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List creator: DNorton
Created on: July 8, 2004 - 5:40 PM PDT

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A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
  Marlon Brando, and this film, provided an alternative to the unemotional and invulnerable male persona so often portrayed in Hollywood films. Brando's screen debut is fierce, sweaty, and unforgettable. Plus he's hot!
Last Tango in Paris (1972)
  Another Brando masterpiece, many of his scenes improvised. Brando's character must cope with the suicide of his wife and in the process reveals the depths of his pain and suffering as he tries to lose himself in anonymous encounters with a young woman.
Rebel Without a Cause (1955)
  James Dean used to follow Brando around New York because he admired him. This film created the model for teenage angst and the performances by all Dean, Wood, and Mineo have rarely been equaled.
The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
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  Following the return of three servicemen arriving home after the end of WWII, Best Years reveals the psychological trauma of war and the difficulty,if not impossibility, of adapting to civilian life.
Exodus (1960)
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  Sal Mineo's small, but memorable role in this film proves that he was as an amazing actor as any of his generation. In this film he plays a young Jewish boy who disposed of bodies in a concentration camp and repeatedly raped by Nazi soliders.
I, Claudius (Disc 1 of 5) (1975)
  This remarkable, groundbreaking mini-series is a pseudo-historical account of Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus is played by Derek Jakobi and is one of the greatest of all time. His performance stands out, but the other actors are just as good.

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