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Goldwyn Greats: Guys and Dolls


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The first in a season of films produced by the legendary SAMUEL GOLDWYN Tonight starring
Marlon Brando
Jean Simmons , Frank Sinatra Vivian Blaine with Robert Keith , Stubby Kaye B. S. Pulley , Johnny Silver and The Goldwyn Girls
Damon Runyon 's colourful characters are brought to musical life in this film version of the Broadway success. The hit songs include ' Luck Be a Lady ' and ' Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat.'
Adapted from a story by DAMON RUNYON Director SAMUEL GOLDWYN
This Week's Films: page 23


Unknown: Samuel Goldwyn
Unknown: Marlon Brando
Unknown: Jean Simmons
Unknown: Frank Sinatra
Unknown: Vivian Blaine
Unknown: Robert Keith
Unknown: Stubby Kaye
Unknown: B. S. Pulley
Unknown: Johnny Silver
Unknown: Goldwyn Girls
Unknown: Damon Runyon
Story By: Damon Runyon
Director: Samuel Goldwyn
Sky Masterson: Marlon Brando
Sarah Brown: Jean Simmons
Nathan Detroit: Frank Sinatra
Adelaide: Vivian Blaine
Lt Brannigan: Robert Keith
Nicely-Nicely Johnson: Stubby Kaye
Big Jule: B S Pulley
Benny Southstreet: Johnny Silver
Harry the Horse: Sheldon Leonard
Rusty Charlie: Dan Dayton
Arvid Abernathy: Regis Toomey
Laverne: Veda Ann Borg

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