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August 22, 2011

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Please note that it was all inspired by the O. Henry of his age, viz. Mr. Damon Runyon...

David Rowe
"If you can't beat em: Poem."

I love watching Brando in this. He's no Sinatra, but he's game - and his performance is a good reminder never to be afraid to try something new.

My mother used to sing "A Bushel and a Peck" to my brother and me when we were little. She too was game, but let's just say she was to Brando as Brando was to Sinatra, singing-wise.

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