Charlie Chaplin and Marlon Brando

Charlie Chaplin and Marlon Brando on the London set of A Countess From Hong Kong. Photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1966.

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Marlon Brando on set of “Apocalypse Now”.

Photographer Mary Ellen Mark and Marlon Brando, “Apocalypse Now” set, 1979.

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Photographer Mary Ellen Mark and Marlon Brando, “Apocalypse Now” set, 1979

Dick Smith transforms Brando to Vito Corleone.

Dick Smith the godfather of make up, transforms the face of Marlon Brando for “The Godfather”. 

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Marlon Brando, before and after the makeup applied on him by the Dick Smith on The Godfather. His transformational work compelled others to deem Smith The Godfather of Makeup.

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Anna Magnani and Marlon Brando on set of The Fugitive Kind

Anna Magnani and Marlon Brando on set of The Fugitive Kind (1960, directed by Sidney Lumet, screenplay by Tennesse Williams).

And if you haven’t seen The Fugitive Kind, you’re missing out on a superb film, released by The Criterion Collection, hurry and get your copy! These photos were taken in 1959, during rehearsals. 

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Check out Anna Magnani looking gorgeous right here and Marlon Brando’ screentest for A Streetcar Named Desire right here

Anna Magnani and Marlon Brando in The Fugitive Kind, 1959. Marlon Brando and Anna Magnani during rehearsals for The Fugitive Kind

Promotional photos for Guys & Dolls (1955)!

Promotional shots of Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra, and Vivian Blaine for Guys and Dolls (1955)! Rock n’ Roll!

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