Tickle Me - (Original Trailer)
Elvis battles monsters in a Western ghost town in the light-hearted musical Tickle Me (1965).
Tickle Me (1965) - Put The Blame On Me
Fitness-camp employees Pam (Jocelyn Lane) and Lonnie (Elvis Presley) searching an old Western saloon, imagining an old-time musical number, song by Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Norman Blagman, Edward Faulkner and Jack Mullaney their pals appearing in the fantasy, in Tickle Me, 1965.
Tickle Me (1965) - Such An Easy Question
Schtick with Elvis as cowboy Lonnie working at a fitness ranch for women, making eyes with fellow staffer Jocelyn Lane, Jack Mullaney his pal, the song by Otis Blackwell and Scotty Moore, a #11 Billboard hit, but like all the songs, a previously-recorded cut, selected for the movie, Tickle Me, 1965.
Tickle Me (1965) - We Help The Girls Get In Shape
Exposition, Julie Adams as Vera has hired Elvis (as rodeo cowboy Lonnie Beale) after watching him win a bar fight, bringing him to her Guest Ranch where the staff includes Edward Faulkner as Brad, and Vienna-born Jocelyn Lane as fitness trainer Pam, in the Allied Artists musical Tickle Me,1965.
Tickle Me (1965) - Long Lonely Highway
Opening on a Greyhound in the Mojave, Elvis Presley as cowboy Lonnie with a tune by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, from Tickle Me, 1965, co-starring Julie Adams and Jocelyn Lane, in Elvis only picture for Allied Artists, which rescued the the studio from financial straits.