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    Marlon Brando: Unpublished portrait from 1952. #MargaretBourkeWhite See more inspiring pins and follow us at:

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    MARLON BRANDO: UNPUBLISHED PORTRAITS, 1952 by Margaret Bourke-White while a staffer at LIFE magazine

  • Richard Laeton

    MARLON BRANDO: UNPUBLISHED PORTRAITS, 1952 Why Margaret Bourke-White — a LIFE staffer most famous for stunning aerial shots, war photography, and portraits of world leaders — would make Brando a subject is a mystery; sadly, the magazine’s archives contain no clues. She rarely (if ever) covered Hollywood entertainers — so perhaps it’s a testament to Brando’s obvious, titanic talent and promise that Bourke-White had him in her sight

  • Jordan Pennyloafer

    Marlon Brando... even attractive smiling =]

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