including his dance in the bean field and his fetal-like posturing while riding on top of a train boxcar (after searching out his mother in nearby Monterey).
The most famous improvisation of the film occurs when Cal's father rejects his gift of ,000, money Cal earned by speculating in beans before the US became involved in World War I.
(For example, if "Mitsubishi" = "three diamonds" then "Mitsuboshi" will have a logo with three diamonds.) Contrast Shoddy Knockoff Product (actually trying to rip people off with names similar to brand names) and Product Placement (when the real product name is used extensively due to an endorsement deal with the company in question).
Six years after his father had left farming to become a dental technician, Dean and his family moved to Santa Monica, California.
The other two roles that defined his stardom were loner Cal Trask in East of Eden (1955) and surly ranch hand Jett Rink in Giant (1956).
After Dean died prematurely in a car crash, the only child of Winton Dean (January 17, 1908 – February 21, 1995) and Mildred Marie Wilson (September 15, 1910 – July 14, 1940).
When you want to refer to a well-known brand name, but the legal department is advising you to avoid using trademarks in your show, you can just change a few letters around to thinly disguise the brand name (Coca-Cola → Coke Colan) or snowclone the name (Dr Pepper → Mr Topper) or use the same color scheme.
In some cases, the logo itself will be changed to something which reflects the change in name.