In 1958 he starred in an unsold pilot called "Chicago Beat", about a plainclothes detective with the knack for solving baffling crimes.
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Fear is possibly the greatest motivation there is. But, as I said before, by pretending not to fear, you can make it work for you and get the job done. Every actor is full of doubts about himself, and I'm no exception. If you see those fears in yourself - and expose them - the audience can associate with you more deeply than if you try to play it safe and pretend to be the invincible tough guy. ...
Could not ride a motorcycle at the time The Wild One
(1953) was filmed but, determined not to be bettered by the star, Marlon Brando
, he quickly learned. He later became a keen competitor on his Triumph 200cc Tiger Cub in desert races.
Films often portrayed his liberal politics