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Girls Girls Girls (1962)

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Girls Girls Girls (1962) 98 Min/PG/Color

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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

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  • Actors: Elvis Presley, Stella Stevens, Jeremy Slate, Laurel Goodwin, Benson Fong
  • Directors: Norman Taurog
  • Writers: Allan Weiss, Edward Anhalt
  • Producers: Hal B. Wallis, Paul Nathan
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), English (Dolby Digital 5.0), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: January 7, 2003
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007ELFC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,765 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Girls Girls Girls (1962)" on IMDb

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SHEEEESH!! Some of the vicious attack 'reviews' here are ridiculous. No, most Elvis films are not profound cinema, but to attack the man and his fans as hillbillies and fools (in long rambling diatribes) seems odd and extreme...
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This certainly isn't one of Elvis' good movies -- but it holds a sentimental favorite place in my heart. It was one of the first Elvis movies I ever saw when I first became a fan, way way back in 1975. It's one of the few I don't own, and I have been eagerly searching for Elvis movie titles on DVD -- and have been very disappointed to find so few! This year, with the 25th Anniversary, would be a grand time to have finally reissued all the movie titles on DVD!
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"I am not one to complain; but, when I see these ridiculous prices for the VHS tapes of "Girls! Girls! Girls!" and "It Happened At The World's Fair"; well then, what I cannot seem to understand is why Paramount and MGM just will not reissue these two movies on VHS and DVD. By not doing this, then they are depriving us of actually owning our very own copies of these two titles. They are the only two Elvis movies that I currently do NOT have in my collection/library at the moment. It seems so unfair NOT to be able to have them. If you are reading this, and you agree with me, then PLEASE speak up, and say something. After all- I am not the only Elvis fan in the world. I am almost
certain that others would enjoy them, too. Thank you."
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Girls!Girls!Girls is definately one of the very best Elvis Presley light-hearted musical drama. My personal all time favorite. The soundtrack is also very excellent especially with great classic songs like Return To Sender, A Girl Like You and Because Of Love. Don't miss this very Superb and most entertaining DVD movie.
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GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! isn't one of Elvis Presley's most distinguished screen outings; but it provides a pleasant diversion nevertheless.

Set amongst the islands of Hawaii, Presley plays tuna-fisherman/tour-guide Ross Carpenter, trying to make ends meet so he can buy his dream boat and go into business for himself. Adding complications is Carpenter's love triangle with two very different dames: jaded nightclub singer Robin (Stella Stevens), and young heiress Laurel (Laurel Goodwin), who's looking to experience life on the other side of the social divide.

Presley gets to sing no less than fourteen(!) musical numbers. Laurel Goodwin (a snub-nosed Debbie Reynolds clone) is quite pretty but fails to make any lasting impression. Producers really dropped a clanger in letting vivacious Stella Stevens go to waste in a thankless supporting role; she deserved better material here. Stevens' singing was dubbed by Gilda Maiken.

With it's exotic location filming and the charm of Presley, GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! will be a welcome title for fans, yet others will wonder what the fuss is all about. The DVD offers no extra features. (Single-sided, dual-layer disc).
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Again, this is another DVR movies that were not televised in full screen, wide screen or HD. As I said in the Kid Galahad review, I'm just looking to be entertained. And, Elvis does a fantastic job of doing just that. Do not regret a dime I've spent in recent months on movies and/or CD's. He was gorgeous as a young man and even better as he matured. Somehow, I missed that back in the day. Appreciate the artist, wish that they would have let him grow as he grew older and am sad that didn't happen until it was too late.
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Elvis Aron, or "Aaron", Presley is so very scrum diddly umptious it is pathetic. No one has ever out sang him, out acted him, or out performed him. He is the GREATEST entertainer that has ever lived. Elvis is also the best looking male entertainer that has ever lived. Elvis has made the most money than any entertainer that has ever lived...... dead and ALIVE. Face it, if you didn't like this movie, it's because you don't like Elvis. If you don't like Elvis, why would you buy the movie??
This movie features the single sexiest, classiest, most riveting performance ever in an Elvis movie. When he sings "Return to Sender", you will see why...
Scoffers: Just scoff, and go watch Elton John or Ozzy Osbourne. Sure, they REALLY compare to Elvis, huh?? I don't even think so!
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These are the movies he forced to make.and what effected him personally in so many ways .I understand how he felt deep inside,because he had lot of pride in what did .and your forced into something you have different feelings about is very hard to bare and be able to go on in live and this is one of the reasons BUT I STILL LIKE IT BECAUSE IT IS LEGACY AND WHAT HE WENT THROUGH FEELING THE WAY DID RIP ELVIS
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