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4 Film Favorites: Elvis Presley Musicals DVD
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- Technical Specs
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 2
- Run Time: 382 Minutes
- Region: 1
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
- Studio: Warner Home Video
- DVD Release Date: October 14, 2008
- Subtitles: French
- Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono [CC]
- Color: Color
Live A Little, Love A Little
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In his 15th film, the King plays dark-haired Air Force Lt. Josh Morgan and blond good ol' boy Jodie Tatum. On an assignment that's "like biting into a beehive," Josh wants to negotiate with the Tatums for military use of their Smokey Mountain homestead as a missile site. But Jodie is right wary of federal revenooers and of this lookalike who claims to be kin. A fistful of tunes (Barefoot Ballad, [It's A] Long Lonely Highway, Tender Feeling, the title song and 6 others), some whoop-it-up dancing and 13 mountain cuties called Kittyhawks add to the downhome delights. As do the stars. Which means Elvis. And Elvis.
Live A Little, Love A Little
In his 28th film, Elvis Presley plays frazzled Greg, scrambling to keep his worklife afloat while also contending with the kooky attentions of a beach beauty (Michele Carey). Four breezy songs, including A Little Less Conversation and the Edge Of Reality dream sequence, add to the zippy fun. And, for the first time, Elvis takes on-screen chances with his public image doing more "adult" comedy. You'll love it a lot!
Rock 'n' roll's first icon was ranked 6th among the top box-office stars when he headlined this fun-never-sets shindig. He portrays club singer Rusty Wells, who, when not wowing the crowds has the added task of making sure the overly exuberant daughter of his boss (Harold J. Stone) doesn't fall for any revved-up bikini chasers while on vacation. Shelley Fabares, Presley's favorite leading lady and a singing star in her own right (her 1962 tune Johnny Angel was a #1 hit), plays the daughter. And the lively songs include Do The Clam, Good News, Puppet On A String, the title tune and eight more ways to keep fans movie happy.
New man in Zuni Wells. Handsome. Knows horses. Looking for part-time work until rodeo season opens. But when the ranch job Lonnie Beale snaps up turns out to be a stint at a dude ranch/spa for actresses and models and when the fella playing Lonnie is Elvis Presley, it's a cinch we're all in for full-time fun!
This film frolic tickles with a saddlebag of nine tunes, including I'm Yours and (Such An) Easy Question). There's considerable tickling of the funnybone since writers Elwood Ullman and Edward Bernds are veterans of the Three Stooges comedies. Elvis enjoys his share of the laughs as he meets girl (Jocelyn Lane), loses girl and gets girl back plus a fortune in lost gold. Tickle Me is good as gold in so many ways.