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Lee Marvin

Knowledge Identifier: +Lee_Marvin


Lee Marvin

American film actoradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1924.

Countries: United States (67%), (10%), Vietnam (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Wayne, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, Charles Bronson

Linked to: Democratic Party, St. Leo University, Playboy, NBC




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Lee Marvin was born in 1924 add something


In 1950, Marvin moved to Hollywood . add something


Action film - Actors from the 1950s and 1960s, such as John Wayne, Steve McQueen and Lee Marvin, passed the torch in the 1970s to actors such as Bruce Lee, Tom Laughlin, Charles Bronson, Chuck Norris, Clint Eastwood and Sonny Chiba


Charles Bronson - He made several appearances on television in the 1950s and 1960s, including a 1952 segment, with fellow guest star Lee Marvin, of "Biff Baker, U.S.A.", an espionage series on CBS starring Alan Hale, Jr.


His debut was in You're in the Navy Now, and in 1952 he appeared in several films, including Don Siegel's Duel at Silver Creek, Hangman's Knot, and the war drama Eight Iron Men. He played Gloria Grahame's vicious boyfriend in Fritz Lang's The Big Heat. add something


Jack Warden - He made his film debut with an uncredited role in the 1951 film "You're in the Navy Now", a movie which featured the film debuts of Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson


Harry Brown (writer) - It was later filmed by Stanley Kramer under the title "Eight Iron Men" with a different cast of Bonar Colleano, Lee Marvin, and Arthur Franz in 1952, was a 1961 television production with Peter Falk, Robert Lansing, and Sal Mineo directed by Seymour Robbie


The Big Heat - "'The Big Heat"' is a 1953 film noir directed by Fritz Lang, starring Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, and Lee Marvin


Claude Akins - He appeared in 1954's "The Caine Mutiny" as a seaman and shipmate of Lee Marvin


Ken Curtis - In the late 50s, Curtis was featured in all three of the only films produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's C. V. Whitney Pictures; the first was "The Searchers" in 1956 with John Wayne, the second was "The Missouri Traveler" in 1958 with Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin and the third was "The Young Land" in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper


Bobby Driscoll - In 1957, he had only one television part, that of the loyal brother of a criminal immigrant in "M Squad", a long-running crime series starring Lee Marvin


Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney - Second was "The Missouri Traveler" in 1958 with Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin and the third "The Young Land" in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper


The Searchers (film) - "The Searchers" is the first of only three films produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's C. V. Whitney Pictures; the second being "The Missouri Traveler" in 1958 with Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin, the last being "The Young Land" in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper


Lloyd Bochner - Bochner is memorably smooth and malicious as the gangster Carter up against Lee Marvin in John Boorman's seminal 1960s film noir "Point Blank"


Tony Curtis - Curtis was a lifelong Democrat and attended the 1960 Democratic National Convention alongside such liberal performers as Edward G. Robinson, Shelley Winters, Ralph Bellamy, and Lee Marvin


Lee Van Cleef - He played one of Lee Marvin's villainous henchmen in the 1962 John Ford classic "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", with James Stewart and John Wayne


Elizabeth Allen (actress) - In 1963, Allen starred with John Wayne, Dorothy Lamour and Lee Marvin in the John Ford film "Donovan's Reef"


Clu Gulager - He starred with Lee Marvin, Ronald_Reagan and Angie Dickinson in the 1964 version of "The Killers"


Marvin won the 1965 Academy Award for Best Actor for his comic role in the offbeat Western Cat Ballou starring Jane Fonda. add something


Dwayne Hickman - In 1965, Hickman appeared in the comedy film "Cat Ballou" along with Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin


The Dirty Dozen - "'The Dirty Dozen"' is a 1967 war film directed by Robert Aldrich, released by MGM, and starring Lee Marvin


In 1968, Marvin appeared in another Boorman film, the critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful World War II character study Hell in the Pacific, starring famed Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune. add something


Marvin was a liberal Democrat who opposed the Vietnam War and declared his support for the gay rights movement in a January 1969 interview with Playboy magazine. add something


Jean Seberg - In 1969, she appeared in her first and only musical film, "Paint Your Wagon", based on Lerner and Loewe's stage musical, and co-starring Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood


Jack Schaefer - Schaefer's novel "Monte Walsh" was made into a movie in 1970, with Lee Marvin in the title role, and again in 2003 as a TV movie starring Tom Selleck


In 1971, Marvin was sued by Michelle Triola, his live-in girlfriend from 1965–1970, who legally changed her surname to 'Marvin'. add something


In 1975 Marvin and Pamela moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he lived until his death. add something


In 1979, Marvin was ordered to pay $104,000 to Triola for "rehabilitation purposes" but the court denied her community property claim for one-half of the $3.6 million which Marvin had earned during their six years of cohabitation - distinguishing non-marital relationship contracts from marriage, with community property rights only attaching to the latter by operation of law. add something


The Big Red One - "'The Big Red One"' is a World War II war film starring Lee Marvin and Mark Hamill, released in 1980


In August 1981, the California Court of Appeal found there was no such contract, and thus nullified the award she had been made. add something


In December 1986, Marvin underwent intestinal surgery after suffering abdominal pains while at his ranch outside Tucson, Arizona. add something


Lee Marvin died in 1987 add something


He died of a heart attack on August 29, 1987 after being hospitalized for more than two weeks because of "a run-down condition related to the flu add something


Claudia passed away on November 27, 2012 add something


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Running Press, 2013 add something


" Tucson, Arizona: Schaffner Press, Inc., 2013 add something