by Peter Manso (1994)

For almost half a century, Marlon Brando was the world's most important living actor. From A Streetcar Named Desire to The Wild One, On the Waterfront, The Godfather and Last Tango in Paris, his immense achievements will long be remembered. All his dramatic personae combined, however, pale in comparison with the real Brando—a man far more tumultuous, driven, and larger-than-life than any of the roles he's played. Brando: The Biography is the first serious portrait of this remarkable man—capturing both his genius and his shocking private life. 

Published by Hyperion                                                                                Hardcover / 1118 pgs

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