In 1958 he starred in an unsold pilot called "Chicago Beat", about a plainclothes detective with the knack for solving baffling crimes.
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What transpires between two adults is definitely their own business. If a girl likes to have Coca-Cola bottles shoved in her ear, that's up to her. The guy who's doing it says, "Leave me alone, I'm having fun." Who's to deny him that, as long as she doesn't scream murder? A third party, like a police officer, has no real reason to become involved - unless he's a voyeur. All voyeurs are ...
Not a sentimental man by nature, Marvin kept only four souvenirs of his career over the years. These were his Best Actor Oscar for Cat Ballou
(1965), the citation he received from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame for his performance in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
(1962), his Gold Record for "Wandering Star" and the high-heeled shoe that Vivien Leigh
beat him with in Ship of Fools
Films often portrayed his liberal politics