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Girls Girls Girls (1962) 98 Min/PG/Color
Hawaii seems like an afterthought in Elvis's second island outing. Half the musical numbers take place on boats (including the seasick-making title tune) and half in a Trader Vic's-style nightclub, so there's little good use of the exotic locale. There's little use of that lovable dish Stella Stevens, either, who's relegated to "other woman" duty as Elvis courts bland Laurel Goodwin. Goodwin's a rich girl going incognito, while E.P. is a penniless fisherman who dreams of owning his own boat. You finish the plot. The King is in good voice here, although the songs are fairly weak, with some curious flings at calypso and flamenco mixed in. He comes to shoulder-shaking life for "Return to Sender," a sizzling number that shows how his entire being could be possessed by a musical moment. This movie doesn't have enough of those to boost it into the upper tier of Elvis pictures. --Robert Horton
Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962). Paramount Pictures. Running Time: One hour, 38 mins.
Directed by Norman Taurog.
Elvis Presley's 11th movie. He is the age of 27. Read more
I would say it has a weak plot, but actually there is NO plot.Published 4 months ago by Patricia B. Hawkins