Knowledge Identifier: +Lee_Marvin
In 1950, Marvin moved to Hollywood .
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
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
Marvin won the 1965 Academy Award for Best Actor for his comic role in the offbeat Western Cat Ballou starring Jane Fonda.
In 1975 Marvin and Pamela moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he lived until his death.
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.
In August 1981, the California Court of Appeal found there was no such contract, and thus nullified the award she had been made.
In December 1986, Marvin underwent intestinal surgery after suffering abdominal pains while at his ranch outside Tucson, Arizona.