(qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous), Other Works We would like to express to you our deepest thanks for your contribution. He was in The Way to the Gold (1957), The Lonely Man (1957), The Tin Star (1957), Cry Terror! Marshal (1973) with John Wayne, Scalawag (1973), The Magician, The Deadly Trackers (1973) with Richard Harris, Killdozer (1974), Death Stalk (1975), Police Story, Police Woman, Barbary Coast, Kojak, Mobile One, McCloud, Psychic Killer (1975), Island of Adventure, The Quest, and Captains and the Kings. He once had over 30,000 books until a 1978 Malibu home fire destroyed most of them. A voracious reader, he owned one of the largest private libraries in Hollywood with over 5,000 books. Neville Brand joined the US Army in 1939, bent on a career in the military. He was top billed in his last film, Evils of the Night (1985). The characterization—including in the television series pilot episode an odd broken-English pseudo-Italian accent which the American-born Capone did not have in real life - caused an outcry from the Italian American community over stereotypes. Eldest of eight children. (1970). Drama: James Arness Will Star in Rome; Neville Brand to Menace Jack Palance Schallert, Edwin. His other awards and decorations are the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three Battle Stars, one Overseas Service Bar, one Service Stripe, and the Combat Infantryman's Badge. Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. ?) Best remembered for his despicable scar-faced heavies, he achieved infamy playing Al Capone on the TV show "The Untouchables" and in the film, Known for his "bad guy" terrorizing roles, he was well remembered for killing off. Bill. Schallert, Edwin. [11] He and his wife, Rae, had three daughters. He was, however, according to official military records, the recipient of the Silver Star for gallantry in combat. His film debut was in Port of New York (1949). Neville was raised in Kewanee, Illinois, where he attended high school. Brand became well known as a villain when he killed the character played by Elvis Presley in Love Me Tender (1956). Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth.

Brand was given the star role in a TV series, Laredo (1965–67) which ran for 56 episodes.[9]. Brand was uncredited in My Foolish Heart (1949), Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950), and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) but had a good role on TV in The Bigelow Theatre. He played Hoss Cartwright's (Dan Blocker) Swedish uncle Gunnar Borgstrom on Bonanza in the episode "The Last Viking". Neville Brand interesting facts, biography, family, updates, life, childhood facts, information and more: Michelle Beuttel Brand Daughter, Katrina Brand Daughter, Mary Raymer Brand Daughter, Peter Brown, Philip Carey, William Smith, Bruce Dern, Coleen Gray. He played Al Capone in The George Raft Story (1961), The Scarface Mob (1959), and TV's The Untouchables (1959). ( divorced) ( 1 child). 'BODY AND SOUL' ADEQUATE PUNCH Page, Don. Won the Sylvania Award in 1958 for his lead role as Willie Stark in the TV special "All the King's Men". Brand, 71, died Thursday of emphysema in a Sacramento hospital. [14] After a private funeral service[15] he was cremated, and his remains were interred in a niche of the Morning Glory Room at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. Brand moved up to leading roles with Man Crazy (1953) and then Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954). Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. His parents divorced when he was 13. Once a civilian again, he used his GI Bill education assistance to study drama with the American Theater Wing and then appeared in several Broadway plays. Father, Leo Thomas Brand, was a bridge builder and mother Helen Louise Davis. Tora! Publicity Listings He played Capone twice on the show, in the pilot and in the double episode "The Big Train". Brand was now much in demand as a support actor, appearing in The Charge at Feather River (1953), The Man from the Alamo (1953), and Gun Fury (1953).

[16], Neville Brand; Tough-Guy Actor, Decorated War Hero, Neville Brand Signed for 'Kansas City 117'. He had a key part in Five Days from Home (1978) directed by George Peppard, and in Angels' Brigade (1979). He had lead roles in Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) and Fury at Gunsight Pass (1956) and supported in Raw Edge (1956), and Mohawk (1956). In 1980, Brand appeared as Major Marvin Groper in The Ninth Configuration, written and directed by The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty. (1969), Three Guns for Texas (1968), and TV's Laredo (1965). He was in The Desperados (1969) and played U.S. Navy Lieutenant Kaminsky, ignored as he tried to warn his commander of the opening skirmish in Tora! Brand was top billed in Eaten Alive (1976) directed by Tobe Hooper.

