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Even more tales to be told in Lee Marvin: Point Blank.
AN UNTOLD MARTIN MILNER STORY ABOUT LEE MARVIN ... Veteran actor Martin Milner may not seem like a likely candidate for a wealth of great anecdotes concerning Lee Marvin but when I interviewed him he proved to be just that! Click on the link to read more!
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Interview with author Dwayne Epstein on Lee Marvin and his contribution to American cinema violence.
SPOILER ALERT: Includes important climatic scenes from THE KILLERS (1964). If you have yet to see the film, don't watch this video! To read more about Lee Marvin's fascinating life & career, click the link below:
http://www.amazon.com/Lee-Marvin-Point-Dwayne-Epstein/dp/1936182408/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1336851662&sr=1-4
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LEE MARVIN PAPERBACK TIE-INS FINALE: THE 80s! - In the last decade in which he worked, Lee Marvin continued to look for worthy projects in spite of his age and the dearth of material. Times had clearly changed from the experimental films of the 60s & 70s that had made him a star. As the paperback covers below indicate, he did try….. click the link below for more!
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STILL MORE LEE MARVIN PAPERBACK TIE-INS: THE 1970s - The 1970s is now considered a golden age of American filmmaking as the studio system and production code became extinct and new filmmakers and revisionist ideas took hold. For Lee Marvin, that period was a mixed bag with a nary a hit film throughout the decade but several that went on to become bona fide successes with the passage of time. Click the link below for more! 
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MORE LEE MARVIN PAPERBACK MOVIE TIE-INS: THE 1960S - Lee Marvin’s star finally ascended when he was in his 40s and the promotional material for his films, such as paperback movie tie-ins, prove it. Below are more examples….
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Ahh, Hollywood. If it’s ever possible to make a few extra sheckels via promotional ideas connected to a project, rest assured the studios will do it. A good example is the now quicky fading movie tie-in paperback, a former staple in bookstores, revolving drugstore book racks, bus stations, you name it! Click the link below to read more!
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1955 was a VERY busy cinematic year for Lee Marvin with no less than eight different movie appearances in theaters across America at the time. The first release was probably the most memorable as January 7th saw the release of the now classic, Bad Day at Black Rock. Click the link below to read more!!!
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