Désirée (1954)

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The rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France.


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  • Marlon Brando in "Desiree" 1954 20th Century Fox
  • Marlon Brando in Désirée (1954)
  • Marlon Brando and Merle Oberon in Désirée (1954)

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14 August 2003 | TEENQUEEN1171987
Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've never seen a Brando film before. I've never seen a Napoleon film before. But after studying Napoleon in World history class and seeing Desiree, I've come to the conclusion the Brando must be a descendant of Napoleon or something. He IS Napoleon. I wasn't that interested when my grandmother suggested it, but I don't take things at face value. I check it out. True it's not incredibly accurate, historically speaking, though a lot of it is true and someone certainly did their research. If I recall my history class correctly someone once called Napoleon "The greatest Godless man alive." or something like that. But Brando IS Napoleon. No Question.

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