Both Jane Fonda and Arthur Penn agreed that Marlon Brando was an amazing actor. Even though they had already finished Brando's scenes in the Chase, he continued to help in getting the other scenes right through inventing off camera. Fonda articulated how Brandon always had to understanding something but not in the conventional manner that other actors would do in terms of script. There were several intrigues behind the scenes during the Chase in which Brando played the role of Sheriff Calder. While almost all of these problems were initialized by Sam Spiegel, all of these had to be dealt with by Penn in troubled superproduction.
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