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  • Marlon is a fantastic dramatic actor, and his is a great opportunity for people to see that!

    Can Marlon Wayans pull off Richard Pryor? | EW.com

  • Pryor often was just on the other side of sanity and I think Marlon is capable of letting himself go on that side and then come back to this side.

    Can Marlon Wayans pull off Richard Pryor? | EW.com

  • Marlon is too young to play Richard Pryor and he isn’t a true comedian.

    Can Marlon Wayans pull off Richard Pryor? | EW.com

  • I began banging my fist on the door and shouting his name like Marlon Brando screamed “Stella” in Streetcar.

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  • I began banging my fist on the door and shouting his name like Marlon Brando screamed “Stella” in Streetcar.

    Curse of the Spellmans

  • Glass calls Marlon "a great young man" who falls in love easily - a declaration that prompts the 18-year-old to rub his hand over his face in embarrassment.

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  • Glass calls Marlon "a great young man" who falls in love easily - a declaration that prompts the 18-year-old to rub his hand over his face in embarrassment.

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  • He then hits out at his brothers one by one - calling Marlon "old-fashioned", branding Jackie "negative" and referring to Randy, who later joined the group, as "hard-headed" and

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  • In a soapbox soliloquy, Eldon declares himself an Independent, which his best friend, "Marlon", calls the "bisexual of American politics."

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  • "Marlon," said the voice of Central Four, "damaging the persona unit could add another year to your service."

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