The Wild One “Marlon” Pic on Auction
So this could be one news to send the avid bike lovers down the memory lane and an add-on their collection of bikes, accessories and pictures. Bike lovers are sure to have watched Marlon Brando's iconic movie, “The Wild One.” The raw men vrooming around on their raw-yet-more bikes … The bikes make us skip a heartbeat yet, leaving us wondering about the hottest beauties on the earth, and no, I am not talking of the females strutting around, the hottest beauties are just the bikes used in the movie. Now for those who still craze after this movie are in for some good luck. Marlon Brando was, during the shooting of the same movie, capture clicked by Andy Warhol, styled smart and hot in leather jacket and a cap, standing next to the iconic bike, Triumph Thunderbird 650; to be noted is the fact that this was not just for a-while-usage in the movie, but Brando's own.
The picture, print titled “Marlon” has now been put on auction. It is one of those super expensive clicks and could be bought by one of you billionaires. It will be up in November for a whooping US $20 million in New York. This one image is Marlon's one of the most famous click and is supposed to be placed next to Elvis Presley's.