Brando for breakfast

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Crown Publishers, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 273 pages
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A compassionate and angry account of Anna Kashfi's and Marlon Brando's life together shows how Brando's sexual compulsions, inner torments, overreaching ambitions, and eccentricity strained their marriage and illuminates the connections between Brando the

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User Review  - Jonnie - Goodreads

I may not have been wise in my decision to read a biography written by an ex-wife of one of my favorite actors. I tried to get past the first 50 pages, I really really did, however I only got to page 32 before I started thinking about what I could eat for lunch. Read full review

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User Review  - Bart - Goodreads

This one's pretty bad and nowhere near salacious as indicated. It is a straight biography of Brando with tiny bits of commentary married to a revisionist work of self-imagination that is tiresome if ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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