"I'd like to think that from the seventies onward Brando stopped listening to directors and assistants and his always fuzzy conception of common sense and began taking orders directly from The Great Gazoo, the effeminate green space alien only Fred Flinstone could see."
"Like a large number of men, I, too, have had homosexual experiences and I am not ashamed. I have never paid much attention to what people think about me. But if there is someone who is convinced that Jack Nicholson and I are lovers, may they continue to do so. I find it amusing."
— The man himself.
The motion picture community has been as responsible as any for degrading the Indian and making a mockery of his character, describing his as savage, hostile and evil. It's hard enough for children to grow up in this world. When Indian children watch television, and they watch films, and when they see their race depicted as they are in films, their minds become injured in ways we can never know.
— Marlon Brando, March 30th 1973, New York Times.