Elvis returned from his Army stint with a case of the G.I. Blues (1960). Featuring the hits Blue Suede Shoes and Wooden Heart.
On board the very train, Elvis as Tulsa MacLean sings Frankfurt Special by Sherman Edwards and Sid Wayne after some cajoling by bandmates Rick (James Douglas) and Cookie (Robert Ivers) in G.I. Blues, 1960.
James Douglas established a lumber cutting camp to supply wood-burning locomotives. As a railroad crossroads, Camp Douglas grew into a thriving village. Just north of town, the Wisconsin National Guard bought land for a training camp. Camp Douglas was hit hard by the Great Depression, school consolidation, and big chain stores, but perseveres with a spirit of community.
Time Limit -- An American army major faces a court-martial for collaborating with the enemy while he was a POW in Korea.
Sweet Bird of Youth -- Drifter Chance Wayne returns to his hometown after many years of trying to make it in the movies. With him is a faded film star he picked up along the way, Alexandra Del Lago.
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