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* TeensAreMonstersTeensAreMonsters: Though near the end the adults are shown not to be much better, and far more hypocritical.


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* WhenHeSmiles: [[spoiler: At the end when Johnny gives Katie his stolen trophy they both give each other their first genuine smiles, and they both look adorable.]]


* LargeHam: Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny. Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was (pretty much all of them).

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* LargeHam: Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny. Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin Creator/LeeMarvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was (pretty much all of them).


While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal of alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler was one of the iconic touchstones of [[TheFifties Fifties]] youth culture, and has been referenced and parodied many times in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).

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While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal of alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler was one of the iconic touchstones of [[TheFifties Fifties]] youth culture, and has been referenced referenced, homaged, and parodied many times in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).


While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal of alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler was one of the iconic touchstones of [[TheFifties Fifties]] youth culture, and has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).

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While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal of alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler was one of the iconic touchstones of [[TheFifties Fifties]] youth culture, and has been referenced and parodied many times in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).


While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).

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While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as of alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler was one of the iconic touchstones of [[TheFifties Fifties]] youth culture, and has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).


While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves Strabler's gang riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).

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While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves Strabler's gang Strabler and company riding into a quiet town of "squares", causing tension between the locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).


''Film/CoolAsIce'' is a remake of this. Yeah.

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This film was banned in the UK until 1968. And ''Film/CoolAsIce'' is a remake of this. Yeah.

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* AbuseMistake: One of the townspeople mistakenly assumes Johnny has assaulted Kathie, leading to a vigilante mob catching and beating him.


While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves a biker gang riding into a quiet town of "squares" and causing tension between the locals.

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While not Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves a biker Strabler's gang riding into a quiet town of "squares" and "squares", causing tension between the locals.
locals, and tangling with a rival biker gang headed by Chino (Creator/LeeMarvin).



* LargeHam: Creator/LeeMarvin as Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny. Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was (pretty much all of them).

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* LargeHam: Creator/LeeMarvin as Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny. Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was (pretty much all of them).


''The Wild One'' is a 1953 film starring Creator/MarlonBrando. While not his first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counter culture image and his portrayal as biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves a biker gang riding into a quiet town of "squares" and causing tension between the locals.

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''The Wild One'' is a 1953 film produced by Creator/StanleyKramer, directed by László Benedek, and starring Creator/MarlonBrando. Creator/MarlonBrando.

While not his Brando's first film, it was one of the first to play off of his counter culture image and counterculture image; his portrayal as alienated biker gang leader Johnny Strabler has been referenced and parodied in the decades since. The story involves a biker gang riding into a quiet town of "squares" and causing tension between the locals.


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-->'''Mildred:''' Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?
-->'''Johnny:''' Whadda you got?

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->'''Mildred:'''
Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?
-->'''Johnny:''' ->'''Johnny:''' Whadda you got?



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* LargeHam: Creator/LeeMarvin as Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny.
** Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was.(Pretty much all of them)

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* LargeHam: Creator/LeeMarvin as Chino, especially when compared to the relatively [[TheStoic stoic]] Johnny.
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Johnny. Apparently, this was in part due to MethodActing; Lee Marvin was actually drunk on the set for scenes where his character was.(Pretty was (pretty much all of them)them).

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