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Marlon Brando Barbed Wire Close Up Set Portrait

This 1957 photograph features Marlon Brando during the filming of The Young Lions. The Young Lions is a 1958 war drama film directed by Edward Dmytryk, based upon the 1949 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw, and starring Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, and Dean Martin.

Edition #: Limited Edition of 30
Edition Size:  11 inches by 14 inches
Hand Signed : Reverse Lower Right Pencil
Medium: Modern Giclee Photographic Edition Print
Condition: Excellent, Delivered in museum standard archival sleeves for additional protection and conservation
Preparation: Unframed
Provenance: Leo Fuchs Archives, Private collection

Price: $1,299.00


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Marlon Brando Seagull Wings Spread Set Portrait

This 1963 photograph features Marlon Brando during the filming of Bedtime Story. Bedtime Story is a 1964 comedy film made by Pennebaker Productions. It was directed by Ralph Levy and produced by Stanley Shapiro with Robert Arthur as executive producer from a screenplay by Stanley Shapiro and Paul Henning. The music score was by Hans J. Salter and the cinematography by Clifford Stine.

Edition #: Limited Edition of 30
Edition Size:  11 inches by 14 inches
Hand Signed : Reverse Lower Right Pencil
Medium: Modern Giclee Photographic Edition Print
Condition: Excellent, Delivered in museum standard archival sleeves for additional protection and conservation
Preparation: Unframed
Provenance: Leo Fuchs Archives, Private collection

Price: $1,599.00


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Marlon Brando Asleep Portrait

This 1963 photograph features Marlon Brando during the filming of The Ugly American. The Ugly American is a 1958 political novel by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer upon which a 1963 movie starring Marlon Brando was based. The novel became a bestseller, was influential at the time, and is still in print. The story of this novel was made into a film in 1963 starring Marlon Brando as Ambassador Harrison Carter MacWhite. Its screenplay was written by Stewart Stern, and the film was produced and directed by George Englund.

Edition #: Limited Edition of 30
Edition Size:  11 inches by 14 inches
Hand Signed : Reverse Lower Right Pencil
Medium: Modern Giclee Photographic Edition Print
Condition: Excellent, Delivered in museum standard archival sleeves for additional protection and conservation
Preparation: Unframed
Provenance: Leo Fuchs Archives, Private collection

Price: $1,099.00


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Marlon Brando Smoking Portrait

This 1963 photograph features Marlon Brando in Hollywood. Marlon Brando, Jr. was an American screen and stage actor. Considered to be one of the most important actors in American cinema, Brando was one of only three professional actors, along with Charlie Chaplin and Marilyn Monroe, named by Time magazine as one of its 100 Persons of the Century in 1999.

Edition #: Limited Edition of 30
Edition Size:  11 inches by 14 inches
Hand Signed : Reverse Lower Right Pencil
Medium: Modern Giclee Photographic Edition Print
Condition: Excellent, Delivered in museum standard archival sleeves for additional protection and conservation
Preparation: Unframed
Provenance: Leo Fuchs Archives, Private collection

Price: $699.00


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Marlon Brando Phone 3 Set Portrait

This 1963 photograph features Marlon Brando during the filming of The Ugly Americans. Marlon Brando and David Niven portray two charming scoundrels who prey on wealthy single women in this lighthearted romantic comedy set on the French Riviera.

Edition #: Limited Edition of 30
Edition Size:  11 inches by 14 inches
Hand Signed : Reverse Lower Right Pencil
Medium: Modern Giclee Photographic Edition Print
Condition: Excellent, Delivered in museum standard archival sleeves for additional protection and conservation
Preparation: Unframed
Provenance: Leo Fuchs Archives, Private collection

Price: $899.00


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