Guys and Dolls (1955)
"Figuring weight for age, all dolls are the same",
Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) is the manager of the New York'slongest- established floating craps game, and he needs $1000 to securea new location. Confident of his odds, he bets the city'shighest-roller, Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando), that he can't woouptight missionary Sarah Brown (Jean Simmons).
...contending that "maybe you don't sound so good, but at least it's you."
Despite Goldwyn's backhanded confidence, the pair both do well to carry-entire musical numbers themselves. Simmons suggests the same child-like-liveliness that Audrey Hepburn might have brought to the role, and Brando exudes such self-assurance and charisma that it doesn't matter that his singing voice isn't quite there.
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