Appeared in an unsold television pilot for a proposed series about boxing, alongside Richard Boone
, Lee Tracy
, Audrey Christie
, and J. Edward Bromberg
; all this - except for the year - revealed by Richard Boone in an interview conducted in 1969. In a 1980 interview, Boone again brought up the pilot, this time placing it in 1948...
5 Biographical Movies |
31 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
4 Interviews |
83 Articles |
18 Pictorials |
19 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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I'm often amused when I read American history and I read what great things America was going to be, what great things we were going to produce, the magnificent life we were going to have. We were determined to be an impressive and strong nation that needed a lot of people and a lot of land. And all those people who came: "Give us your great unwashed." Well, we got all the great unwashed there ...
After a decade of being considered "box-office poison" after the large losses generated by the big-budget remake of Mutiny on the Bounty
(1962), the twin successes of The Godfather
(1972) and Last Tango in Paris
(1972) made Brando a superstar again. He was named the #6 and #10 top money-making star in 1972 and 1973, respectively, by the Motion Picture Herald. The top 10 box-office list was based ...
Frequently played young, somewhat misunderstood rebels in his youth (A Streetcar Named Desire, The Wild One, On the Waterfront) and later powerful criminals (The Godfather, The Formula, The Freshman, The Score).