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Little boy gets excited when the Disney music comes on

Little boy gets excited when the Disney music comes on

Little boy gets excited when the Disney music comes on

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Karl Malden’s daughters reflect on life with the ‘Streetcar Named Desire’ star: ‘He was like a big child’

Karl Malden’s daughters reflect on life with the ‘Streetcar Named Desire’ star: ‘He was like a big child’

Carla and Mila Malden knew they weren’t like other kids.

For starters, they lived in a home on a canyon in Los Angeles where they were neighbors with movie stars like Richard Widmark and Eva Marie Saint. But their father, Karl Malden, was also part of Hollywood royalty. In fact, he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1952’s “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which also starred Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh.

“He was a magnificent, fantastic father,” Carla, 66, recently told Closer Weekly for the magazine’s latest issue, currently on newsstands.

“He was funny and caring and in a lot of ways he was like a big child himself,” she continued. “Children adored him, and he adored children.”

Malden passed away in 2009 at age 97 from natural causes. In his lifetime, he not only enjoyed a career that spanned for more than 60 years in theater, film and television, but he also enjoyed a loving marriage of more than 70 years to former actress Mona Greenberg.

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Karl Malden and Mona Graham during Screening of "Genocide" at Academy Theater in Beverly Hills, California, United States.

Karl Malden and Mona Graham during Screening of "Genocide" at Academy Theater in Beverly Hills, California, United States. ((Photo by Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images)

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Malden’s daughters shared that while he was often away on set, he always made sure to include his children in his work whenever he was home.

“I remember my sister and I rehearsing all of his songs from ‘Gypsy’ with him after dinner every night,” Mila, 72, recalled to the outlet about her father’s role in the 1962 musical. “He was goofy, warm and sweet.”

Malden also enjoyed a close bond with Brando. The two starred in three films together, including 1954’s “On the Waterfront” and 1961’s “One-Eyed Jack.”

“He picked parts that were different from each other, so he was never pigeonholed,” said Mila. “And he always threw himself into whatever he was doing 150 percent.”

And the women insisted Malden was always grateful to have a place in Hollywood. They shared he wasn’t above taking a gig doing TV commercials because it meant he was still working.

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Karl Malden and Doris Day.

Karl Malden and Doris Day. (Getty)

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Laurence Olivier was doing an ad campaign for Polaroid cameras, so he figured, ‘Well, if Olivier can do it, I can do it,’” said Carla. “He shot one ad a week [for American Express] for 21 years, and he was happy to do it.”

But despite Malden’s accomplishments, his daughters said his greatest accomplishment was his close-knit family — including his great-grandchildren.

“He was never cantankerous — he was always loving and grateful,” said Carla. “He considered himself enormously fortunate, and he was always surrounded by family who adored him. He had a really magnificent life. It was beyond his wildest dreams.”

In 2004, Malden told the Los Angeles Times that he broke his nose twice playing sports as a teenager, which made the former Indiana steel-mill worker realize that he would never be a leading man — and he was perfectly content with that.

“I never thought I was salable,” he recalled at the time. “I learned in my second year of drama school that I was not a leading man — I was a character actor. So I thought, I’d better be the best character actor around.”

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Malden appeared in more than 50 films. His last role was that of Father Thomas Cavanaugh in 2000 for the TV series “The West Wing.”

Saint, who worked with Malden in “On The Waterfront,” called her neighbor and pal “a consummate actor.”

“He never changed, he always became the character,” she told the outlet at the time of Malden’s death. “If you watch his work, he never falls, there’s never a false move.”

The outlet also noted that Malden often said: “I’m the happiest man in the world because of my family.”

In 1991, Malden admitted to the outlet that he never expected to win an Oscar for “A Streetcar Named Desire.” His family was in New York while he was filming on the west coast, which meant Malden drove to the ceremony alone in an old green rented Chevy. Malden was so embarrassed when he saw the limousines pulling up for the ceremony, he parked two blocks away.

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“I had a coat because in New York you had a coat — a top coat — and I walked in,” he recalled. “Nobody knew me.”

When Malden’s name was called as the winner, he asked Humphrey Bogart, who was in attendance with Lauren Bacall, to watch his coat.

“He said, ‘Get up there kid, take your Oscar,’” said Malden. “About a half-hour later, I see Bogart holding an Oscar for Best Actor in ‘The African Queen.’ The first thing I said to him is, ‘What did you do with my coat?’ He said in nice words, ‘Forget your coat, hold on to the god—n. Oscar.’”

Trump's impeachment inquiry: rapper A$AP Rocky mentioned at least five time in Sondland's testimony

Trump's impeachment inquiry: rapper A$AP Rocky mentioned at least five time in Sondland's testimony

A$AP Rocky made an unlikely cameo in a marathon House impeachment hearing Wednesday when U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland mentioned his name on at least five separate occasions in relation to the American rapper’s jailing in Sweden -- an international incident that happened around the same time President Trump asked Ukraine for a probe into Joe Biden and his son.

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During his lengthy opening statement, Sondland said he was at a restaurant in Kiev on July 26 when he and Trump spoke on the phone for about 5 minutes. The State Department official testified that the main focus of the call was to discuss how Trump should address public outcry for A$AP Rocky’s release. He said they also talked about Trump’s request, made over the phone on July 25, that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the country.

“The call lasted 5 minutes. I remember I was at a restaurant in Kiev and I have no reason to doubt that this conversation included the subject of investigation,” Sondland said. “Other witnesses have recently shared their recollection of overhearing this call… It’s true that the president speaks loudly at times, and it’s also true, I think we primarily discussed A$AP Rocky.”

U.S. diplomat David Holmes testified in a closed-door hearing earlier this month that, while at the Kiev restaurant, he overheard Sondland tell Trump to let A$AP Rocky "get sentenced, play the racism card, and give him a ticker-tape when he comes home." Holmes said the requested Biden probe was also a topic of the phone conversation.

Later in Tuesday’s hearing, Sondland explained, after pressed by Democratic counsel Daniel Goldman, that Holmes’ mention of the rapper helped trigger his memory about the call. Goldman had asked why Sondland waited until Tuesday to bring up A$AP Rocky, and left the rapper’s name out of his initial closed-door testimony.

Sondland dropped A$AP Rocky’s name at least three more times during Tuesday’s hearing before the House Intelligence Committee, mostly in relation to his phone call with Trump.

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The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, spent about a month jailed in Sweden after he was arrested on July 3 in connection to a street brawl outside a fast-food restaurant in Stockholm, where he stopped on a leg of his European tour.

He pleaded not guilty to assault charges, claiming he was acting in self-defense. Trump had asked Sweden’s prime minister to release A$AP Rocky on bail—something that does not exist within the Swedish justice system. The rapper was released on Aug. 2 and swiftly returned to the U.S. He was later found guilty of assault but was not required to serve additional jail time.

In a tongue-and-cheek tweet, Trump celebrated the rapper's return home, writing:

"A$AP Rocky released from prison and on his way home to the United States from Sweden. It was a Rocky Week, get home ASAP A$AP!" 

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