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  Farewell Marlon Brando [read more]
  Screen Giant Dies Aged 80
  Movie legend Marlon Brando, who influenced whole generations of actors and became a megastar in the process, has died aged 80. He came to fame in the stage production of A Streetcar Named Desire, and the movie version, which led to a run of starring roles in films such as The Men (his debut), Viva Zapata, Julius Caesar, On the Waterfront (for which he won his first Oscar), The Wild One, The Young Lions, Guys and Dolls, The Fugitive Kind, One Eyed Jacks (his only film as director), Mutiny on the Bounty, A Countess from Hong Kong, The Chase, Reflections in a Golden Eye, Candy, Night of the Following Day and Quiemada.

In 1972 he won his second Oscar in the title role of The Godfather, and followed it with increasingly eccentric performances in Last Tango in Paris, The Missouri Breaks, Superman (with his record breaking paycheck), Apocalypse Now, A Dry White Season, The Freshman, Don Juan de Marco, The Island of Dr Moreau and The Score. In later years he became as well known for his bizarre behaviour and family tragedies as his acting, but he deserved his reputation as one of the greatest screen actors of all time.
  Graeme Clark [2 Jul 2004 at 20:29]
     

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