Brando: A Life in Our Times

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From the very beginning of his career, Marlon Brando has assumed a position in our public life unlike any other actor. In this unique and deeply informed book, the author examines the life and the work of this great actor and his enduring, one-sided but highly intimate relationship with his audience. Includes four 8-page inserts.

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BRANDO: A Life in Our Times

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The best Brando biography ever, focusing on his films and acting, by Time film critic Schickel (Intimate Strangers, 1986, etc.). Schickel's opening chapter speaks directly to "Marlon Brando'' and ... Read full review

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Many biographies of Marlon Brando have already been published (e.g., Gary Carey's Marlon Brando: The Only Contender , St. Martin's, 1985; Christopher Nickens's Brando: A Biography in Photographs ... Read full review

Contents

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1
AGE OF INNOCENCE
13
AGE OF CONSENT
27
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About the author (1991)

Richard Schickel is film critic of "Time". His most recent book is "Brando: A Life in Our Times.

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