King Creole / G.I. Blues
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Considered by many to be the best Elvis movie KING CREOLE stars the young Mr. Presley as Danny Fisher a singer with a knack for getting into trouble. After the cops nab him for stealing Danny vows never to violate the law again. He manages to land a gig singing at a hip nightclub in the French Quarter of New Orleans. However mobster Maxie Fields (Walter Matthau) soon demands that Danny perform exclusively for him. And to make matters worse Danny gets involved with Maxie's squeeze (Carolyn Jones) and risks losing his true love Nellie (Dolores Hart) as well as his own neck.G.I. BLUES the first film Elvis made after his stint in the army tells the musical tale of Tulsa (Presley) a singing G.I stationed in West Germany who dreams of opening his own club when he gets out of the service. He has very little money though so he makes a large bet with fellow serviceman Dynamite--Tulsa must spend the night with beautiful and hard-to-get dancer Lili (Juliet Prowse). Songs include "Blue Suede Shoes" Shopping Around" and "Pocketful of Rainbows."System Requirements:Running Time: 234 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: MUSICALS/MUSICALS UPC: 097361320649 Manufacturer No: 132064
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who owns the biggest club in the Big Easy, wants him for himself and always gets what he wants. Hot for Elvis is the Kingpins' own battered and lonely woman(Carolyn Jones) and naturally trouble ensues. Add some great dixeland rock and a pretty descent performance by Elvis and we've got us a fine pic. Hold on! Shows not over. Next, we have Elvis in G.I. Blues, his first film after a two year stint in the Army. He plays guess what?, a G.I. who sings and swoons a night club dancer (Juliet Prowse), a cold fish his army buddies bet big bucks Elvis can't warm over. Will he succeed in getting the girl? Humorous situations and misunderstandings come along with a subplot that will keep you in your seat but wishing you hadn't drank all that soda along with your big bowl of popcorn! This is a Double Pleasing Double Feature well worth your hard earned money.