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Guys and Dolls is a popular musical. It had a long run on Broadway (1200 performances) and was filmed in 1955 starring Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, and Jean Simmons (debuted on November 3, 1955). It is based upon "The Idyll Of Miss Sarah Brown", a short story by Damon Runyon. It also borrows characters and plot elements from other stories by him, most notably "Pick the Winner."
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The plot is essentially based around the activities of New York petty criminals and professional gamblers. Nathan Detroit makes a living by running an (illegal) "floating crap game", despite constant encouragement to "go straight" by Miss Adelaide, a nightclub singer to whom he has been engaged for fourteen years.
Sky Masterson is also a gambler, who will lay a bet on almost anything. He is unwillingly drawn by Nathan into trying to win a bet by taking Sarah Brown, a sister at the Save a Soul Mission, to dinner in Havana, Cuba.