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    Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Have We Got A Bet?

    Sinatra (as "Nathan Detroit") and Brando (as "Sky Masterson") did not click, and Marlon is said to have caused Frank to eat tons of cheesecake in this, their first scene together, in Joseph L. Mankiewiez's Guys And Dolls, 1955.

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