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He defines a brave bull as one who "freely and willingly...
That made it 48-20 and it was game well and truly over, although the brave Bulls continued to battle on and Kearney grabbed his second converted score.
The brave Bulls blunted the traditional free-flowing rugby of the Wolves, who were forced to work surprisingly hard for their fourth win of the season, which puts them three points clear of defending champions Leeds, their next opponents at Headingley on Friday.
TWO goals from Craig Mackail-Smith saw off the brave Bulls in a game where Hereford dominated but failed to find a way past Posh goalkeeper Joe Lewis.
Apart from his marriage to Hepburn, whom he met in 1954 when they both performed in a play in New York, Ferrer was best known for his roles in Brave Bulls, a 1951 film on the life of a bullfighter, in Lili, a 1953 romance in which he played a lame puppeteer opposite Leslie Caron, The Sun Also Rises and in the 1956 epic War and Peace, in which he played prince Andrei Bolkonsky opposite Henry Fonda and Hepburn.
He also won critical acclaim as Luis Bello in Robert Rossen's 1951 depiction of the public and private life of a bullfighter in "The Brave Bulls" and starred opposite Hepburn in 1956's "War and Peace."