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Guys and Dolls (1955)

Guys and Dolls
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Marlon Brando Marlon Brando
Sky Masterson
Jean Simmons Jean Simmons
Sarah Brown
Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra
Nathan Detroit
Vivian Blaine Vivian Blaine
Miss Adelaide
Robert Keith Robert Keith
Lt. Brannigan
Stubby Kaye Stubby Kaye
Nicely-Nicely Johnson
B.S. Pully B.S. Pully
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Johnny Silver Johnny Silver
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A classic

3 years, 4 months ago at Feb 4 23:34
Considering the fact that I’m not a huge fan of musicals in general, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but since it is a classic, I was still eager to check it out. With the first dance sequence, I got kind of worried and thought it would be a rather long and boring watch. Fortunately, as soon as Frank Sinatra and, above all, Marlon Brando showed up, it became much more enjoyable. I... read more

Guys and Dolls

1 year, 3 months ago at Feb 28 8:49
Perhaps it’s a bit too long, and maybe a few of the musical sequences are a little stiff, but I still think Guys and Dolls is an enjoyable riot. Obvious musical players like Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine excel here, but Jean Simmons is the surprising coup, providing the movie with a heart and soul, while Marlon Brando reveals that there was a natural comedian lurking underneath all that smolde... read more
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In New York, a gambler is challenged to take a cold female missionary to Havana. But they fall for each other and the bet has a hidden motive to finance a crap game.
Release date: 16 January 1956
UPC: 027616809322
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" TITLE OF WRITTEN WORK: Guys and Dolls PUBLISHED FORMAT: short stories AUTHOR/CREATOR: Damon Runyon ORIGINAL PUBLICATION YEAR: 1932 HAVE I READ: No NOTES: N/A "


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Guys and Dolls

“Perhaps it’s a bit too long, and maybe a few of the musical sequences are a little stiff, but I still think Guys and Dolls is an enjoyable riot. Obvious musical players like Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine excel here, but Jean Simmons is the surprising coup, providing the movie with a heart and soul, while Marlon Brando reveals that there was a natural comedian lurking underneath all that smoldering Method intensity. Perfect it ain’t, but it’s got a lot of color and charm.   Let’s get the problems out of the way first, because what works outweighs it. Director Joseph L. Mankiewicz was a natural for quiet, small character-driven dramas, look at his superior “women’s picture” A Letter to Three Wives or the towering achievement that is All About Eve, but he wasn’t a natural” read more


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