Marlon Brando was the actor who described Frank Sinatra as the kind of person that when he dies and goes to heaven he would complain to God for making him bald. Brando starred with Sinatra in Guys and Dolls and the two actors didn’t get on well. The decision to cast Marlon Brando was hotly contested, largely by Frank Sinatra, because he wanted top billing and also wanted the part of Sky Masterson which went to Brando. Of course, Brando’s ability as a singer was dubious. Later in his career, Frank Sinatra made Brando's big number "Luck Be A Lady"a big part of his stage act.