Greatest Classic Films: Marlon Brando
A Streetcar Named Desire: The Original Director's Version
Winner of 4 Academy Awards "Perhaps the most thrilling display of ensemble acting in all of American film" (Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times) stars Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden in the screen version of Tennessee Williams' powerful Pulitzer Prize drama directed by Elia Kazan.
Brando plays imperial loyalist Marc Antony in Shakespeare's towering tale of friendship and betrayal co-starring James Mason and John Gielgud. Joseph L. Mankiewicz directs this lavish Academy Award winner.
The Teahouse Of The August Moon
Brando shows his comedy chops! In a delightful change of pace, he's an interpreter in post-World War II Okinawa who bucks U.S. military men Glenn Ford and Paul Ford in order to build a teahouse - complete with geishas.
Reflections In A Golden Eye
Illicit passions play out against the hidebound decorum of a Georgia army base in a startling version of Carson McCullers' novel. John Huston directs Brando and Elizabeth Taylor.