DescriptionA Marlon Brando Group of Tschotskes from Tetiaroa, Circa 1980s. Items that were give-aways at the Hotel Tetiaroa, the modest hotel on Brando's famous Polynesian Island (or atoll) that he "bought" after he fell in love with it (as well as with co-star Tarita Teriipia) while filming the 1962 MGM film, "Mutiny on the Bounty," including: an orange plastic bottle opener, a lime green plastic cigarette lighter, about 15 lapel pins, a postcard, a brochure (mentioning Brando as the owner), and a 'rate sheet' showing how it was only "$342" to spend the night at Brando's place; interestingly, Tarita ran this hotel for many years, once Brando decided he needed to open the island to tourists.
Included with a "Letter of Authenticity" signed by Alice Marchak, Marlon Brando's longtime personal assistant.
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