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amillionfeetoffilm · 8 years ago
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Brando and the VistaVision camera on a crane. This may be the first day of shooting, December 2, 1958.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 8 years ago
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Shooting on the coast near Monterey.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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Ben Johnson in Death Valley for One-Eyed Jacks.
He doesn't appear in the Death Valley sequence, so what's he doing? More stuff that was cut is my guess.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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From Brando's original ending to One-Eyed Jacks.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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Rio (Marlon Brando) in the Monterey jail.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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Lunch on location for One-Eyed Jacks.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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Brando in Death Valley, shooting the chased-by-the-Rurales scenes. He wore a white smock to keep the dust off his costume — and deflect a bit of the sun.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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This lobby card features a shot not found in the film, from Brando's capture by the Rurales.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 9 years ago
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The Japanese 45 of Johnny Burnette's "Ballad Of The One-Eyed Jacks." The sleeve art doesn't exactly knock me out.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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An insert from Boxoffice magazine, March 1961. Promoting the opening engagements.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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Brando directing the saloon shootout scene.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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Miriam Colon: "They made so much fun of Brando. They made so much petty discussions. It was so much chitchat going on, laughing and commenting, 'How could he be directing?' You know? And then when he went over the budget that — at that time I think it was like $6 million — my God, he had gone over $6 million; it was the talk of the town. I said, 'Does that really matter?' What came out was a beautiful, beautiful Western." From an interview on NPR's Fresh Aire.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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Top: Brando directs Sam Gilman in One-Eyed Jacks' bank-robbery scene. Gilman was a good friend of Brando's and appeared in a number of his films.
Bottom: Gilman as Doc Holliday in the Star Trek episode "The Spectre Of The Gun."
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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More script changes?
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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Rio (Brando) is captured by the Rurales in the first couple reels of One-Eyed Jacks.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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German lobby card for Der Besessene, featuring the whipping scene.
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amillionfeetoffilm · 10 years ago
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One-Eyed Jacks plays the Wadena Drive-In in Wadena, Minnesota.
The Wadena opened in 1955 and closed in 1989.
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