DescriptionA Marlon Brando Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Photographs by Mary Ellen Mark from "The Missouri Breaks." United Artists, 1976. Eight total, all original prints with a semi-gloss finish, depicting Brando on the set with co-star Jack Nicholson, with his longtime personal assistant Alice Marchak, with unidentified men, and alone, all have stamps on the verso reading in part "Not for Publication" and "Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark;" given to Brando by the photographer and then given by Brando to Marchak; included with a Letter of Provenance from Alice Marchak, Brando's longtime assistant.
11" x 14"
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