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Girl Happy

Released April 14th 1965

MGM / Euterpe

Directed by Boris Sagal

Elvis Presley, Shelley Fabares, Harold J. Stone
Gary Crosby, Nita Talbot

Florida pop-singer Rusty Wells is forced, as a condition of a prospective engagement in Fort Lauderdale, to chaperone a group of school girls. They happen to include a local gangster's daughter and have a habit of getting themselves into the most difficult situations from which Rusty has to rescue them.

Songs: Spring Fever / I've Got News For You / Girl Happy / Courtesy Of Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce / Let's Party Tonight / Wolf Call / Do Not Disturb / Cross My Heart Hope To Die / She's Evil / Do The Clam / Puppet On A String / Gotta Find My Baby


Shelley Fabares



Tickle Me

Released May 28th 1965


Directed by Norman Taurog

Elvis Presley, Julie Adams, Francine York, Jocelyn Lane,
Jack Mullaney, Merry Anders, Connie Gilchrist

An unemployed rodeo star, Lonnie Beals, finds work at a health ranch populated by women trying to slim down. He gets involved with a dancing instructor and helps her to escape the clutches of villains who are trying to beat the girl, Pam, to her grandfather's hidden mining treasure.

Songs: Just Keep Movin' Down The Line / If It Feels So Right / Such An Easy Question / Dirty Feelin' / Put The Blame On Me / I'm Yours / Night Rider / I've Loved You Forever / Slowly But Surely



Julie Adams

Francine York


Harum Scarum

Studio titles: In My Harem, Harem Holiday

Released November 24th 1965

MGM / Sam Katzman

Directed by Gene Nelson

Elvis Presley, Mary Ann Mobley, Fran Jeffries, Michael Ansara,
Theo Maraise, Jay Novello,
Billy Barty

Johnny Tyrone ( Elvis ), an American star and goodwill ambassador, is kidnapped by a guild of terrorists and assassins on his way to a Middle-East film premiere. They want to recruit him for their own ends but he resists and eventually escapes, luckily not before becoming involved with such oriental necessities as slave-girls, princesses, belly dancers, midgets and one of the irate sword-wielding nobility.

Songs: My Desert Serenade / Go East Young Man / Mirage / Kismet / Shake That Tambourine / Hey Little Girl / Golden Coins / So Close Yet So Far / Harem Holiday


Mary Ann Mobley


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