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  1. today's Marlon Brando Tribute doesn't include One Eyed Jacks (1961). it seems that this movie is being ignored for little reason, since it's in the Public Domain and is free as long as TCM has a copy they can show. and it's a good movie which was directed by Brando, co-stars Karl Malden and isn't an ordinary western shoot 'em up. plus it's got some great shots of the Monterrey, Cal coast. overall, an underrated gem. now, it's not so good that TCM has to overplay it, but each time the urge to air Guys and Dolls (1955) possesses a programmer, substitute One Eyed Jacks once in a while
  2. My dad interviewed Karl Malden in 1998. I attended this interview, and Mr. Malden was incredibly sweet to me and my dad. Here Mr. Malden talks about his good friend Marlon Brando and what made him so special. Please share with a friend if you like this, and let me know if you have any questions/comments. Thanks! Karl Malden interview: Our website: http://www.orcodevelopemt.org
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