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It made Mitchum hate Hollywood with “all the venom of someone who owed it everything he had.” Yet for all his bravado, Robert Mitchum was one of Hollywood and cinema’s greatest actors.Over fifty-four years, Mitchum appeared in 110 movies.Kilmer worked as a military policeman in Japan after the Second World War where he formed a relationship with a local woman Eiko (Keiko Kishi) who was working the black market to obtain penicillin for her sick daughter.
He wanted to write a book about these gangsters but his brother Paul convinced him to turn it into a movie script instead.
tells the story of a retired detective Harry Kilmer (Mitchum) asked to rescue a friend’s daughter who has been kidnapped by a yakuza gangster, Tono (Eiji Okada).
Many which were then and are still now considered among the best movies ever made—and this was often down to the quality of Mitchum’s performance whether he on or off a horse.
While he was happy to share stories about his life and career with family and friends, Big Bad Bob had a reputation of being difficult to interview.
And all these gangsters are stricken with this terrible sense of duty and obligation, that they’re obliged to do these things, so that in the end they end up killing 25,000 people or themselves or both or mutilating themselves.