Marlon Brando and Cat

Marlon Brando and Cat
When they asked deaf actors who their favorite actors were, they all gestured and said, "Marlon Brando."
When asked, they explained in sign language.
The performance of Marlon Brando (April 3, 1924 – July 1, 2004) was great. It would not be an exaggeration to say that it is great. James Dean, the symbol of rebellion, and Elvis Presley, the emperor of Rock and Roll, were openly following him. Without Marlon Brando, Elvis' film debut might have been late.
The work that made him exist as an actor in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). Elia Kazan's play of Tennessee Williams was a great success. Elia Kazan goes to Hollywood and makes movie stars almost as well. Brando's acting was breathtaking. It showed delayed expulsions beyond expectations. Although nominated for Oscar, he does not win the Best Actor Award. (After that, Audrey Hepburn and Yul Brinner won starring awards for their debut films, "Roman Holiday" and <King and Me, respectively.)

It was only in the late films that Marlon Brando was filmed. This is because the blockbuster <Superman>, which appeared in "Wait" as he watched "The Godfather", a boy who was not allowed to enter as a child, as a child, and had plenty of incentives. However, it was not easy to meet him in the theater. Most of them met when they were on TV. Later, I was able to meet the streetcars named Desire, Waterfront and Apocalypse on the big screen.

In the early 1950s, Marlon Brando performed unfortunately on the screen.
Following <The Tank Named Desire>, <Revolutionary Zapata!> (1952) and <Julius Caesar> (1953) won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the third consecutive year, but did not win. The glory comes in the fourth year. Elia Kazan's self-explanatory element, Waterfront (On the Waterfront, 1954). Marlon Brando becomes a persona of the director Kazan and plays a key role. It is beaten to rub across the body. And he holds Oscar.

It was the heyday of Marlon Brando at this time.
The Wild One (1953), Desiree (1954), Guys and Dolls (1955), The Teahouse of the August Moon, 1956), <Sayonara> (1957), <The Young Lions> (1958), <The Fugitive Kind> (1959). I fell in love with success and ignored the world. Large studios began to evade him.
He also starred in the One-Eyed Jacks (1961) as well as making his debut as a director. However, the 60s was not his time. I lived on my own, and it was common to puncture my schedule and disappear. Hollywood accepted the rebels in the film but rejected them in real life. Brando was branded as the best troublemaker. He filmed Mutiny on the Bounty (1962), appeared in The Chase (1966), and Countess from Hong Kong (A Countess from Hong Kong, 1967). I got my attention from my beloved actor. The other 60's appearances are movies that are not important at all.

It was Francis Ford Coppola who delivered Marlon Brando from Hell.
He tried to cast him as Don Corleone in The Godfather (1972). However, the studio refused to accept him, who was completely photographed. Coach Coppola had a ten-minute rage in front of the executives as to why Brando was so essential. Then he collapsed on the floor with hyperventilation and gasped for breath. Due to the director's passion, Paramount has no choice but to approve of Brando's appearance. In that way, we meet one of the most legendary activities in the history of the movie. He is Don Corleone.

However, Marlon Brando did not abandon the rebellious temperament. It was just hidden. The Godfather was a huge success, and Hollywood praised his return. Marlon Brando is named at the Academy Awards. It was the second-best actor award. But Brando wasn't there, and a Native American woman appeared and expressed her stance on the Indian massacre. Hollywood tried to accept the trouble, but Brando mocked Hollywood again. It is a good human life.
“Brando was filming at 127th Street's Filmways studio and found an old, dirty gray cat roaming the area. He had this cat on his lap in every scene showing him meeting a major gangster across the country. He used to pet the cat tenderly, talking about murder. According to Bob Thomas, who wrote Brando's biography, "This was a marvelous juxtaposition of fear and tenderness." (The content was wrong, but it was posted in the plain text, so I just uploaded it .... ^^ ;;)

If Coppola hadn't cast Brando, he wouldn't have seen the cat that made a stroke in the film industry.
It is curious to see him playing with a cat during a break. Brando loves the cat. It would not be a coincidence that he cast Gilyangi on the street. You can tell from Brando's youth. I did not accidentally take a picture with a cat. There is always a cat around. Marlon Brando was born in 1924 today. 90 years ago.

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