A small town is besieged by a gang of motorcyclists in this '50's classic. One of Brando's great early roles!
One of Tracy's classic films, in which a beleagured dad prepares for his daughter's impending wedding. Old-fashioned and fun movie features early performance by Broadway star Tamblyn. Many Oscar nominations!
Much method-acting with occasional cuts away to scenes outside, biker Johnny (Marlon Brando) expresses interest in small town waitress Kathie (Mary Murphy) in The Wild One, 1954.
Improbably articulate Chino (Lee Marvin) has led his rival bike gang into town and is itching for a fight with ex-pal Johnny (Marlon Brando), leader of the Black Rebels, in The Wild One, 1954.
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An angry young Marlon Brando scorches the screen as THE WILD ONE in this powerful '50s cult classic. Brando plays Johnny, the leader of a vicious biker gang which invades a small, sleepy California town. What's Johnny rebelling against? What have you got? - he sneers. The leather-jacketed young biker seems hell-bent for destruction until he falls for Kathie (Mary Murphy), a good girl whose father (Robert Keith) happens to be a cop. Unfortunately for Johnny, his one shot at redemption is threatened by a psychotic rival, Chino (Lee Marvin), plus the hostility and prejudice of the townspeople. All their smoldering passions explode in an electrifying climax!
Marlon Brando scorches the screen in this powerful '50s cult classic about a biker gang that terrorizes a small California town.
Johnny, the leader of a vicious biker gang who invades a small, sleepy California town. The leather-jacketed young biker seems hell-bent for destruction until he falls for Kathie, a good girl whose father happens to be a cop.
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