Marlon Brando, 1964

archival pigment print

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"Marlon Brando. Puyallup River, WA, 1964. Brando and Puyallup tribal leader Bob Satiacum talk to the press before getting arrested in a fishing protest. I love the Pierce County prosecutor's line: 'He's here to make a point. No use in prolonging this.'" - Bob Peterson

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