Neville Brand was born in Griswold, Iowa to Leo and Helen Brand as one of seven children. His third wife was Ramona. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth. Brand's personal life was complicated. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Brand, a genuine decorated veteran, portrays a phony war hero, a coward who obtained his prize trophy (a Japanese soldier's sword) by murdering a Japanese officer after he had surrendered. Neville Brand (born Lawrence Neville Brand; August 13, 1920–April 16, 1992) was an American television and movie actor. Neville Brand's 5-Year Lost Weekend: New Spring in His Step Stingley, Jim. This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 19:10.

{{ links"/> (qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous), Other Works We would like to express to you our deepest thanks for your contribution. He was in The Way to the Gold (1957), The Lonely Man (1957), The Tin Star (1957), Cry Terror! Marshal (1973) with John Wayne, Scalawag (1973), The Magician, The Deadly Trackers (1973) with Richard Harris, Killdozer (1974), Death Stalk (1975), Police Story, Police Woman, Barbary Coast, Kojak, Mobile One, McCloud, Psychic Killer (1975), Island of Adventure, The Quest, and Captains and the Kings. He once had over 30,000 books until a 1978 Malibu home fire destroyed most of them. A voracious reader, he owned one of the largest private libraries in Hollywood with over 5,000 books. Neville Brand joined the US Army in 1939, bent on a career in the military. He was top billed in his last film, Evils of the Night (1985). The characterization—including in the television series pilot episode an odd broken-English pseudo-Italian accent which the American-born Capone did not have in real life - caused an outcry from the Italian American community over stereotypes. Eldest of eight children. (1970). Drama: James Arness Will Star in Rome; Neville Brand to Menace Jack Palance Schallert, Edwin. His other awards and decorations are the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three Battle Stars, one Overseas Service Bar, one Service Stripe, and the Combat Infantryman's Badge. Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. ?) Best remembered for his despicable scar-faced heavies, he achieved infamy playing Al Capone on the TV show "The Untouchables" and in the film, Known for his "bad guy" terrorizing roles, he was well remembered for killing off. Bill. Schallert, Edwin. [11] He and his wife, Rae, had three daughters. He was, however, according to official military records, the recipient of the Silver Star for gallantry in combat. His film debut was in Port of New York (1949). Neville was raised in Kewanee, Illinois, where he attended high school. Brand became well known as a villain when he killed the character played by Elvis Presley in Love Me Tender (1956). Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth.

Brand was given the star role in a TV series, Laredo (1965–67) which ran for 56 episodes.[9]. Brand was uncredited in My Foolish Heart (1949), Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950), and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) but had a good role on TV in The Bigelow Theatre. He played Hoss Cartwright's (Dan Blocker) Swedish uncle Gunnar Borgstrom on Bonanza in the episode "The Last Viking". Neville Brand interesting facts, biography, family, updates, life, childhood facts, information and more: Michelle Beuttel Brand Daughter, Katrina Brand Daughter, Mary Raymer Brand Daughter, Peter Brown, Philip Carey, William Smith, Bruce Dern, Coleen Gray. He played Al Capone in The George Raft Story (1961), The Scarface Mob (1959), and TV's The Untouchables (1959). ( divorced) ( 1 child). 'BODY AND SOUL' ADEQUATE PUNCH Page, Don. Won the Sylvania Award in 1958 for his lead role as Willie Stark in the TV special "All the King's Men". Brand, 71, died Thursday of emphysema in a Sacramento hospital. [14] After a private funeral service[15] he was cremated, and his remains were interred in a niche of the Morning Glory Room at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. Brand moved up to leading roles with Man Crazy (1953) and then Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954). Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. His parents divorced when he was 13. Once a civilian again, he used his GI Bill education assistance to study drama with the American Theater Wing and then appeared in several Broadway plays. Father, Leo Thomas Brand, was a bridge builder and mother Helen Louise Davis. Tora! Publicity Listings He played Capone twice on the show, in the pilot and in the double episode "The Big Train". Brand was now much in demand as a support actor, appearing in The Charge at Feather River (1953), The Man from the Alamo (1953), and Gun Fury (1953).

