DescriptionA Marlon Brando Golden Globe Award for "On The Waterfront." Columbia, 1954. Made of gold-colored metal on a white marble base, front placard reads "To Marlon Brando / for the / Best Dramatic / Performance / of / 1954 / By An Actor / On The Waterfront / The Hollywood / Foreign / Correspondents / Association;" presented to the actor for his searing portrayal of "Terry Malloy" where he delivered one of the most famous lines in film history: "...I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody instead of a bum which is what I am. Let's face it." (Please note the 'globe' portion is tarnished with most of its luster gone due to age and there are slight scratches on the placard.)
9" x 3" x 3"
Included with a "Letter of Authenticity" signed by Alice Marchak, Marlon Brando's longtime personal assistant.
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