Marlon Brando posing with the family dog, 1951.
photographed by Art Shay

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Marlon Brando on set of The Men (1950).

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Apocalypse Now (1979) dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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Apocalypse Now (1979) dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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Marlon Brando’s Rebel Without a Cause screen test. [x]

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Apocalypse Now (1979) dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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Marlon Brando in the film A Streetcar Named Desire, 1951.

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-What side are you with?

-Me? I’m with me, Terry.

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First he filled out a standard autobiographical questionnaire. Under race he wrote, “human.” Under color, “seasonal- oyster white to beige.” After he filled out the form, Marlon entered a cubicle to be interviewed by an army physician. The doctor asked him if he knew any reason he should not enter the armed services. Replied Marlon: “Yes. I’m psychoneurotic.”
- Somebody by Stefan Kanfer. (When Marlon found out his 4-F status for the army was bumped to 1-A and he could be drafted.)
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