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Marlon Brando Autograph Signature 1974 - In Person RARE!

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Marlon Brando
Authentic Vintage Autograph, 1974
Acquired In Person

JSA Certified

 


Mr Brando astonishingly obliges on a flight to Las Angeles

The lucky recipient was at the right place and the right time to catch the notorious, autograph loathing Marlon Brando in a "mood" to pen his signature...  Exceedingly Rare and particularly pristine in-person Marlon Brando un-personalized signature in bold vintage ink. ..  Has been certified Authentic by the leading Autograph Authentication company JSA and comes with JSA Full Letter of Authentication.  See enlargeable images above and below

One of the most revered actors and movie stars, Marlon Brando was also known to be extremely elusive and even hostile toward the public.  For autograph seekers it was nearly impossible to get Brando to give autographs which is why collectors consider his autograph one of the crown jewels of vintage Hollywood autographs.  Here is a great specimen that was signed in person for the recipient, who also added pencil notation on the bottom recording exactly where and when she met Marlon Brando.

Western Airlines pamphlet signed boldly in ballpoint ink by Marlon Brando. A collector has noted it was signed on May 15, 1974 on a flight to Los Angeles. A terrific example of Marlon Brando's in person autograph.

Guaranteed Authentic for Life
Conway's Vintage Treasures
UACC Registered Dealer No 307


Note: Cvtreasures stamp NOT on original

Marlon Brando was quite simply one of the most celebrated and influential screen and stage actors of the postwar era; he rewrote the rules of performing, and nothing was ever the same again. Brooding, lusty, and intense, his greatest contribution was popularizing Method acting, a highly interpretive performance style which brought unforeseen dimensions of power and depth to the craft; in comparison, most other screen icons appeared shallow, even a little silly. A combative and often contradictory man, Brando refused to play by the rules of the Hollywood game, openly expressing his loathing for the film industry and for the very nature of celebrity, yet often exploiting his fame to bring attention to political causes and later accepting any role offered him as long as the price was right. He is one of the screen's greatest enigmas, and there will never be another quite like him.

**This museum quality piece would be a spectacular display in your home or office, framed with a vintage photo of Brando in one of his most memorable roles. And, if you prefer the inscription could easily be matted out with framing.



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