"Guys and Dolls" (1955, 150 min., in colour)
Amongst the many short stories in Damon Runyon's book "Guys and Dolls", you'll find the "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown":
In "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown" the "Save-a-Soul mission", which clearly portrays the Salvation Army, is commanded by the young and very pretty Sarah Brown. In the story, a gambler named Nathan Detroit bets with his friend Sky Masterson, that Sky will not be able to win over Sarah's heart. As Sky really falls in love with Sarah, the situation becomes more complicated.