Marlon Brando
Date of birth: 03-04-1924
Date of death: 01-07-2004
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an Oscar-winning American actor who is widely regarded as one of the greatest film actors of the 20th century

an Oscar-winning American actor who is widely regarded as one of the greatest film actors of the 20th century

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  • 1 year, 9 months
    created memory in Marlon Brando

    Ever since i watched 'A Street car named desire' i was hooked, always admired your work and thought you were a great inspirational actor, you will be dearly missed, love and kisses!

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    6 months, 2 weeks

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  • 3 years, 8 months
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    I was 14 years old in 1969 when "The Chase" appeared on the TV schedule. My older brother James said, "You should watch it, it's great - you'll get so angry at those bigoted fools you'll want to pick up the TV and throw it across the room." I suddenly found myself saying, with all the wisdom of a 14-year-old (i.e, not so much), "Nah. I don't like Marlon Brando." I have no idea where that comment came from, I'd hardly ever seen him in any movies at all, I just sort of picked up that "Brando is washed up" vibe. Well, I watched "The Chase" on TV, and sure enough, I got so angry at those bigoted fools in that small town that I wanted to pick up the TV and throw it. I was now a confirmed Brando fan. A couple of years later: "The Godfather" and then "Last Tango in Paris," which was the first movie I saw after I turned 18 and was legal at X rated films. (I actually didn't much like it then, because I didn't know squat about sex/obsession/grief; his has changed.) Anyway. Thank you, Mr. Brando, for your achievement. Rest in peace. Oh - one more thought - the received wisdom is that his films of '60s were second rate, but this, like so much received wisdom, is false. Check out not only "The Chase" but also "Morituri," "Burn!," and above all, the stunning, bizarre, and gloriously weird "Reflections in a Golden Eye."

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  • 6 years, 1 month
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    The year was 1958 and I was working at Columbia Motion Pictures in Hollywood, CA. I was invited to a party at Arthur Loew Jr.'s home in the Hollywood Hills and knew that Marlon Brando would be at this party as well as Paul Newman and his new wife, JoAnn. I was in the kitchen talking on the phone to an aspiring actress friend and then - Marlon walked in - I turned towards him - he looked me right in the eyes and said "I hear every word you say." I'm sure I blushed and went back to my conversation. I was a young, impressionable girl. I will never forget his face - and the "look" in his eyes.

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  • 7 years
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    you are missed! i hope you met marilyn monroe on the clouds... she is a beauty and i added her to this site too!

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  • 7 years, 10 months
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    I admired Marlon Brando's bone scraping honesty. I will forever remember his candid answer when asked a philosophical question, "As I draw my final breath, my last thought will be 'What was that all about"? Never once did you think of him as "acting", but just reaching into his soul, and expressing feelings that we all have somewhere in our sacred place.

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  • 7 years, 10 months
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    Sympathy to The Great Actor's family and friends.
    Marlon, you will be the greatest wherever you travel. Thanks for the memories.

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  • 7 years, 11 months
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    7 years, 11 months

    John Winchester:

    may I say that this was his best playing?shure it was

  • 7 years, 11 months
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    7 years, 11 months

    Claire Guevara:

    from which film is this photo?

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