Brando on The Dick Cavett Show, June 12, 1973. With representatives of the Cheyenne, Paiute and Lummi tribes.
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can anyone tell me why jon lajoie sent me here?
Brando eloquently states the futility of life.
i would be shitting myself if i was the interviewer
you can’t see California without marlon brando’s eyes
Marlon Brando is on another level…the man could read a Chinese menu and make it sound EPIC!!!Everything he says is just amazing…there will never be another!
The audience applaud for like 10 minutes straight half the time
the last four minutes of this are great…
I have to give him credits for having the courage to bring those unpleasant issues up that could either offend or alienate many people to a extent that could be detrimental to his career. Let’s face it. He was already a big star in the world. Did he need to touch these issues for publicity?
No. I don’t get what you felt. I rather thought Brando was very intelligent and he knew how to keep the show going and viewers entertained even here just like in his movies. You may not get sense that at that time he was a real big shoot in the movie industry or in the cultural scene, thus his voice carried certain weights, which is not intimidating at all.
is it just me? or am i starting to realise after watchign this interview, why producers and directors didnt want Brando in thier movies..becuase watching this interview is actually irritating, becuase Brando is trying to say intelligent things, dont get me wrong, the whole thing of allowing indian people etc to have a voice is great. but fo rme its coming across as someone whos trying to sound smarter than they actually are and its annoying.
I liked “Last Tango in Paris”.
Cavett stupid/intellectually limited? Really?? Do your homework.
That interviewer is such a pigmy sitting before Marlon Brando. MB is speaking…substance…
the pigmy is speaking…nonsense…poor interviewer…sorry…
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