Well, he did like offbeat types. Didn't he chase Elaine Stritch and Kaye Ballard?
"Your nails...they're so LONG! I MUST have sex with you!"
I would believe it. This is Brando in the 70's!
I'm more intrigued by Barbra doing pot with Peter Sellers.
I'm more surprised that she admitted to smoking pot. I remember some interview article maybe 15 years ago and she was VERY anti drug. Said she never "got into that whole scene", she claimed she'd never done any drugs, and she never would. I thought that she was BS-ing then and I think she's BS-ing now. I might believe her if she'd made the claim about a living actor.
It's part of the new hip and happening Barbra, who acts like she's one of the guys and is so candid and funny about herself. But don't buy it!
One can smoke a few joints and still consider yourself not in the drug scene.
She spoke about smoking pot in the 70s a number of times and even worked it into a concert she gave for George McGovern (with James Taylor and Carol King I think.) It's on the album.
Almost any kid or young adult smoke a little pot in those days. I certainly take it on her word that she did not get into the serious drug scene that happens in the music business then and now. It was pretty obvious that she did not- for any number of reasons.
Please, marijuana is not a drug scene item.
Smoking pot is different than being in a drug scene. I smoke pot all the time but won't touch anything else illegal.
He thought she was hiding a Bic Mac in her left nostril.
Of course it's true. Barbra was a huge Brando fan and he knoew it. Barbra even paid tribute to Brando in her 1994 tour.
He tried to make her go to his bed, but she said no, no, no!
Brando and Wally Cox were fb; not so hard to imagine him going for Barbra.
Once upon a time, Barbra had one of the best asses in Hollywood. No doubt Marlon wanted to fuck it.
Of course they fucked. Barbra was totally into Brando when she was a teenager. She would have jumped at the chance. And why not?
But by saying she didn't she sounds classy.
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But it was time for a change and with the huge shift to mobile it was long overdue. We've taken this opportunity not only to update the look but also make major changes under the hood (or "bonnet" if you're either British or pretentious or both). And we have to prepare for 2016 - a presidential election year where we can normally expect to see a 60% jump in traffic (yes, we've seen 5 presidential elections so far…Christ we're old).
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