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Charles Bronson – photos and quotes

Charles Bronson

“Someday I’d like a part where I can lean my elbow against a mantelpiece and have a cocktail.”Charles Bronson

 

Charles Bronson Native American Indian

Press Photo Caption reads: NOW I’VE SEEN EVERYTHING – Charles Bronson, a Hollywood Indian, is ‘shot’ by two Indian maidens during Arizona locationing on ‘Drum Beat,’ Warner Bros.’ action-drama starring Alan Ladd. In the CinemaScope-WarnerColor picture Bronson portrays Captain Jack, renegade chief of the Modocs.

 

Magnificent 7

Magnificent Seven figurines of Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Steve McQueen, Brad Dexter, Robert Vaughn, Horst Buscholz and Yul Brynner.

 

"In Europe, they're trying to make pictures for the international market. In America, most pictures are made for the national market. At one time, people were interested in America and wanted to know what it was all about. People are no longer that interested in America. They don't think this is the land of golden opportunity anymore." -- Charles Bronson (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“In Europe, they’re trying to make pictures for the international market. In America, most pictures are made for the national market. At one time, people were interested in America and wanted to know what it was all about. People are no longer that interested in America. They don’t think this is the land of golden opportunity anymore.”Charles Bronson

Source: Waka Tsunoda (1973)

Photo: Red Sun (1971). With Alain Delon

 

"You don't have action for action's sake - especially the violence, it has to be integrated and very realistic, otherwise it all becomes caricature and cartoon." -- Charles Bronson (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“You don’t have action for action’s sake – especially the violence, it has to be integrated and very realistic, otherwise it all becomes caricature and cartoon.”Charles Bronson

Source: John Laycock (1973)

Photo: The Mechanic (1972). With Jan-Michael Vincent.

 

"The reason I'm popular through the rest of the world is they believe me. Yeah. You can put a lot of actors in an action part and they won't believe him. They're very astute about the difference between male and female in Europe. No matter if he snarls, if there's any femininity in his walk, they won't believe him. It's not easy to do action and be accepted, believe me." -- Charles Bronson (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“The reason I’m popular through the rest of the world is they believe me. Yeah. You can put a lot of actors in an action part and they won’t believe him. They’re very astute about the difference between male and female in Europe. No matter if he snarls, if there’s any femininity in his walk, they won’t believe him. It’s not easy to do action and be accepted, believe me.”Charles Bronson

Source: John Laycock (1973)

Photo: The Stone Killers (1973)

 

Charles Bronson in Death Wish (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“That vigilante story, you know, caused me quite a bit of trouble.”Charles Bronson

Source: Jay Maeder (1985)

Photo: Death Wish (1974)

 

Charles Bronson in "Death Wish" (1974). Bizarre Los Angeles

“He’s an average guy, an average New Yorker. In wartime, he would be a conscientious objector. His whole approach to life is gentle, and he has raised his daughter that way. Now he has second thoughts, and he becomes a killer.”Charles Bronson

Photo: Death Wish (1974)

 

 

 

 

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