Guys And Dolls (1955) - (Movie Clip) If I Were A Bell
Big treat for Jean Simmons fans, as "Sergeant" Sarah Brown, with gambler Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando) after their night out in Havana, Frank Loesser's If I Were A Bell, both actors recording their own vocals, from Guys And Dolls, 1955.
Guys And Dolls - (Original Trailer)
Ed Sullivan hosts the trailer for the movie version of the Broadway musical Guys And Dolls (1955) starring Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra.
Guys and Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) The Oldest Established
Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) comiserates with pals Benny (Johnny Silver) and Nicely-Nicely (Stubby Kaye) who then join him in Frank Loesser's tune "The Oldest Established," in Guys and Dolls, 1955.
Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Know
The first of the famous Marlon Brando vocals, as gambler "Sky Masterson," with Salvation Army sister Sarah (Jean Simmons, also doing her own singing) considering the romantic future with Frank Loesser's I'll Know, in Guys And Dolls, 1955.
Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Adelaide
Frank Sinatra (as Nathan Detroit) with his one ballad, Frank Loesser's "Adelaide," sung to his fianceè (Vivian Blaine), which he chose to sing not-fully in character, in the Samuel Goldwyn production of Guys And Dolls, 1955, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) On The Inskirts
Dialogue from writer-director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, via Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, from Damon Runyon's story, Salvation Army Sergeant Sarah Brown (Jean Simmons) and gambler Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando), just before their first song in Guys And Dolls, 1955.
Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Have We Got A Bet?
Sinatra and Brando (as Damon Runyon's rival hustlers Nathan Detroit and 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. Mankiewicz's Guys And Dolls, 1955.