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When Nathan and Adelaide are in the restaurant, Adelaide sneezes and raises her hand to her nose. In the next shot, she is holding a handkerchief in her hand which wasn't there before. See more »
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If all that was no help to you...
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Along with South Pacific, Guys and Dolls is for grown-ups - - it is sassy, sexy, and full of men being men and women being strung along.
There is an energy and drive that makes this stand out from the pack - the strength of Jean Simmond's performance, and the charm of a young Brando, and an already masterful Sinatra add much to the overall feel and look of the piece.
Guys and Dolls wins as it is unashamedly what it is: an MGM musical.
Still good to look at and listen too with great tunes and dance numbers
it will remain one of the classics of 20th Century cinema and be
watched with pleasure for years to come.
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