Marlon Brando, Jr. (April 3, 1924 – July 1, 2004) was an American actor who performed for over half a century.
He was best known for his role as Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire and his Academy Award-winning performance as Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront, both directed by Elia Kazan in the early 1950s. In middle age, his well-known roles include his Academy Award-winning performance as Vito Corleone in The Godfather, Colonel...
Willard is sitting around a table with a coupe of officers listening to a tap...
Colonel Kurtz has his voice on a tape and the officers in the room are playin...
Willard is sitting with his superior officers listening to Colonel Kurtz on a...
Willard is listening to a tape of Kurtz talk about his philosophical view of ...
Willard is with the general and he is listening to a tape of Colonel Kurtz.
After Johnny Fontane sings a song at Connie's reception, the Don goes out to ...
Don Corleone tells Tom Hagen to still treat Connie's husband as an outsider.
Kurtz puts his hand on his head and looks up slightly for the first time.
Don Corleone shakes his head after Bonasera whispers his request in his ear.
The Don wonders why he deserves Sollozzo's generosity.
Willard has finally meet Kurtz and they are talking about a place on the Ohio...
Kurtz is washing his head while Willard is handcuffed and kneeling on the gro...
Willard is handcuffed and kneeling in front of Kurtz while he washes his head.
Kurtz moves his face into the light for the first time. He looks directly int...
Displaying no discernible reaction, Willard listens attentively to the tape.
Kurtz is talking to Willard who is on his knees in Colonel Kurtz's room.
Kurtz tells Willard what he really thinks of him and his mission to find Kurtz.
Don Corleone sits in his desk chair holding a kitten in his lap. Bonasera sta...
Don Corleone apologizes for saying no to Sollozzo and that he won't get invol...
Kurtz gives Willard a warning not to leave because they will kill him.
Vito stands up from his chair, slowly he walks around the desk. He stops in f...
Krutz is reciting poetry outloud as Willard leans against a wall and listens.
Don Corleone regards narcotics as a dirty business and tells Sollozzo that he...
Stricken with grief, his face contorted, Don Corleone views Sonny's bullet ri...