Names make news. Last week those names made this news:
Cinemactor Marlon (Julius Caesar) Brando, whose eccentricities have never needed jazzing up by Hollywood press-agents, confided to a United Press reporter that he is really quite normal, not the odd number the public reads about in columns and fan-magazine chronicles.
Muttered he: "Every time someone interviews me, it comes out like I'm blowing my top." Then he blew his top about U.S.
actresses ("all look alike . . . wiggling their rear ends"), television ("worse than the movies"), movies ("brutality, lust, sex and suffering"), and Americans in general ("peasant stock"). With that off his...