A Streetcar Named Desire - 1951
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A Streetcar Named Desire

Updated: 18 Jul 2022
Directors:
Elia Kazan Tennessee Williams Tennessee Williams Oscar Saul Charles K. Feldman Alex North Harry Stradling Sr. David Weisbart Richard Day George James Hopkins Gordon Bau C.A. Riggs Ray Forman Otis Malcolm Don Alvarado Donald P. Desmond Francis E. Stahl Nathan Levinson Maurice De Packh Ray Heindorf John Prettyman Bertram Tuttle
Actors:
Vivien Leigh Marlon Brando Kim Hunter Karl Malden Rudy Bond Nick Dennis Peg Hillias Wright King Richard Garrick Ann Dere Edna Thomas Mickey Kuhn Mel Archer Marietta Canty John George Lyle Latell Charles Wagenheim Buck Woods Dahn Ben Amotz
Genre:
Drama
Country: no data
Year: 1951
Disturbed Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New Orleans and is tormented by her brutish brother-in-law while her reality crumbles around her.
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over 3 years ago
The first movie that probably made the biggest impression on me growing up was probably "A Streetcar Named Desire". All I knew is that I wanted to do what that guy was doing and be that guy.
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almost 3 years ago
De Niro’s own favorite films examine this theme: Marlon Brando’s Stanley Kowalski in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Montgomery Clift’s George Eastman in A PLACE IN THE SUN, Brando’s Terry Malloy in ON THE WATERFRONT and James Dean’s Cal Trask in EAST OF EDEN. Each explores one man’s struggle as he confronts the unpredictability of the human condition.
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over 2 years ago
This is my favorite game. Ok PRE 70s... limiting to USA only or I can’t get to only 3 1. Jimmy Stewart (Mr Smith Goes To Washington) 2. Elvis Presley (Viva Las Vegas w Ann Margret) 3. Marlon Brando (Streetcar Named Desire...obvious choice, I know but I’m ONLY HUMAN)
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over 2 years ago
That movie for me was my Marlon Brando experience before The Godfather, before Streetcar. It’s weird to be living in a modern world where acting has changed. Movies have changed so much, and yet you can still see what defined [Brando] and his performance.
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81 FLIISTs
over 2 years ago
A Streetcar Named Desire is one of my ultimate favorites. Brando’s amazing. Brando’s one of my favorites.
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over 3 years ago
Work ethic. I heard Elia Kazan once said of Vivien Leigh—which I couldn’t believe, because they worked together on A Streetcar Named Desire [1951], and she gives the most amazing performance as Blanche DuBois.
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