In a storm at sea, Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard) awakens and overrides the orders of Christian (Marlon Brando) causing the death of a sailor and a big spat, in the director Lewis Milestone's remake of Mutiny On The Bounty, 1962.
As Tahiti comes into view, Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard) lectures Mr. Christian (Marlon Brando) and crew on the natives, followed by spectacle, in Mutiny On The Bounty, 1962.
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Strange, obsessive passions ride through a Southern Army base in John Huston's adaptation of the Carson McCullers novel Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967).
A convict's escape ignites passions in his hometown in The Chase (1966) starring Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda and Robert Redford.
An Army captain (Martin Sheen) travels to Cambodia during the Vietnam War to terminate a renegade officer (Marlon Brando) in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979).
Cattle thief Jack Nicholson vs. regulator Marlon Brando in Arthur Penn's The Missouri Breaks (1976).
Marlon Brando (as Fletcher Christian) with a close eye on Maimiti (Tarita, who became Mrs. Brando) then chat among the sailors (Gordon Jackson, Richard Harris, Hugh Griffith) during island festivities in Mutiny On The Bounty, 1962.
Dennis Hopper recalls acting with and without Marlon Brando along with other unique qualities of his experience on Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now, 1979.
Posing as an SS man, British agent Crain (Marlon Brando) tangles with the suspicious German ship captain Mueller (Yul Brynner), officer Kruse (Martin Benrath) steering clear, in Morituri, 1965.
The somehow spectacular first meeting of Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard) and his newly-assigned aide Fletcher Christian (Marlon Brando), as directed by Lewis Milestone, in the large 1962 remake of Mutiny On The Bounty.
Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard) passes judgment and oversees punishment of sailor Mills (Richard Harris), Quintal (Percy Herbert) with the whip, Christian (Marlon Brando) among observers, in Lewis Milestone's remake of Mutiny On The Bounty 1962.
Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) home from a ride, really a tryst, finds Williams (Robert Forster) doing yard work, and upsetting her arriving husband Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), their tension clear in their first scene together, in John Huston's sepia-toned Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967.
LA detective Caine (George C. Scott), investigating the killing of an old WWII buddy turned international financial fixer, has negotiated this audience with his former employer, cagey American oil-man Steiffel (Marlon Brando), in The Formula, 1980, from the novel by Steve Shagan.
Quoting from the novelist and establishing the extraordinary visual treatment, the introduction of Williams (Robert Forster) and Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), in one of director John Huston's personal favorites, Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, also starring Elizabeth Taylor.
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