Harum scarum Speedway and The trouble with girls.
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SummaryHarum scarum (1965, 85 min.): A matinee idol, Johnny Tyronne, is kidnapped and swepted into a plot to overthrow King Toranshah. He runs away and meets a princess with whom he falls in love. He joins forces with a band of thieves in order to save the day.
Speedway (1968, 94 min.): Elvis plays a stock-car driver with nerves of steel and a heart of gold as he tries to get himself out of trouble with the IRS, and also help out his friends.
The trouble with girls (1969, 99 min.): Elvis stars as the white-suited impresario of a traveling 1927 tent show that brings its novelty acts, lectures and musical harmonies to Radford Center, Iowa.
|Publisher|| Burbank, CA :Warner Home Video,2006
|Other Titles|| Speedway
Trouble with girls
Mobley, Mary Ann.
Ansara, Michael, 1922-2013.
Bixby, Bill, 1934-1993.
Gordon, Gale, 1906-1995.
Mason, Marilyn, 1925-2019
Andrews, Edward, 1914-1985.
Adams, Gerald Drayson.
Nelson, Gene, 1920-1996.
Katzman, Sam, 1901-1973.
Taurog, Norman, 1899-1981.
Tewksbury, Henry, 1923-2003.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Harum scarum: Elvis Presley, Mary Ann Mobley, Fran Jeffries, Michael Ansara.
Speedway: Elvis Presley, Nancy Sinatra, Bill Bixby, Gale Gordon, Carl Ballantine.
The trouble with girls: Elvis Presley, Marilyn Mason, Sheree North, Edward Andrews.
Harum scarum: written by Gerald Drayson Adams ; directed by Gene Nelson ; produced by Sam Katzman.
Speedway: written by Phillip Shuken ; directed by Norman Taurog ; produced by Douglas Laurence.
The trouble with girls: screenplay by Arnold & Lois Peyser ; produced by Lester Welch ; directed by Peter Tewksbury.
At head of title: Triple feature.
2 videodiscs (278 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.