Marlon Brando Filmography - Stage


Year Title Role Notes
1944 I Remember Mama Nels Broadway debut
1946 Truckline Café Sage McRae First collaborations with Elia Kazan and Karl Malden
First major appearance on Broadway
A Flag is Born David
Candida Eugene Marchbanks
Antigone Messenger
1947 A Streetcar Named Desire Stanley Kowalski
1953 Arms and the Man Sergius Final play

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