Brando: The Biography
Using information gathered from seven years of research and hundreds of interviews, a respected biographer offers an insightful and revealing look at the troubled and fabled life of Marlon Brando, one of the most acclaimed actors of his generation.
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Even if Countess was another ordeal, Brando seemed to enjoy London, then the
hip epicenter of the sixties youth culture. Skirts were up; working-class accents
were fashionable, and there were discos, drugs, and parties nightly.
Marlon's new girlfriend, whom Tamarin had noticed as a constant presence in the
new house, was Esther Anderson, a twenty-two-year-old from Jamaica. She had
studied with Stella Adler in New York, then gone to London, where she had ...
Halliwell, Leslie. Halliwell's Film Guide. 6th ed. London: Paladin Grafton, 1988. .
Halliwell's Filmgoer's Companion. 9th ed. London: Grafton, 1988. Hart, Moss. Act
One: An Autobiography. New York: Random House, 1959. Hartnoll, Phyllis, ed.
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This biography, much discussed even before its publication, is as mammoth as Brando himself—and a compelling read. Most of the details supplied by Manso (Mailer: His Life and Times, 1985, etc ... Read full review
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A scandal-loving biographer's dream, Marlon Brando has led a tumultuous life, complete with unhappy childhood, an active and varied sex life, troubled children of his own (son Christian is now in ... Read full review
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