Just ain’t right. If everyone can’t have one…
This is one of my favorite De Niro movies. Amazing soundtrack, acting, etc. Directed by the one and only Martin Scorsese!
Robert De Niro in “Bloody Mama.” He went on a water and vitamin diet for this movie to look like a junkie. He was beginning the scare the director because of his health. Shelly Winters asked him, “Is a movie really worth dying for?” And Robert replied, “Yes.”
One more Al, then! With a kid again, because I think he looks amazing with kids, don’t know why…
Marlon Brando with his father Marlon Brando,Sr.
From my father, I probably acquired my strength of endurance, for he was truly a tough monkey. In later years, he reminded me of a British officer in the Bengal Lancers, perhaps a Victor McLaglen with more refinement. He was a traveling salesman who spent most of his time on the road selling calcium carbonate products—materials from the fossilized remains of ancient marine animals used in building, manufacturing and farming. It was an era when a traveling salesman slipped $5 to a bellboy, who would return with a pint of whiskey and a hooker. Then the house detective got a dollar so that the woman could stay in his room. My pop was such a man.
Excerpt from Marlon Brando’s Autobiography "Songs My Mother Taught Me"
Young Marlon Brando.
Marlon Brando Jr. with Marlon Brando Sr.