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Podcast Explores Marlon Brando, circa 1971-1973

Podcast Explores Marlon Brando, circa 1971-1973

Take an in depth listen to the early 1970s portion of Marlon Brando’s career by way of the You Must Remember This podcast, a weekly exploration of the “secret and/or forgotten history of Hollywood’s first century”. Host Karin Longworth unpacks many of the notions of this specific era of Mr. Brando’s career with the help of Austin Wilkin, activist for the Marlon Brando Estate.

http://youmustrememberthispodcast.com/post/98813779369/ymrt-16-marlon-brando-1971-1973

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Hawai’i State Senate Honors The Brando & Richard Bailey in resiliency and sustainability

The Hawai’i State Senate recognizes, commends, and honors The Brando Tetiaroa, and Richard Bailey for their innovation in resiliency and sustainability. The Hawai’i State Senate is proud to recognize individuals and businesses that enrich the lives of our global community through responsible actions that promote ecologically friendly practices that are socially, environmentally and economically sustainable. Pacific Beachcomber SC and its CEO Richard Bailey has consistently demonstrated through their projects in French Polynesia that...

Brando v. Coppola: Debunking the Myth of Apocalypse Now

Brando v. Coppola: Debunking the Myth of Apocalypse Now

By Susan Mizruchi

It was the late 1970s and one of Hollywood’s hottest directors had undertaken an incredible challenge: to make cinematic sense of America’s devastating war in Vietnam. The film shoot was wildly out of control: typhoons and cost overruns, a death from an accident on set, and a heart attack suffered by lead actor Martin Sheen. As some tell it, the biggest of all the problems on the terribly vexed set of Apocalypse Now was Marlon...

New Brando Biography “BRANDO’S SMILE” Continues to garner great reviews

New Brando Biography “BRANDO’S SMILE” Continues to garner great reviews

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     When Marlon Brando arrived in Manhattan in the spring of 1943, he was a Nebraskan by way of Illinois with a knack for mimicry. Just four years later, he would transform himself into one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century, originating the role of Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. In the prolific career, and very public...

NPR Station KPCC Discusses 4 Things You Might Not Have Known About Marlon Brando

NPR Station KPCC Discusses 4 Things You Might Not Have Known About Marlon Brando

July 1 of this year marks the 10th anniversary of actor Marlon Brando’s death. While most people know Brando as a leading man, not everyone knows of his wide and varied exploits beyond the screen. Here are four things you might not have known about Marlon Brando, as provided by Austin Wilkin, archivist for the Marlon Brando estate. 

http://www.scpr.org/programs/offramp/2014/06/27/38081/4-things-you-probably-didnt-know-about-marlon-bran/

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Ten years after his passing Esquire gives you Ten THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT MARLON BRANDO

It’s been ten years today since the world’s most famous Method actor died. Did we even know the guy? Consider these lesser-known facts.

By Jonathan Kiefer on July 1, 2014

 

HE WAS IN A CHARLIE CHAPLIN MOVIE.

That is, a movie directed by Chaplin. The 1967 romantic comedy A Countess from Hong Kong, also starring Sophia Loren. This was five years before The Godfather. It was the last film Chaplin made.

 

LIFE Magazine posts previously unpublished photos on the 10th anniversary of Marlon Brando’s death

Link to Photos:

http://life.time.com/culture/marlon-brando-early-photos-of-a-movie-icon-in-the-making/?iid=lb-gal-viewagn#1

 

Text from the article, as written by Ben Cosgrove,  Editor of LIFE.com:

The year was 1949, and 25-year-old Marlon Brando — “the brilliant brat,” as LIFE magazine called him following his astonishing work on Broadway in A Streetcar Named Desire — had finally answered the call of Hollywood. He was preparing for his movie debut in The Men, the wrenching story of a paralyzed World War II...

The Atlantic Reports: How Brando Broke the Movies

The Atlantic Reports: How Brando Broke the Movies

Illustration by Jackie Lay. Photos by Bert Reisfeld/Picture-Alliance/dpa/AP; ASSOCIATED PRESS; Mondadori/Getty

 

 JUN 25 2014

     Hollywood extracted entirely the wrong moral from the story of Marlon Brando. Working when the studio-contract system crumbled in the 1950s, he quickly leveraged the power he had accrued from his theatrical performances into a series of one-picture deals, allowing him to exercise unprecedented freedom in selecting roles. Straight out of the gate, he played a...

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