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Easy Come, Easy Go

Double Trouble


Easy Come Easy Go

Released March 22nd 1967

Paramount / Wallis-Hazen

Directed by John Rich

Elvis Presley, Dodie Marshall, Pat Priest, Pat Harrington
Skip Ward, Frank McHugh, Elsa Lanchester

Ted Jackson ( Elvis ) is a naval frogman who discovers a sunken treasure ship just before he is discharged from the service. On becoming a civilian he returns to the Californian coast and tries to salvage the treasure from the wreck. After contending with a couple of girls in the shape of a wacky beatnik and a spoilt rich girl he manages to recover the 'treasure' which turns out to be worth much less than he had hoped for.

Songs: Easy Come Easy Go / Love Machine / Stop / You're Wrong Again / Sing Children Sing / I'll Take Love / Yoga Is As Yoga Does


Pat Priest

Double Trouble

Released April 5th 1967

United Artists / MGM

Directed by Norman Taurog

Elvis Presley, Annette Day, Yvonne Romain, John Williams
Chips Rafferty, Norman Rossington, Monty Landis

Fairly thin plot in which a teenage heiress falls for a singer performing in Germany and pursues him, revealing little about herself. The singer, Guy Lambert ( Elvis ), finds out that the reason for this is her age ( 17 ) and does his best, unsuccessfully, to put her off, much to the annoyance of her guardian Gerald Waverly ( John Williams). While she is chasing Guy, she is herself being pursued by some ugly characters who don't have her best interests at heart and he eventually has to step into the situation to save her from them. During all the excitement, he realises that he is falling in love with her.

Double Trouble / If You Give Me All Your Love / Could I Fall In Love / Long-Legged Girl With A Short Dress On / City By Night / Old MacDonald / One In Every Town / There's So Much World To See 

Yvonne Romain


Released November 22nd 1967

United Artists / Rhodes

Directed by Arthur H. Nadel

Elvis Presley, Shelley Fabares, Bill Bixby, James Gregory
Will Hutchins, Gary Merrill

The son of an oil millionaire, Scott Hayward ( Elvis ), wants to see more of life and swaps places with a ski instructor to find out whether people will like him for himself and not for his money. The inevitable confusions and complications occur but Scott comes through in the end, winning the race, the girl, and still hanging on to all that money.

The white suit that Elvis wore in the film was cut into small pieces and packaged with the album 'Elvis:The Other Sides - Worldwide Gold Award Hits Volume Two'

Songs: Clambake / The Girl I Never Loved / Confidence / A House That Has Everything / Hey Hey Hey / Who Needs Money / You Don't Know Me