Of course, as a young man, Brando took himself and his work very seriously.
Brando, who once played a gay soldier, was ahead of his time in confronting the question head-on.
Both Brando and Bertolucci were nominated for Oscars, while Schneider was snubbed.
The runaround concluded with King and Brando exchanging lip kisses.
As things turned out, both newsmagazines got their Tango cover stories, but only one had Brando in his own words.
He follows it with the vindictive "Infin, che un Brando vindice" (In fine a swift, unerring blade).
On a declivity towards the sea, is the beautiful stalactite cavern of Brando, not long since discovered.
During the interval between Brando's death and Turold's arrival, a partial destruction of the monastery took place.
During his incarceration Brando had taught himself English, which he now spoke almost fluently.
Brando was an ardent admirer of Rudyard Kipling, and could, I verily believe, have passed an examination in most of his works.