Frank Sinatra dies in Los Angeles, 1998. When it came time to make Guys and Dolls (1955), Sinatra lobbied hard for the part of Sky Masterson, which instead went to non-singer Marlon Brando; Sinatra ended up with the smaller role of Nathan Detroit. The two men did not get along during the shoot, with Sinatra referring to Brando as “Mumbles” and Brando reportedly flubbing a scene in which Sinatra eats cheesecake over and over again so that Sinatra would get sick of it. In adapting the Broadway show for film, three numbers were added, including "Adelaide," sung by Sinatra. To further increase his singing role, the actor was also included in the title tune. Brando, on the other hand, was at the mercy of audio editors, who had to patch his songs together from multiple takes.