History Theatre / GuysAndDolls

27th Sep '17 9:02:47 AM Intelleblue
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18th Aug '17 11:47:16 AM Mdumas43073
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18th Aug '17 11:43:11 AM Mdumas43073
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10th Aug '17 8:13:25 AM jamespolk
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Adapted into a movie by Creator/JosephLMankiewicz in 1955, with Creator/MarlonBrando as Sky, and Creator/FrankSinatra as Nathan.

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Adapted into a movie by Creator/JosephLMankiewicz in 1955, with Creator/MarlonBrando as Sky, Creator/JeanSimmons as Sister Sarah, and Creator/FrankSinatra as Nathan.
4th Aug '17 4:30:14 PM Dav1994
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* AffablyEvil: Harry the Horse is generally affable and pleasant fellow in spite of being a crook and a gambler, but when with Big Jule, he can get a little sinister, especially when he backs up Big Jule's cheating. This is pretty much true of all the gamblers except for Big Jules, but Harry the Horse is more notable.

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* AffablyEvil: Harry the Horse is a generally affable and pleasant fellow in spite of being a crook and a gambler, but when with Big Jule, he can get a little sinister, especially when he backs up Big Jule's cheating. This is pretty much true of all the gamblers except for Big Jules, but Harry the Horse is more notable.
4th Aug '17 4:29:23 PM Dav1994
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* AffablyEvil: Harry the Horse is generally affable and pleasant fellow in spite of being a crook and a gambler, but when with Big Jule, he can get a little sinister, especially when he backs up Big Jule's cheating.
** This is pretty much true of all the gamblers except for Big Jules.

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* AffablyEvil: Harry the Horse is generally affable and pleasant fellow in spite of being a crook and a gambler, but when with Big Jule, he can get a little sinister, especially when he backs up Big Jule's cheating.
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cheating. This is pretty much true of all the gamblers except for Big Jules.Jules, but Harry the Horse is more notable.
25th Jul '17 1:27:29 PM tricksterson
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** This is pretty much true of all the gamblers except for Big Jules.
20th Jul '17 10:12:38 AM ClintEastwood
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Sky won't be able to go down to that place in Havana much longer.
6th Jun '17 9:17:48 PM Dav1994
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* AffablyEvil: Harry the Horse is generally affable and pleasant fellow in spite of being a crook and a gambler, but when with Big Jule, he can get a little sinister, especially when he backs up Big Jule's cheating.


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* BigBad: Downplayed. While Harry the Horse isn't the one causing the whole conflict of the film, he was the one who invited Big Jule to the crap game, who is notorious for cheating in crap games. Therefore he had a hand in delaying Nathan in eloping with Adelaide, and cleaning him out of his money through Big Jule's cheating.


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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: If it wasn't for Harry the Horse saying that Big Jule can't make a pass to save his soul with his blank dice, Sky wouldn't have been able to make good on the deal he made with the Mission about getting in 12 genuine sinners, and then he wouldn't have reconciled with and married Sarah, and Nathan wouldn't have married Adelaide.
25th Feb '17 7:37:05 PM nombretomado
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** And the title song for Nicely-Nicely (again) and Benny. Nathan took it over for TheMovie version, because...well, if you have FrankSinatra in a part that only has two major songs, wouldn't you shoehorn him into everything else you possibly can?

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** And the title song for Nicely-Nicely (again) and Benny. Nathan took it over for TheMovie version, because...well, if you have FrankSinatra Music/FrankSinatra in a part that only has two major songs, wouldn't you shoehorn him into everything else you possibly can?
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