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All Shook Up (1999)

| Comedy, Drama
The country band "The Teddy Bears" wins a local talent contest and a Nashville audition, but Sheriff Dudston has other plans for them, which includes an all-expenses paid trip directly to ... See full summary »

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Don Bauer ...
Earl Parsons
Jackson Rose ...
Buddy Davis
Travis Robertson ...
Corley Tambs
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Ginny Tambs
Bobbi Spencer ...
Grace
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Deputy Lowden
Shawnda Thomas ...
Juicy Lucy
Jack Carroll ...
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Tom Hardy
Tia Deacon ...
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Eddie Clontz ...
Herbert Mutlock
Lowell Fenner ...
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Tracy L. Roberts ...
Dee Dee
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The country band "The Teddy Bears" wins a local talent contest and a Nashville audition, but Sheriff Dudston has other plans for them, which includes an all-expenses paid trip directly to the "hoosegow"! When the youngsters escape, they're given shelter by a man who just might be the late, great King of Rock 'n Roll, who's escaped fame's madness for his bucolic southern retreat... and a new life. Fueled by eyewitness accounts that the King is still alive, "The Weekly World News" tabloid offers a million dollar reward for living proof. What's a Teddy Bear to do? Who knows what Sheriff Dudston is capable of doing... Written by Art D'Alessandro

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Is "The King" alive? You bet, baby! See more »

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Sheriff Dudston: The man in that house over there is none other than he himself, Mr. Elvis Presley!
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I couldn't stop laughing!
15 August 1999 | by See all my reviews

I was visiting Aspen on a ski trip and friend invited me to see this film. I was reluctant but she insisted. I've never really been a fan of Elvis or the music or any of hype so I wasn't expecting much. I couldn't have been more wrong. I laughed until I thought I couldn't laugh anymore. Every scene found a way to be hysterical and still tell the story. I wanted to see it again but I was disappointed when I found out it was the last day of the festival. I asked about when I could see All Shook Up at a theater in my city but was told the release had been pushed up from Christmas because the producer didn't think the film was ready yet, that they might change a few scenes and the ending. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, Mr. Producer, I don't know if you read these things but don't change anything! I loved the ending, I loved it all. I still laugh out loud when I think of that crazy Deputy on the radio. All Shook Up will be an instant classic. DON'T CHANGE A THING.


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