Brando, Marlon: Career–Screen Ladies

Unlike other major actors and stars, Marlon Brando did not have a frequent screen lady, with whom he teamed in many films, or was associated with as a screen couple.

No actress was responsible for the evolution of his screen image, including erotic and sexual appeal.

In this way, his career differed from that of Errol Flynn, Gable, Tracy, John Wayne, and Bogart.

Brando appeared with the following women:

Teresa Wright, The Men

Vivien Leigh and Kim Hunter, A Streetcar Named Desire

Jean Peters, Viva Zapata

Mary Murphy, The Wild One

Eva Marie Saint, On the Waterfront

Jean Simmons (Desiree, Guys and Dolls)

Patricia Owens and Miko Taka, Sayonara

May Britt, The Young Lions

Pina Pellicer, One-Eyed Jack

Anna Magnani and Joanne Woodward, The Fugitive Kind

Tarita, Mutiny on the Bounty

Shirley Jones, Bedtime Stories

Sandra Church, The Ugly American

Sophia Loren, The Countess from Hong Kong

Elizabeth Taylor, Reflections in a Golden Eye

Angie Dickinson, The Chase

Rita Moreno, Night They Came

Stephanie Beacham, Nightcomers

Maria Schneider, Last Tango in Paris

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