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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larly his conversation with his mother, had been a turning point for Bud — for the
first time, he seriously started to consider becoming an actor. During their talk,
Dodie praised him for his accomplishment, telling him that the performance he'd ...
With his daily performances in Streetcar now an exhausting torture, he seemed
even more confused about his calling as an actor. The craft of acting had become
a tiresome burden, but where his future lay he had no idea. Most people ...
3 1 4 their two titanic egos, but probably by each actor's sense of what the movie
had to be. "The picture was very personal to me," recalled the Irish-Mexican actor,
who was born in Mexico three years before the revolutionaries put down their ...
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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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