Lee Marvin

Lee Marvin has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Bikers Of America, Know Your Rights!' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Lee Marvin was highly popular in August, 2016.

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Exhibition: ‘Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s’ at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee

[...] Heat (1953), noted for its uncompromising brutality, especially for a scene in which Lee Marvin throws scalding coffee on Gloria Grahame’s face. As Lang’s visual style simplified, [...]

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The 15 Best Movies About America by Foreign Directors

[...] as the one good cop, an example of stoicism in the face of constant intimidation. A young Lee Marvin ratchets up the action as a loathsome hood capable of exploding into violence at any moment. At [...]

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Pulling Focus: The Limey (1999)

[...] told me, ‘I’m gonna make a kind of Point Blank,’ I was in heaven. I figured what made Lee Marvin so ominous was that his lowest tension was his highest intensity. So I thought, that’s [...]

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Ten Most Notorious Outlaw Biker Gangs...............

[...] reveled in his reputation as a biker hellraiser, and reportedly served as the inspiration for Lee Marvin's Chino character in Columbia Pictures' The Wild One (1953), which also starred Marlon Brando [...]

bikersofamerica.blogspot.com

Ten Most Notorious Outlaw Biker Gangs

[...] reveled in his reputation as a biker hellraiser, and reportedly served as the inspiration for Lee Marvin's Chino character in Columbia Pictures' The Wild One (1953), which also starred Marlon Brando [...]

bikersofamerica.blogspot.com

The 25 Best Movies About The Cold War

[...] Park. Early on he suspects the KGB might be involved, along with a nefarious American played by Lee Marvin. As Renko investigates the case he gets in a relationship Irina (Joanna Pacula), a beautiful [...]

tasteofcinema.com

The 25 Best Movies About Contract Killers and Assassins

[...] ’s an enjoyable cult classic featuring star turns from the aforementioned Gulager, lead hitman Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, and Ronald Reagan (in his last role before going into [...]

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