Marlon Brando, look at his killer smile!!!!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

A real matinee idol in his younger years, Marlon Brando is best known for the legendary movie, The Godfather. He's also considered one of the greatest actors of all time.

Marlon Brando and Paul Newman at a Civil Rights Rally, Sacramento, 1961.

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Marlon Brando is Bookish! #celebreads

Sometimes it is hard to believe that movie stars do anything more than looking in the mirror and admiring themselves.

This one is throwback, but it doesn't get much better than young Marlon Brando

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Marlon Brando, in did a studio interview (shown in this GIF) and an early screen test for the movie Rebel Without a Cause. The 1955 movie starred James Dean in the role of Jim Stark that Marlon Brando screen tested for.

Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando on the set of The Missouri Breaks directed by Arthur Penn, 1975

Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando on the set of The Missouri Breaks directed by Arthur Penn, 1975

Marlon Brando. He looks scary. Very "you have always been the caretaker here, Mr. Torrance."

Marlon Brando A Midwestern farm boy, he was raised as a Christian Scientist and sent to military school, where he toed the line and got good grades. Think of this the next time "The Wild One" turns up on cable.

Marlon Brando, 1949

We talk to Rebecca Brando, Marlon's daughter, about a new documentary that reveals, entirely through his home recordings, the actor's deepest thoughts and feelings.

If you were born in 1957, that year Marlon Brando's hit movie Sayonara was released - it co-stared Red Buttons and James Garner had a small role in it too which fans didn't mind at all! The movie was a soapy drama but I loved it as a kid and it did well in the box-office - there was a delish theme song too that seems now to be largely forgotten outside of Japan.

Marlon Brando (April 1924 – July and Miiko Taka (高美以子 Taka Miiko?) (born Miiko 24 July from the movie "Sayonara"