[16], Neville Brand; Tough-Guy Actor, Decorated War Hero, Neville Brand Signed for 'Kansas City 117'. He had a key part in Five Days from Home (1978) directed by George Peppard, and in Angels' Brigade (1979). He had lead roles in Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) and Fury at Gunsight Pass (1956) and supported in Raw Edge (1956), and Mohawk (1956). In 1980, Brand appeared as Major Marvin Groper in The Ninth Configuration, written and directed by The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty. (1969), Three Guns for Texas (1968), and TV's Laredo (1965). He was in The Desperados (1969) and played U.S. Navy Lieutenant Kaminsky, ignored as he tried to warn his commander of the opening skirmish in Tora! Brand was top billed in Eaten Alive (1976) directed by Tobe Hooper.

Neville Brand was born in Griswold, Iowa to Leo and Helen Brand as one of seven children. His third wife was Ramona. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth. Brand's personal life was complicated. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Brand, a genuine decorated veteran, portrays a phony war hero, a coward who obtained his prize trophy (a Japanese soldier's sword) by murdering a Japanese officer after he had surrendered. Neville Brand (born Lawrence Neville Brand; August 13, 1920–April 16, 1992) was an American television and movie actor. Neville Brand's 5-Year Lost Weekend: New Spring in His Step Stingley, Jim. This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 19:10.

{{ links" /> (qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous), Other Works We would like to express to you our deepest thanks for your contribution. He was in The Way to the Gold (1957), The Lonely Man (1957), The Tin Star (1957), Cry Terror! Marshal (1973) with John Wayne, Scalawag (1973), The Magician, The Deadly Trackers (1973) with Richard Harris, Killdozer (1974), Death Stalk (1975), Police Story, Police Woman, Barbary Coast, Kojak, Mobile One, McCloud, Psychic Killer (1975), Island of Adventure, The Quest, and Captains and the Kings. He once had over 30,000 books until a 1978 Malibu home fire destroyed most of them. A voracious reader, he owned one of the largest private libraries in Hollywood with over 5,000 books. Neville Brand joined the US Army in 1939, bent on a career in the military. He was top billed in his last film, Evils of the Night (1985). The characterization—including in the television series pilot episode an odd broken-English pseudo-Italian accent which the American-born Capone did not have in real life - caused an outcry from the Italian American community over stereotypes. Eldest of eight children. (1970). Drama: James Arness Will Star in Rome; Neville Brand to Menace Jack Palance Schallert, Edwin. His other awards and decorations are the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three Battle Stars, one Overseas Service Bar, one Service Stripe, and the Combat Infantryman's Badge. Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. ?) Best remembered for his despicable scar-faced heavies, he achieved infamy playing Al Capone on the TV show "The Untouchables" and in the film, Known for his "bad guy" terrorizing roles, he was well remembered for killing off. Bill. Schallert, Edwin. [11] He and his wife, Rae, had three daughters. He was, however, according to official military records, the recipient of the Silver Star for gallantry in combat. His film debut was in Port of New York (1949). Neville was raised in Kewanee, Illinois, where he attended high school. Brand became well known as a villain when he killed the character played by Elvis Presley in Love Me Tender (1956). Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth.

Brand was given the star role in a TV series, Laredo (1965–67) which ran for 56 episodes.[9]. Brand was uncredited in My Foolish Heart (1949), Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950), and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) but had a good role on TV in The Bigelow Theatre. He played Hoss Cartwright's (Dan Blocker) Swedish uncle Gunnar Borgstrom on Bonanza in the episode "The Last Viking". Neville Brand interesting facts, biography, family, updates, life, childhood facts, information and more: Michelle Beuttel Brand Daughter, Katrina Brand Daughter, Mary Raymer Brand Daughter, Peter Brown, Philip Carey, William Smith, Bruce Dern, Coleen Gray. He played Al Capone in The George Raft Story (1961), The Scarface Mob (1959), and TV's The Untouchables (1959). ( divorced) ( 1 child). 'BODY AND SOUL' ADEQUATE PUNCH Page, Don. Won the Sylvania Award in 1958 for his lead role as Willie Stark in the TV special "All the King's Men". Brand, 71, died Thursday of emphysema in a Sacramento hospital. [14] After a private funeral service[15] he was cremated, and his remains were interred in a niche of the Morning Glory Room at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. Brand moved up to leading roles with Man Crazy (1953) and then Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954). Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. His parents divorced when he was 13. Once a civilian again, he used his GI Bill education assistance to study drama with the American Theater Wing and then appeared in several Broadway plays. Father, Leo Thomas Brand, was a bridge builder and mother Helen Louise Davis. Tora! Publicity Listings He played Capone twice on the show, in the pilot and in the double episode "The Big Train". Brand was now much in demand as a support actor, appearing in The Charge at Feather River (1953), The Man from the Alamo (1953), and Gun Fury (1953).

