Basic Filmography:

  • (1950) “The Men”
  • (1951) “A Streetcar Named Desire”
  • (1952) “Viva Zapata!”
  • (1953) “Julius Caesar”
  • (1953) “The Wild One”
  • (1954) “On The Waterfront”
  • (1954) “Désirée”
  • (1955) “Guys and Dolls”
  • (1956) “The Teahouse of the August Moon”
  • (1957) “Sayonara”
  • (1958) “The Young Lions”
  • (1959) “The Fugitive Kind”
  • (1961) “One-Eyed Jacks”
  • (1962) “Mutiny on the Bounty”
  • (1963) “The Ugly American”
  • (1964) “Bedtime Story”
  • (1965) “Morituri”
  • (1966) “The Chase”
  • (1966) “The Appaloosa”
  • (1967) “The Countess from Hong Kong”
  • (1967) “Reflections in a Golden Eye”
  • (1968) “Candy”
  • (1968) “The Night of the Following Day”
  • (1969) “Burn!”
  • (1972) “The Nightcomers”
  • (1972) “The Godfather”
  • (1972) “Last Tango In Paris”
  • (1976) “The Missouri Breaks”
  • (1978) “Superman”
  • (1979) “Apocalypse Now”
  • (1980) “The Formula”
  • (1989) “A Dry White Season”
  • (1990) “The Freshman”
  • (1992) “Christopher Columbus: The Discovery”
  • (1995) “Don Juan DeMarco”
  • (1996) “The Island of Dr. Moreau”
  •  (1997) “The Brave”
  • (1998) “Free Money”
  • (2001) “The Score”
Posthumously released films, from archival footage:
  • (2006) “Superman Returns”
  • (2006) “Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut”
Television:
  • (1979) Roots: The Next Generation
Documentary:
  • (1970) King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis
  • (1978) Raoni
  • (1991) Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse

"A Streetcar Named Desire" 1951


2 Responses to “Brando’s Filmography”


  1. 1 T
    January 4, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    what you are doing is utterally awsome. I too live in canada, although in ontario, and am an old movies buff. I have this thing about Brando that will make ANY of my roll their eyes lol. Espeically since i have watched and read anything to do with the ledgendary man himself.
    Are you planning on reading the bio’s of Marlon as well, or just watch the movies???
    I am interested to see how your “project” goes!
    Be sure to have fun!

    • April 17, 2013 at 3:09 pm

      Thanks a lot! As you can see, I kind of lost track of the project when I went through some life changes. I still hope to watch and review the rest of his films, but it’s hard to say when. In the past I have read and reviewed some of his bios, though I’ve read a few more than I have reviewed. Thanks for the encouragement!


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