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Roustabout(1964)

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  • roustabout

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/30/17

    Feel sorry for Babs. I mean, I realize no one put a gun to her head and forced her to be in this piece of Tom Parker/Elvis dreck, but to suffer the indignity of having to take a co starring credit on this dogshit movie is not something an actress of her caliber ought to endure. Joanne Dru, sure. Rhonda Fleming, maybe. But not Babs. Hopefully she was well paid (although, knowing The Colonel, I'm dubious.)

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    • ojc
    • 9/18/17

    For me this is the last Elvis film where he even seems to be trying. That is up until Change of Habit. The songs are not memorable but okay. It is good to see Elvis working with old pros like Barbara Standwyck. The young female lead is to put it charitably cute, well-meaning and dull. The carnival atmosphere is not a bad backdrop. And Sue Ann Langdon is always fun.But even at 90 minutes film just seem to drag a bit. Still it is a professional job and as I say it looks like the cast and crew tried to make a good film and nearly succeeded.

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    • Dana 58
    • 11/11/12

    Elvis movie , a fair opening, decent acting to a nice script, somewhat hokey songs. carry this likable musical comedy along.

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