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Century 21 Exposition
I often look for this film. It is not a particularly good story and I recall that it is the one Elvis film that resulted in NO hit tunes. Nevertheless, it is an incredible period piece and the backdrop of the 1962 Seattle Century 21 Exposition is spectacular. Just to see what that world's fair was like makes this film a gem. The scene of Elvis with his date dining in the revolving restaurant at the top of the Space Needle is a glimpse into 1962. One can actually see the motion of the restaurant as the scene progresses. This film preserves the Seattle World's Fair on film for all time and it's a fun and simple plot. It is very enjoyable and worth a look. Oh, it's also fun to watch a ten or eleven year old Kurt Russell kick Elvis in the shin--twice.
The Best of Elvis.
I absolutely love this movie,it is my favorite of his,the songs he sings,I just absolutely love this movie.
It Happened at the World`s Fair (1963)
Entertaining as well as empty fluff. It is most memorable for great footage from the Seattle World's Fair, as well as an early appearance of Kurt Russell. Fun but forgettable.
It Happened at the World's Fair-Elvis Presley
It Happened at the World's Fair, in my opinion, is Elvis' best movie! It is not the typical character that he usually plays. This character has depth and he relates well with the young girl.