By Robert Sellers
In his follow-up to the acclaimed Hellraisers, dealers lines the intertwining lives and careers of 4 outrageous Hollywood motion picture mavericks.
“I don’t comprehend what humans count on after they meet me. they appear to be afraid that I’m going to piss within the potted palm and slap them at the ass.”—Marlon Brando
“I must have been useless ten occasions over. i think in miracles. It’s an absolute miracle that I’m nonetheless around.”—Dennis Hopper
“You merely mislead humans on your existence: your female friend and the police.”—Jack Nicholson
“The top time to get married is midday. That means, if issues don’t determine, you haven’t blown the complete day.”—Warren Beatty
They’re the baddest bad-asses Hollywood as ever visible: Marlon Brando, Dennis Hopper, Warren Beatty, and Jack Nicholson. they're males to whom ideas didn't practice; basic criteria of habit have been just too wearisome to fret approximately. those are males who brawled, boozed, snorted, and screwed their method into legendhood—but alongside the best way they replaced appearing and how videos have been made endlessly. Hollywood Hellraisers is a whistle-stop travel of jaw-dropping sexual intercourse, misbehavior of an Olympic typical, all-out extra, and actual insanity. It’s a ask yourself Hollywood survived. 24 black-and-white pictures
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