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  • In 1963, 45 British writers put their signatures to an affirmation approving of the boycott, and, in 1964, American actor Marlon Brando called for a similar affirmation for films.Apartheid-Wikipedia
  • The third person to refuse the award was Marlon Brando, who refused his award (Best Actor for 1972's The Godfather), citing the film industry's discrimination and mistreatment of Native Americans.Academy Awards-Wikipedia
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  • The first show was marred by technical lapses, and the crowd booed a speech by Marlon Brando.Michael Jackson-Wikipedia
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  • Together they have a son, Marlon Leon Sundeep (named after the actor Marlon Brando), born in 1969, and a daughter, Angela (originally named Dandelion), born in 1972.Keith Richards-Wikipedia

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