One-Eyed Jacks

One-Eyed Jacks, a western movie released in 1961, is the only film directed by Marlon Brando, who replaced original director, Stanley Kubrick.

It also starred Brando as the lead character, Rio. Other notable actors in the work include Karl Malden, Slim Pickens and Katy Jurado.

The script was originally adapted by Rod Serling from the Charles Neider novel of the same name. Serling was replaced by a string of screenwriters, including Sam Peckinpah and Calder Willingham before Guy Trosper finished the final script.

The film was Paramount Pictures' last feature released in Vista Vision.

Cinematographer Charles Lang recieved an Academy Award nomination in the Best Cinematography, Color category that year.


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