The Marlon Brando Collection (The Fugitive Kind/The Young Lions/Morituri/Viva Zapata) 4 DVD Boxset £7.99 + Free Delivery/5% Voucher Codes @ Play - HotUKDeals
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The Fugitive Kind (Dir. Sidney Lumet) (1959): Oscar ® winners Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward and Maureen Stapleton lead the stellar cast of this Southern Gothic "sizzler" (Los Angeles Times) based on the Tennessee Williams play Orpheus Descending. Thanks to "brilliant" (The Film Daily) performances, The Fugitive Kind "sets one's senses to throbbing" (The New York Times). Valentine "Snakeskin" Xavier (Brando) is a handsome drifter with a guitar and a past. Taking a job as a store clerk in Two Rivers, Mississippi, his strong and silent demeanor attracts not only the local party girl (Woodward), but also the shopkeeper's exotic wife (Magnani). Soon, this explosive love triangle will ignite a powder keg of fury that could rock this small town to its very core.

The Young Lions (Dir. Edward Dmytryk) (1958): Academy Award®-winning actor Marlon Brando captures the extraordinary contradictions and complexity of a decent man who winds up as a Nazi officer. The Young Lions tells the story of World War II from both sides. The American, represented by Montgomery Clift and Dean Martin. And the German, made tragically vivid by Brando.

Based on the novel by Irwin Shaw. The Young Lions is a provocative, insightful movie. It is also one of Brando's all-time best.

Morituri (Dir.Bernhard Wicki) (1965): World War II, espionage, adventure and human lives have never before been combined so explosively...

Forced to pose as a SS officer, German war deserter Robert Crain (Brando) must seize a German freighter, booby-trapped to explode upon capture. Complicating the situation is the fact that sixteen prisoners of war are also brought on board, including a beautiful young concentration camp survivor (Janet Margolin)...

A captivating espionage thriller, fronted by outstanding performances from Marlon Brando and Yul Brynner, this criminally little-seen World War II film also features a devastating appearance by veteran British hand Trevor Howard and will keep you riveted until the very final scene...

Viva Zapata (Dir. Elia Kazan) (1952): The life and times of legendary Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata are brought to the screen in Darryl F. Zanuck's powerful production of John Steinbeck's screenplay.

Marlon Brando, fresh from his success in A Streetcar Named Desire, gives a stunning portrayal of the outlaw turned revolutionary leader. The film also boasts Anthony Quinn's (Best Supporting Actor, 1952) Academy Award® winning performance as Zapata's brother.
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