"Lying for a Living". Brando taught an acting seminar. He hired Tony Kaye to produce. For 14 days Brando discussed acting, among other things, in front of seven digital video cameras and about 40 people. The students ranged from well-known actors to unknown aspiring actors. In attendance at various times were Jon Voight
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[on American Indians] When they laid down their arms, we murdered them. We lied to them. We cheated them out of their lands. We starved them into signing fraudulent agreements that we called treaties which we never kept. We turned them into beggars on a continent that gave life for as long as life can remember. And by any interpretation of history, however twisted, we did not do right. We were ...
Was offered the role of Viktor Komarovsky in Doctor Zhivago
(1965) by double-Oscar winning director David Lean
. However, a month went by and Brando failed to respond to Lean's written inquiry into whether he wanted to play Komarovsky, so the director offered the role to James Mason
, who was a generation older than Brando. Lean decided on Mason, who initially accepted the role, as he did not want ...
Bizarrely unique voice with an extreme nasal tonality spoken in mumbles