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Marlon Brando ("The Wild One" 1953). First fell for him in a denim commercial where they showed a clip of Marlon Brando getting off his bike and walking towards the camera, from the movie "The Wild One." Tight denim, leather jacket, those eyes. Gorgeous man.
An iconic film with an iconic actor sporting an iconic look. "The Wild One" not only showcased Marlon Brando's extraordinary talent and magnetic persona but it also introduced us to the counter-culture style of the biker (the leather jacket, gloves and boots, the hat, the jeans, etc.). Brando's hairstyle with the longer sideburns influenced many men including James Dean and Elvis. #fashion #vintage #Hollywood #MarlonBrando #photography
Marlon Brando Photo - 1953 The Wild One - $4.35
Marlon Brando, Wild Ones, 1953. Black leather motorcycle jacket, rolled up levi 501s, and black work boots. #MARLONBRANDO
Brando knew about man's best friend. (via Marshall Matlock)
Born to act. Marlon Brando as Colonel Walter E. Kurtz, Apocalypse Now! (1979)
Everybody tries to copy this look except that they stick a bunch of Boy Scout merit badges on their tight lil' leather vest and it's just one more silly uniform. Toy runs? Eat shit!
Brando was game for anything (by Leo Fuchs)
Possibly the sexiest pic of Brando I've seen. Maybe it's the book?
Marlon Brando ** The Father of Dotillism. The PopDot Artist Alabama BYRD. (FaceBook) --> www.facebook.com/... Chirp Chirp & Big BYRD Smiles & Hugz
Brando, was one of the many handsome men of his era
There was "Before Brando"/"After Brando". Acting would never be the same.
The one and only Marlon Brando.
Marlon Brando wasn't all white T-shirts and leather jackets. He also knew his way around an expertly tailored suit.