Sammy wore the hell out of the sharkskin suits and narrow ties that typified the ensemble's style. And at home, on the streets of Harlem, Davis was the quintessence of urban cool; his stingy-brimmed fedoras, patterned overcoats, and thick-framed glasses would have put him well at ease in the Brooklyn of today.
Brando's '60s are forgotten. They shouldn't be; it was then that Brando came into his own as a man. Beatnik rebellion gave way to grown-up purposefulness and a more serene, suited look ...Brando achieved a look of effortless power and bull-like grace.