In Time to Come. Drama. Written by Howard Koch
and John Huston
. Directed by Otto Preminger
. Mansfield Theatre: 28 Dec 1941- 31 Jan 1942 (40 performances). Cast: Maurice Burke, Alexander Clark (as "Dr. Cary Grayson"), Russell Collins
(as "Col. House"), Philip Coolidge (as "Smith"), Richard Gaines
(as "Woodrow Wilson"), Robert ...
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[on Marlon Brando
] Brando was something else entirely. Brando had an explosive thing; you felt something smoldering, dangerous, about to ignite at times. Did you see Julius Caesar
(1953)? Christ! I will never forget that; it was like a furnace door opening - the heat came off the screen. I don't know another actor who could do that.
His WW II documentary Let There Be Light
(1946) was one of the first, if not the first, films to deal with the issue of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder of soldiers returning from the war. Huston actually said that, "If I ever do a movie that glorifies war, somebody shoot me." This documentary was based on his front-line experiences covering the European war and what he saw soldiers go through ...
Gravelly smoke burnished voice