History Creator / LeeMarvin

13th Dec '16 7:48:12 AM Doug86
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A decorated veteran of WorldWarII, Marvin started acting in New York and appeared on Broadway in the early 1950s. In the movies he was first typecast as a brutal thug, usually in westerns and crime dramas such as ''Film/TheBigHeat'' (1953), ''Film/TheWildOne'' (1954, with Marlon Brando), ''Film/BadDayAtBlackRock'' (1955) and ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance'' (1962). After a three-year stint as the star of television's ''M Squad'' (1957-60), Marvin gradually moved from villain to hero in the movies and by 1965 had won an Oscar for his dual role in the broad western comedy ''Film/CatBallou'' (1965).

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A decorated veteran of WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, Marvin started acting in New York and appeared on Broadway in the early 1950s. In the movies he was first typecast as a brutal thug, usually in westerns and crime dramas such as ''Film/TheBigHeat'' (1953), ''Film/TheWildOne'' (1954, with Marlon Brando), ''Film/BadDayAtBlackRock'' (1955) and ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance'' (1962). After a three-year stint as the star of television's ''M Squad'' (1957-60), Marvin gradually moved from villain to hero in the movies and by 1965 had won an Oscar for his dual role in the broad western comedy ''Film/CatBallou'' (1965).
12th Dec '16 4:34:54 PM Xtifr
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'''Lee Marvin''' (February 19, 1924 August 29, 1987) Tall, rangy, white-haired and, at times, just plain mean-looking, Lee Marvin was one of the most rugged heroes of the big screen and one of Hollywood's biggest stars in the late 1960s.

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'''Lee Marvin''' Lee Marvin (February 19, 1924 August 29, 1987) Tall, rangy, white-haired and, at times, just plain mean-looking, Lee Marvin was one of the most rugged heroes of the big screen and one of Hollywood's biggest stars in the late 1960s.
1st Nov '16 3:44:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: Not only was this his typical archetype in movies but Lee Marvin was a Marine sniper in World War II who fought at Saipan and earned a purple heart for his service there. Notable is that he is one of the few survivors in the battle of his platoon. Even before the war, he was already known to hunt in the then uncharted Everglades in Florida and among his favorite shooting game was WILD PUMAS.
4th Aug '16 3:03:46 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* {{Badass}}: Not only was this his typical archetype in movies but Lee Marvin was a marine sniper in World War II who fought at Saipan and earned a purple heart for his service there. Notable is that he is one of the few survivors in the battle of his platoon. Even before the war, he was already known to hunt in the then uncharted Everglades in Florida and among his favorite shooting game was WILD PUMAS.

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* {{Badass}}: Not only was this his typical archetype in movies but Lee Marvin was a marine Marine sniper in World War II who fought at Saipan and earned a purple heart for his service there. Notable is that he is one of the few survivors in the battle of his platoon. Even before the war, he was already known to hunt in the then uncharted Everglades in Florida and among his favorite shooting game was WILD PUMAS.
25th Feb '16 12:01:50 PM Chabal2
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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His distinctive looks and fearsome film persona have given him a posthumous career as a common choice as the physical model for [[ImplacableMan Implacable Men]] in drawn or animated works, in particular the Saint of Killers in ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' and Il Tredici in ''Webcomic/{{Bandette}}''.

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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His distinctive looks and fearsome film persona have given him a posthumous career as a common choice as the physical model for [[ImplacableMan Implacable Men]] in drawn or animated works, in particular the Saint of Killers in ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', General Carrington in ''{{ComicBook/XIII}}'', and Il Tredici in ''Webcomic/{{Bandette}}''.
20th Sep '15 9:56:55 AM Exxolon
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->"The guy is built like granite. Nobody will ever underestimate him again".

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->"The -->"The guy is built like granite. Nobody will ever underestimate him again".
20th Sep '15 9:56:38 AM Exxolon
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* MuggingTheMonster: He once picked a fight with Creator/RogerMoore, accusing him of looking wimpy. Moore kicked his ass.

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* MuggingTheMonster: He once picked a fight with Creator/RogerMoore, accusing him of looking wimpy. Moore kicked his ass. Afterwards Marvin was quoted as saying:
->"The guy is built like granite. Nobody will ever underestimate him again".
28th Aug '15 3:31:11 AM LondonKdS
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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His distinctive looks and fearsome film persona have given him a posthumous career as a common choice as the physical model for [[ImplacableMan Implacable Men]] in drawn or animated works, in particular the Saint of Killers in ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' and Il Tredici in ''Webcomic/{{Bandette}}''.
6th Aug '15 6:59:44 AM Morgenthaler
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As a leading man, Marvin starred in a variety of movies, including ''Film/PointBlank'' and ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' (both 1967), ''Film/HellInThePacific'' (1968), ''Film/PaintYourWagon'' (1969, a musical western with Creator/ClintEastwood), ''Film/MonteWalsh'' (1970) and ''Film/EmperorOfTheNorth'' (1973). In 1979 Marvin made headlines when longtime girlfriend Michelle Triola sued him for half his fortune in what was called the "palimony" trial (Triola's claim was ultimately rejected). His later films include ''Film/TheBigRedOne'' (1980), ''Literature/GorkyPark'' (1983), and ''Film/TheDeltaForce'' (1986). He died of a heart attack at age 63.

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As a leading man, Marvin starred in a variety of movies, including ''Film/PointBlank'' and ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' (both 1967), ''Film/HellInThePacific'' (1968), ''Film/PaintYourWagon'' (1969, a musical western with Creator/ClintEastwood), ''Film/MonteWalsh'' (1970) and ''Film/EmperorOfTheNorth'' (1973). In 1979 Marvin made headlines when longtime girlfriend Michelle Triola sued him for half his fortune in what was called the "palimony" trial (Triola's claim was ultimately rejected). His later films include ''Film/TheBigRedOne'' (1980), ''Film/DeathHunt'' (1981), ''Literature/GorkyPark'' (1983), and ''Film/TheDeltaForce'' (1986). He died of a heart attack at age 63.
23rd May '15 1:29:48 AM Morgenthaler
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As a leading man, Marvin starred in a variety of movies, including ''Film/PointBlank'' and ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' (both 1967), ''HellInThePacific'' (1968), ''Film/PaintYourWagon'' (1969, a musical western with Creator/ClintEastwood), ''MonteWalsh'' (1970) and ''EmperorOfTheNorth'' (1973). In 1979 Marvin made headlines when longtime girlfriend Michelle Triola sued him for half his fortune in what was called the "palimony" trial (Triola's claim was ultimately rejected). His later films include ''Film/TheBigRedOne'' (1980), ''Literature/GorkyPark'' (1983), and ''Film/TheDeltaForce'' (1986). He died of a heart attack at age 63.

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As a leading man, Marvin starred in a variety of movies, including ''Film/PointBlank'' and ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' (both 1967), ''HellInThePacific'' ''Film/HellInThePacific'' (1968), ''Film/PaintYourWagon'' (1969, a musical western with Creator/ClintEastwood), ''MonteWalsh'' ''Film/MonteWalsh'' (1970) and ''EmperorOfTheNorth'' ''Film/EmperorOfTheNorth'' (1973). In 1979 Marvin made headlines when longtime girlfriend Michelle Triola sued him for half his fortune in what was called the "palimony" trial (Triola's claim was ultimately rejected). His later films include ''Film/TheBigRedOne'' (1980), ''Literature/GorkyPark'' (1983), and ''Film/TheDeltaForce'' (1986). He died of a heart attack at age 63.
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