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...
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I don't know Woody Allen
, but I like him very much. I saw Annie Hall
(1977) -- enjoyed it enormously, He's an important man. Woody Allen can't make any sense out of this world and he really tells wonderful jokes about it. Don't you think it was remarkable that his time came to get his door prize at the Academy Awards and he stayed home and played his clarinet? That was as witty and funny a thing ...
His character Ken Wilcheck in his cinema debut The Men
(1950) has the nickname "Bud", which was his own nickname as he was a "junior". (Brando's father, Marlon Brando Sr.
, later worked for his company Pennebaker Productions, which was named after his mother, the former Dorothy Pennebaker.) The only other film in which Brando goes by the name which his family and intimate friends called him is The
Bizarrely unique voice with an extreme nasal tonality spoken in mumbles