[16], Neville Brand; Tough-Guy Actor, Decorated War Hero, Neville Brand Signed for 'Kansas City 117'. He had a key part in Five Days from Home (1978) directed by George Peppard, and in Angels' Brigade (1979). He had lead roles in Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) and Fury at Gunsight Pass (1956) and supported in Raw Edge (1956), and Mohawk (1956). In 1980, Brand appeared as Major Marvin Groper in The Ninth Configuration, written and directed by The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty. (1969), Three Guns for Texas (1968), and TV's Laredo (1965). He was in The Desperados (1969) and played U.S. Navy Lieutenant Kaminsky, ignored as he tried to warn his commander of the opening skirmish in Tora! Brand was top billed in Eaten Alive (1976) directed by Tobe Hooper.

Neville Brand was born in Griswold, Iowa to Leo and Helen Brand as one of seven children. His third wife was Ramona. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth. Brand's personal life was complicated. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Brand, a genuine decorated veteran, portrays a phony war hero, a coward who obtained his prize trophy (a Japanese soldier's sword) by murdering a Japanese officer after he had surrendered. Neville Brand (born Lawrence Neville Brand; August 13, 1920–April 16, 1992) was an American television and movie actor. Neville Brand's 5-Year Lost Weekend: New Spring in His Step Stingley, Jim. This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 19:10.

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After his schooling, he helped support the family employed as a soda jerk, waiter, and shoe salesman in Kewanee.He entered the Illinois Army National Guard on October 23, 1939 as a private i… Brand, a sergeant and platoon leader, was wounded in action along the Weser River on April 7, 1945. Of the hundreds of roles he played, he is probably most well known as Al Capone on the television series The Untouchables. In the 1970s Brand could be seen in Westward the Wagon (1971), Lock, Stock and Barrel (1971), The Chicago Teddy Bears, Marriage: Year One, and The Smith Family. He followed it with Gun Brothers (1956). [8], He guest-starred on Straightaway, Cain's Hundred, Death Valley Days, The Joey Bishop Show, Naked City, The DuPont Show of the Week, Ben Casey, Rawhide, The Lieutenant, Theatre of Stars, Arrest and Trial, Destry, Wagon Train, Suspense, Combat!, and Gunsmoke.and the Virginian. Wise, James E., Jr. and Paul W. Wilderson III. Neville Brand family: Michelle Beuttel Brand Daughter, Katrina Brand Daughter, Mary Raymer Brand Daughter It was while he was in the army that he made his acting debut, in Army training films, and this experience apparently changed the direction of his life. He had the distinction of being the first actor to portray outlaw Butch Cassidy, in the film The Three Outlaws opposite Alan Hale Jr. as the Sundance Kid.

He also attended the Geller Drama School in Los Angeles on the G.I. John Carradine, Neville Brand Rescued in 2 Southland Blazes, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, "Neville Brand, 71, Craggy Actor Known for Many Roles as Villains", "Death takes tough-guy actor Neville Brand, 71", Neville Brand: Setting the Record Straight, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Neville_Brand&oldid=977421874, Internet Broadway Database person ID same as Wikidata, Turner Classic Movies person ID same as Wikidata, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Brand's parts slowly grew bigger: Halls of Montezuma (1951), Only the Valiant (1951), The Mob (1951), and Red Mountain (1951). |  He died from emphysema in 1992 during his stay at Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento, California. Kat Parsons (qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous), Other Works We would like to express to you our deepest thanks for your contribution. He was in The Way to the Gold (1957), The Lonely Man (1957), The Tin Star (1957), Cry Terror! Marshal (1973) with John Wayne, Scalawag (1973), The Magician, The Deadly Trackers (1973) with Richard Harris, Killdozer (1974), Death Stalk (1975), Police Story, Police Woman, Barbary Coast, Kojak, Mobile One, McCloud, Psychic Killer (1975), Island of Adventure, The Quest, and Captains and the Kings. He once had over 30,000 books until a 1978 Malibu home fire destroyed most of them. A voracious reader, he owned one of the largest private libraries in Hollywood with over 5,000 books. Neville Brand joined the US Army in 1939, bent on a career in the military. He was top billed in his last film, Evils of the Night (1985). The characterization—including in the television series pilot episode an odd broken-English pseudo-Italian accent which the American-born Capone did not have in real life - caused an outcry from the Italian American community over stereotypes. Eldest of eight children. (1970). Drama: James Arness Will Star in Rome; Neville Brand to Menace Jack Palance Schallert, Edwin. His other awards and decorations are the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three Battle Stars, one Overseas Service Bar, one Service Stripe, and the Combat Infantryman's Badge. Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. ?) Best remembered for his despicable scar-faced heavies, he achieved infamy playing Al Capone on the TV show "The Untouchables" and in the film, Known for his "bad guy" terrorizing roles, he was well remembered for killing off. Bill. Schallert, Edwin. [11] He and his wife, Rae, had three daughters. He was, however, according to official military records, the recipient of the Silver Star for gallantry in combat. His film debut was in Port of New York (1949). Neville was raised in Kewanee, Illinois, where he attended high school. Brand became well known as a villain when he killed the character played by Elvis Presley in Love Me Tender (1956). Brand was an insatiable reader who amassed a collection of 30,000 books over the years, many of which were destroyed in a 1978 fire at his Malibu home. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth.

