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Kissin' Cousins: Meauring The Exploitation Factor
- Doc Long
Complete juvenile dreck. Presley's first six films made between 1956 to December 1960- Flaming Star, King Creole, Loving You, Jailhouse Rock, G.I. Blues and Love Me Tender have legitimate plots and are well-acted by everyone including Presley himself. Other Presley vehicles put viewers at risk of meeting the definition for exploitation of the audience by his handlers. It has been written that during the filming of his 7th feature-Wild In The Country- he appeared to be "drifting" during the filming and questioned the importance of it all. This does lay claim to the possibility that he was more a part of the 1960s decade mentality than originally perceived by his latter day detractors. Was it simply coincidence that Presley's best film work was accomplished by the time he was 25 years old?
- kevin sellers
I notice that Colonel Tom Parker gets a "technical advisor" credit on this film. Wonder what that means exactly? The "technique" of swindling one's client, perhaps? Or is it the intricacies of mismanaging one of the great American voices, so that they end up doing crap like this movie?
These Elvis movies were very popular when I was a young teen. I thought that they were horrible then and I haven't changed my opinion after all of these years. They are embarrassing to watch. Elvis should have just stayed with singing.
Two Elvises Zero DVDS?
- Thomas Emert
Here we have Two Elvises for the price of one and we get to see kind of what Elvis would look like if he had not dyed his hair black. A fun movie with a really fun cast. We get to see Yvonne Craig, TV's Batgirl, for a second time in an Elvis film (she had a small part in "It Happened At The World's Fair" and also we get to see Pamela Austin for a second time in an Elvis film (she was one of the students Elvis was showing around Hawaii in "Blue Hawaii). For these lovely, lovely ladies alone, this film needs to be out on DVD. But, no soap. Come on guys and help us Elvis fans complete our DVD collections. Only 5 left to go. 50,000,000+ Elvis fans can't be wrong!
PLEASE,PLEASE release "Kissin' Cousins" on DVD.
I love this Elvis movie it is a lot of fun and it is great to see two Elvis' with a black and blond haired Elvis you get twice the fun. So Warner Bros please release this movie I would like to see you release this movie and the rest of the Presley pictures as well on DVD.