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This film marked the end of Elvis Presley's streak of working with longtime director Norman Taurog. Their collaboration began in 1960 with G. I. Blues, which was followed by Blue Hawaii in 1961, Girls! Girls! Girls! in 1962, It Happened at the World's Fair in 1963, Tickle Me in 1965, Spinout in 1966, Double Trouble in 1967, and ended with Speedway and this film in 1968. Altogether they made nine films. The only other notable directors who worked with Elvis more than once were as followed: Richard Thorpe directed Jailhouse Rock (1957) and Fun in Acapulco (1963). Gene Nelson directed Kissin' Cousins (1964) and Harum Scarum (1965). John Rich directed Roustabout (1964) and Easy Come, Easy Go (1967). And last but not least, Peter Tewksbury directed Stay Away, Joe (1968) and The Trouble With Girls (1969). See more »
Sagittarius, we're not suited, it would never work out.
Let's see if we can't double-cross the stars.
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Press photographer Greg Nolan (Presley)finds himself contending with sexy model Bernice who has several boyfriends all of whom know her by different names, while holding down two jobs in the same office block.
Daft (especially the dream sequence) but certainly not the worst from Presley and its quite an entertaining comedy with funny moments. Loved Albert the gigantic hound! Elvis sings "Edge Of Reality", "Almost In Love" and most notably "A Little Less Conversation" which was remixed and reissued in 2002 giving the King a posthumous number one.
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