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      The Trouble With Girls

      G Released Sep 3, 1969 1h 44m Comedy Drama List
      Reviews 55% Audience Score 1,000+ Ratings In the 1920s, Walter (Elvis Presley) pitches the tents of his chautauqua in a small Iowa town. Managing his fractious troupe of entertainers, lecturers and self-avowed intellectuals is difficult enough, but Walter also has to deal with the grievances of Charlene (Marlyn Mason), who is trying to organize a union right under his nose. After a scandalous murder occurs in the town, Walter finds himself caught up in the problems and politics of his customers in addition to those of his employees. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Marcela L There's nothing quite like watching Elvis Presley in an intriguing film. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/04/24 Full Review Karen S Hi, Not sure why no 1 else has given a Review or why Critics haven't watched this movie but it's simply wonderful and another example of Mr Presley's talent. I believe it's 1 of the last movies he had to do to under Contract and it takes back to the 1920s in a small town In America. And where life can be so simple yet so interesting with loads of colorful Interesting people. The Assemble Star Studded Cast is very Inviting and Intriguing. It's just gets you drawn into a story that might be simple but well Executed! Enjoy an hour and 44 minutes of ups and downs and Just Plain fun... With a Melodious message. Tc 🎞🎶💈📽🎬 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/22/23 Full Review steve d It is really obvious how little Elvis wants to be there at this point. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Definitely one of the weirder Elvis movies- he's only in it for about 30 minutes. But then again, so is everybody else; its an ensemble cast of equally boring parts. The concept wasn't terrible, the movie is essentially about corruption, from nepotism to murder, all on the backdrop of an idealogical religious and educational experience. (I'm honestly not sure if I should read into that either.) Bonus points for Elvis' perfect sideburns and fly suits. Also great music choices for him. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review Audience Member Bin voyons, je comprend que dans le temps les technologies n'étaient pas la, mais les bonnes idées de scénario, ça aurait pu être possible, non ? Bref, insupportable, surtout le monologue de la nageuse pas rapport avw son bec d'oiseau... Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/08/23 Full Review Audience Member Changing is the only thing certain besides death. An energetic and charismatic traveling troop manager in small town America is struggling to make enough money to keep things going. He wants to work with a small town mayor's daughter to drive customers through his show. He begins performing himself hoping to bring town's people in to make some dough. Will his charm and the affection drawn from the local females be enough to save the traveling performers? "The only reason I read the funnies is because I am funny." Peter Tewksbury, director of Father Knows Best, My Three Sons, Sunday in New York, Two's Company, Emil and the Detectives, and Shepherd's Flock, delivers The Trouble with Girls. The storyline for this picture is not good and not overly compelling or interesting. The settings are fairly nice but the musical numbers were not needed. The acting was just okay and the cast includes Elvis Presley, Vincent Price, Marlyn Mason, and John Carradine. "There are different types of killers?" While DVR'ing Vincent price pictures I somehow came across this picture. I was surprised to find Price in a Presley movie. Unfortunately, this film was pretty terrible. The plot was boring, the obstacle trying to be overcome was un-dramatic, and the conclusion was a bit cheesy. Overall, I recommend skipping this picture. "You can't marry your mother. Your mother is much too small." Grade: D+ Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis In the 1920s, Walter (Elvis Presley) pitches the tents of his chautauqua in a small Iowa town. Managing his fractious troupe of entertainers, lecturers and self-avowed intellectuals is difficult enough, but Walter also has to deal with the grievances of Charlene (Marlyn Mason), who is trying to organize a union right under his nose. After a scandalous murder occurs in the town, Walter finds himself caught up in the problems and politics of his customers in addition to those of his employees.
      Director
      Peter Tewksbury
      Screenwriter
      Arnold Peyser
      Production Co
      Metro Goldwyn Mayer
      Rating
      G
      Genre
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Sep 3, 1969, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Apr 1, 2009
      Runtime
      1h 44m
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