Marlon Brando backstage holding his Best Actor Oscar for his performance in “On The Waterfront” Photographed by George Silk. March 30, 1955.
I had a great conflict about going to the Academy Awards and accepting an Oscar. I never believed that the accomplishment was more important than the effort. I remember being driven to the Awards still wondering whether I should have put on my tuxedo. I finally thought, what the hell; people want to express their thanks, and if it is a big deal for them, why not go? I have since altered my opinion about awards in general, and will never again accept one of any kind. This doesn’t mean that what other people believe has any less validity; many people I know and care about believe that awards are valuable and involve themselves in the process of the Academy Awards and others. I don’t look down upon them for doing so, and I hope that they don’t look down upon me. - Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando by Steve Schapiro on the set of The Godfather, 1972
Marlon Brando photographed by Marcel Thomas, c. 1957
Marlon Brando and his fiancee Josanne Mariani-Berenger in Bandol, France
Marlon Brando photographed by Edward Clark, 1949.
Stars gather in Washington DC for the Civil Rights March on Washington, August 28th, 1963.
The undisputed one.
Marlon Brando, 1951.
- Marlon Brando & Elizabeth Taylor behind the scenes of “Reflection in A Golden Eye” c.1967
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Marlon Brando in The Young Lions (1958)