, and considered himself the perfect actor to play Brooke.

With Warner Brothers buying the film rights, it should have been a breeze to produce it.

The studios finally gave up and sold the rights in 1968. Historybuff calls the “most doomed movie in Hollywood history.” And now Rob Allyn’s Margate House Films has been trying to bring James Brooke to the big screen since 2013.

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