The Trouble with Girls (full title: The Trouble with Girls (and How to Get Into It)) is a 1969 film starring Elvis Presley. It was one of his final acting roles, along with the same year's Change of Habit. The only Elvis movie to have a subtitle in its name, it is an odd mixture of music, comedy, and melodrama. The Trouble with Girls is also unique because Elvis is on screen for less than half the film.
Once Upon A Time: Elvis and Anita, Memories of My Mother is the book about Anita Wood Brewer and her life with the one and only Elvis Presley. From 1957 to 1962, during his rise to super-stardom, his service in the army, the making of ten movies and recording numerous gold and platinum records, she was his “No. 1 Girl”.
"Girls! Girls! Girls!"- 1962 Directed by Norman Taurog - Judged in terms of pure entertainment value the film is actually a resounding success. It benefits from the fact that a great deal of the movie was shot on location in Hawaii – even the scenes filmed with a backdrop in Hollywood are skilfully blended into the whole picture and Elvis looks tanned, fit and like he’s genuinely enjoying himself. In fact, Girls!Girls!Girls! was the only Elvis musical to achieve a Golden Globe nomination.
#nowplaying #bombshellradio #addictionspodcast #tuneinradio On tonight's show we continue with our lyric theme. The lyric tonight is a personal favourite. This is Addictions and Other Vices 236 - Only the Echoes of my Mind I hope you enjoy On Fix Mix 236 Glenn Campbell - Gentle on my Mind Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds Beck - It's All In Your Mind The Lovin' Spoonful - Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind The Amboy Dukes - Journey to the Centre of the Mind We Are The People - Mirror of…
Elvis Presley at Sick’s Stadium, Sept. 1, 1957. - “I’m on the move every minute,” he said that night in an interview with P-I sports editor and columnist Royal Brougham. “Why, I’ve only averaged three hours sleep a night in the last week. Can’t go to a football game or a baseball game. Can’t go to a movie or even the county fair in my home town. “It’s the girls … they tear a guy to pieces.”
Elvis Presley : March 25, 1961. Elvis after arrival of Honolulu airport, where he greeted fans. - Elvis and his party didn't venture into the crowd. Looking pale, Elvis paused only twice in his march up and down outside the fence. Once he stopped to let a little girl give him a lei and he rewarded her with a sweet smile'. Then Elvis jumped into a waiting car and was escorted by police to the Hawaiian Village Hotel, where he would stay for three weeks while filming Blue Hawaii.