The manager of a traveling tent show investigates a murder during a one-week stand in a 1920s Midwestern town.
Vincent Price is introduced here as a featured player in Elvis Presley's Chautauqua circuit traveling show, in 1927 Iowa, in the second-to-last Elvis feature, The Trouble With Girls, 1969.
This tune by Mac Davis and Billy Strange was a minor hit for Elvis Presley, and made an opportunity for an apparently restless camera crew and editor to mix things up, in the 1920's Elvis period musical The Trouble With Girls, 1969.
Elvis' next-to-last fictional film has him as the star of a 1920's Chautauqua show in The Trouble With Girls (1969).
Briefly consulting his boss Edward Andrews, 1920's traveling show manager Elvis Presley steps into a gospel-singing void, with a tune credited to the ex-slave and Choctaw freedman Wallace Willis, in The Trouble With Girls, 1969.
Pastime -- Open-ended Trailer from Miramax
'Duke of Flatbush' left his mark on Brooklyn, MLB
The Duke more than held his own as a center fielder in a city with Mantle and Mays.
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