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Filmography: Marlon Brando

This is a partial list of Marlon Brando’s film credits and awards:

1950 -- “The Men,” Ken Wilcheck

1951 -- “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Stanley Kowalski

1952 -- “Viva Zapata!” Emiliano Zapata (won British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for Best Foreign Actor)

1953 -- “Julius Caesar,” Marc Antony (won British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for Best Foreign Actor)

1953 -- “The Wild One,” Johnny Strabler/Narrator

1954 -- “On the Waterfront,” Terry Malloy (won Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and British Academy of Film, a Television Arts Awards for Best Foreign Actor and a Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actor in a Drama)

1954 -- “Desirée,” Napoleon Bonaparte

1955 -- “Guys and Dolls,” Sky Masterson

1956 -- “The Teahouse of the August Moon,” Sakini

1957 -- “Sayonara,” Major Lloyd Gruver, USAF

1958 -- “The Young Lions,” Lt. Christian Diestl

1959 -- “The Fugitive Kind,” Val Xavier

1961 -- “One-Eyed Jacks,” Rio

1962 -- “Mutiny on the Bounty,” 1st Lt. Fletcher Christian

1963 -- “The Ugly American,” Ambassador Harrison Carter MacWhite

1964 -- “Bedtime Story,” Freddy Benson

1965 -- “Morituri,” Robert Crain/Hans Kyle

1966 -- “The Chase,” Sheriff Calder

1966 -- “The Appaloosa,” Matt Fletcher

1967 -- “A Countess from Hong Kong,” Ogden Mears

1967 -- “Reflections in a Golden Eye,” Major Weldon Penderton

1968 -- “Candy,” Grindl

1968 -- “The Night of the Following Day,” Bud

1969 -- “Queimada,” Sir William Walker

1972 -- “The Nightcomers,” Peter Quint

1972 -- “The Godfather,” Don Vito Corleone (won an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actor in a Drama)

1972 -- “Last Tango in Paris,” Paul

1976 -- “The Missouri Breaks,” Robert E. Lee Clayton

1978 -- “Superman,” Jor-El

1979 -- “Roots: The Next Generations,” (TV mini-series) George Lincoln Rockwell

1979 -- “Apocalypse Now,” Colonel Walter E. Kurtz

1980 -- “The Formula,”Adam Steiffel, Chairman Titan Oil

1989 -- “A Dry White Season,” Ian McKenzie

1990 -- “The Freshman,” Carmine Sabatini aka Jimmy The Toucan

1992 -- “Christopher Columbus: The Discovery,” Tomas de Torquemada

1995 -- “Don Juan DeMarco,” Dr. Jack Mickler

1996 -- “The Island of Dr. Moreau,” Dr. Moreau

1997 – “The Brave,” McCarthy

1998 – “Free Money,” The Swede

2001 – “The Score,” Max

List compiled by Fox News' C. Spencer Beggs