Brand was given the star role in a TV series, Laredo (1965–67) which ran for 56 episodes.[9]. Brand was uncredited in My Foolish Heart (1949), Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950), and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) but had a good role on TV in The Bigelow Theatre. He played Hoss Cartwright's (Dan Blocker) Swedish uncle Gunnar Borgstrom on Bonanza in the episode "The Last Viking". Neville Brand interesting facts, biography, family, updates, life, childhood facts, information and more: Michelle Beuttel Brand Daughter, Katrina Brand Daughter, Mary Raymer Brand Daughter, Peter Brown, Philip Carey, William Smith, Bruce Dern, Coleen Gray. He played Al Capone in The George Raft Story (1961), The Scarface Mob (1959), and TV's The Untouchables (1959). ( divorced) ( 1 child). 'BODY AND SOUL' ADEQUATE PUNCH Page, Don. Won the Sylvania Award in 1958 for his lead role as Willie Stark in the TV special "All the King's Men". Brand, 71, died Thursday of emphysema in a Sacramento hospital. [14] After a private funeral service[15] he was cremated, and his remains were interred in a niche of the Morning Glory Room at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. Brand moved up to leading roles with Man Crazy (1953) and then Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954). Married at least three times, he had one daughter, Mary, by his first wife, and two daughters, Katrina and Michelle, by his third, Mae. His parents divorced when he was 13. Once a civilian again, he used his GI Bill education assistance to study drama with the American Theater Wing and then appeared in several Broadway plays. Father, Leo Thomas Brand, was a bridge builder and mother Helen Louise Davis. Tora! Publicity Listings He played Capone twice on the show, in the pilot and in the double episode "The Big Train". Brand was now much in demand as a support actor, appearing in The Charge at Feather River (1953), The Man from the Alamo (1953), and Gun Fury (1953).

[16], Neville Brand; Tough-Guy Actor, Decorated War Hero, Neville Brand Signed for 'Kansas City 117'. He had a key part in Five Days from Home (1978) directed by George Peppard, and in Angels' Brigade (1979). He had lead roles in Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) and Fury at Gunsight Pass (1956) and supported in Raw Edge (1956), and Mohawk (1956). In 1980, Brand appeared as Major Marvin Groper in The Ninth Configuration, written and directed by The Exorcist author William Peter Blatty. (1969), Three Guns for Texas (1968), and TV's Laredo (1965). He was in The Desperados (1969) and played U.S. Navy Lieutenant Kaminsky, ignored as he tried to warn his commander of the opening skirmish in Tora! Brand was top billed in Eaten Alive (1976) directed by Tobe Hooper.

Neville Brand was born in Griswold, Iowa to Leo and Helen Brand as one of seven children. His third wife was Ramona. Worked a number of menial jobs in his youth. Brand's personal life was complicated. He was a bootblack, a waiter and soda jerk. Brand, a genuine decorated veteran, portrays a phony war hero, a coward who obtained his prize trophy (a Japanese soldier's sword) by murdering a Japanese officer after he had surrendered. Neville Brand (born Lawrence Neville Brand; August 13, 1920–April 16, 1992) was an American television and movie actor. Neville Brand's 5-Year Lost Weekend: New Spring in His Step Stingley, Jim. This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 19:10.

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