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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_analboyuk, Jul 2, 2004.
dearest Marlon is now no more, may he rest in peace. He was bigger than all of us.
He was certainly quite something in his time but I do feel he became a parody of himself in later years. Still On the Waterfront and A Streetcar Named Desire will ensure his memory will live for as long as people watch good movies.
God made him an offer he couldn't refuse.
Like him, hate him...you must admire any spirit as amazing as his.
I just got home, and started watching [/I]DATELINE NBC and it was titled Marlon Brandon, 1924-2004. I was in shock, to say the least. The man had a great career within his 80 yr span on God's good earth.
May he truly rest in peace.
Marlon was a truly talented actor and had the good fortune to be very handsome through most of his years.
I trust he will not be sidelined or forgotten by human kind in the future.
Such ability is so rare,I hope the big man rests in peace and is always upheld as an Icon of the first century of Cinema.
It is a shame that our webmaster has disabled the Img button on this forum as there are some great pictures of Marlon available on the net that could be posted here .