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yul brynner

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"When I am dead and buried, on my tombstone I would like to have it written, 'I have arrived.' Because when you feel that you have arrived, you are dead." - Yul Brynner

"When I am dead and buried, on my tombstone I would like to have it written, 'I have arrived.' Because when you feel that you have arrived, you are dead." - Yul Brynner

Yul Brynner

Yul Brynner

Yul Brynner July 11, 1920 – October 10, 1985  Best remembered for his role as Rameses II in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments (1956), and King Mongkut of Siam in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I (1951) for which he won two Tony Awards and an Academy Award for the film version in 1956.

Yul Brynner July 11, 1920 – October 10, 1985 Best remembered for his role as Rameses II in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments (1956), and King Mongkut of Siam in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I (1951) for which he won two Tony Awards and an Academy Award for the film version in 1956.

Handsome! But wow, our youth is  history!

Handsome! But wow, our youth is history!

Yul Brynner:  "When I am dead and buried, on my tombstone I would like to have it written, 'I have arrived.' Because when you feel that you have arrived, you are dead."

Yul Brynner: "When I am dead and buried, on my tombstone I would like to have it written, 'I have arrived.' Because when you feel that you have arrived, you are dead."

Yul Brynner, the sole reason I love bald men. My first man crush!!!!!

Yul Brynner, the sole reason I love bald men. My first man crush!!!!!

Yul Brynner as Sgt. Mike Takashima

Yul Brynner as Sgt. Mike Takashima

Yul with his son Rock. The first stop in the national tour of “The King and I” in the '50s was Hershey, Pennsylvania, the home of the famous candy bar. The city's mayor gave Yul a carton filled with Hershey bars. “They were supposed to last for the entire tour,” Virginia Gilmore said. “But my husband and Rocky finished them in one day. It was hard to know who was the bigger child.”

Yul with his son Rock. The first stop in the national tour of “The King and I” in the '50s was Hershey, Pennsylvania, the home of the famous candy bar. The city's mayor gave Yul a carton filled with Hershey bars. “They were supposed to last for the entire tour,” Virginia Gilmore said. “But my husband and Rocky finished them in one day. It was hard to know who was the bigger child.”

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