Explore Ropes, Classic Hollywood, and more!

Marlon Brando

When Marlon Brando played Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire the bulging muscles that protruded from his t-shirt became an immediate trend for young rebels.

Excuse me but can I help you with that shirt, Mr. Brandon?

I can assist with that T-shirt removal!

Marlon Brando

Karamea Ministry of Red Tape A New Zealand Government Department authorised by a covertly suspicious and deliberately ambiguous Act of Parliament and compounded by a tacitly implied Royal Approval to receive official complaints.

Desnudo. Cuando Brando rodó "¡Viva Zapata!" (1952) aún estaba fuerte pero con tendencia a la obesidad. En esta escena tan viril, Elia Kazan sabía que tenía que rendir un tributo a sus muchos/as fans con un desnudo parcial del divo. <strong style="font-family:inherit; font-size:inherit; font-style:inherit; font-variant:inherit; line-height:inherit"><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAc5p68U6oI">(Ver vídeo del trailer de "¡Viva zapata!”)</a></strong>

Marlon Brando and Antony Quinn relaxing on the set of Viva Zapata directed by Elia Kakan 1952

theniftyfifties:  Marlon Brando during the filming of ‘The Wild One’, 1953. Photo by Phil Stern.

theniftyfifties: Marlon Brando during the filming of ‘The Wild One’, Photo by Phil Stern.

A young Marlon Brando #Brando #young

(April 1924 – July was an American actor, film director, and activist. He is hailed for bringing a gripping realism to film acting, and is frequently cited as the greatest and most influential film actor of all time.