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One of the most famous musicals in show business history, Broadway hit Guys and Dolls was brought to the big-screen in this fantastic film version. Set in New York, the story gets underway when the slightly shady Nathan Detroit finds himself in need of a venue to stage his regular big-money games of dice. Desperate to come up with $1000, he tries to secure a bet he can win against master gambler Sky Masterson. What he settles on seems a surefire winner - that Sky can't persuade Sarah Brown of the Salvation Army to fly to the romantic hotspot of Havana, Cuba with him. This classic film is full of memorable show tunes and charming performances, remaining one of the best examples of the golden age of Hollywood musicals.
Big-screen adaptation of the stage musical set in 1920s Chicago about prisoner Roxie and the vaudeville star she idolises.
11+ years 109 mins
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All ages 98 mins
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7+ years 145 mins
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