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Marlon Brando

Born: 1924-04-03 - Died: 2004-07-01
Cause of Death:
Pulmonary Fibrosis

Death Summary: Brando died of pulmonary fibrosis, which is a lung disease, at the UCLA Medical Center. He was 80 years old.

Who was Marlon Brando : One of the most famous actors in the US. Two time Academy award winner. Some of his most popular movies are: "The Godfather", "Apocalypse Now", "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "On the Waterfront".
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7 Signatures in Marlon Brando's guestbook

  1. Parry Says:

    We miss you, Marlon!


  2. carol Says:

    there will never be an actor like marlon brando

  3. Marlon Says:

    Oldies who make acquaintance with me often called me Marlon Brando…..

  4. KIRK NENDOS Says:

    You have shaped my world through film and your private stance against the world.


  5. samuel randrup Says:

    Godfather..you left a big empty spot in us when you passed///rest in God’s arms with your children that have long since joined you..Marlon you were a man that supported native Americans and would not even take your oscar because of how we have been treated throughout history of the united states..you were the best!!!you simply were a true human being!!love you brother!!be at peace//God bless you forever..

  6. david miedzianik Says:

    i’ve just come back from Paris, France, 11th March 2011: “LAST TANGO IN PARIS” eh ??? ST PANCARAS LIBRARY, LONDON: ps: there 8 or 9 days last visit eh:

  7. lisa Says:

    i really enjoyed your movies and hope you are in peace. you will be sadly missed.

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