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Elvis’s Movie Occupations

Shrimp Fisherman - Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962) Commercial Photographer - Live A Little, Love A Little (1968) Water Skiing Instructor - Clambake (1967) Frogman - Easy...

Follow That Dream (1962)

This easy-going rustic drama sees Elvis Presley cast as wide-eyed country boy Toby Kwimper in a film adapted by His Girl Friday screenwriter Charles...

Loving You (1957)

Elvis Presley's second movie gives us a precious look at the King in his rock 'n' roll prime. He appeared in colour for the first...

Tickle Me (1965)

Judging by the improbable situation and silly set pieces, it is unsurprising to discover that a pair of ex-Three Stooges writers scripted this unengaging...

Trouble With Girls, The (1969)

It's 1927, and Elvis Presley brings his mobile "Chautauqua" carnival show (an entertainment born out of the popular adult educational movement of the previous...

Wild In The Country (1961)

This drama about Glenn Tyler - a rebellious backwoods delinquent on parole, who ends up going to college to become a great writer - represents an...

Stay Away Joe (1968)

This average Elvis Presley musical features the King starring as a Native American rodeo rider who returns home to settle down on the ranch, singing...

Spinout (1966)

The King is back in his racing car, this time with co-stars Shelly Fabares and Diane McBain. Freewheeling rock singer and racing driver Mike McCoy...

Speedway (1968)

Racing driver Steve Grayson (Presley) owes a debt to the US government of $145,000 and is pursued by attractive tax inspector Susan Jack (Nancy...

Roustabout (1964)

A leather-clad carnival singer, general handyman, embittered orphan and karate expert (with a very large motorcycle) leaves during a lull in business, but returns for...

Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966)

After striking box office gold with the massive hit Blue Hawaii (1961), Elvis Presley returned for more fun in the 50th state, with the combination of...

Viva Las Vegas (1964)

Elvis Presley plays Lucky Jackson, a racing car driver who needs money to keep his Grand Prix car humming. He works as a waiter on the...

Love Me Tender (1956)

Early in his career, Elvis Presley realised that if he wanted to promote all his records, it would be impossible to keep on doing...

Live A Little, Love A Little (1968)

Elvis plays a photographer who digs himself into a hole when he tries to shuttle between two jobs, for publishers with very different editorial...

Kissin’ Cousins (1964)

A US Air Force Lieutenant tries to convince his hillbilly cousin to allow the government to build a missile base on his family's rural land. Light...

King Creole (1958)

Based on a Harold Robbins novel (A Stone For Danny Fisher), King Creole casts Elvis Presley as failed student turned New Orleans nightclub singer Danny Fisher - a...

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

This is Elvis Presley's glorious third movie, after Love Me Tender (1956) and Loving You (1957), when the snarl and talent were, for once, harnessed to...

It Happened At The World’s Fair (1963)

The livelihood of crop dusters Mike (Elvis Presley) and Danny (Gary Lockwood) is stolen away from them when a sheriff impounds their plane because...

Harum Scarum (1965)

Elvis Presley stars as action movie star Johnny Tyronne, whose real-life becomes adventurous when he is drugged and kidnapped by underground assassins while on...

Girls Girls Girls (1962)

Elvis Presley romp with colourful locations, a serviceable (though silly) plot and some super ladies, including Stella Stevens who also gets to sing. Poor fisherman Ross...

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Miss Leslie’s Dolls (1973)

Stranded in the backwoods during a raging thunderstorm, beautiful University teacher Miss Frost (Terry Juston) and her three promiscuous students, Martha, Lily and Roy...

Ian Gillan Band, The/Gillan

The Ian Gillan Band formed in London in the mid-70s after Ian Gillan had been sacked from Deep Purple, a band he fronted between July...

Screaming Tribesmen, The

The Screaming Tribesmen emerged from Brisbane (Australia) in 1981, from the remnants of two bands, The Fun Things and The 31st (these bands also...

Behind The Scenes

A look at some fascinating behind the scenes shots from some classic television shows. Z Cars (1962 - 1978) Dad's Army (1968 - 1977) U.F.O. (1970 - 1973) Star Trek...

Pel Mel

Newcastle (Australia) band Pel Mel initially restricted their performances to occasional gigs on the Sydney inner-city circuit, plus some plum supports for touring artists...

Sad Cafe

The band called it a day in 1990, but briefly reformed in 1998. Vocalist Paul Young went on to further success with Mike & The Mechanics. He...

Battling Tops

Battling Tops was as close to watching gladiatorial combat as most kids got (except those kids whose dads took them to illegal cockfights!). Once you...