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101 min
Drama | Music | Musical | Romance
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John Rich
1 nomination
Country: USA
Release Date: 1964-11-11
Filming Locations: Potrero Valley, Thousand Oaks, California, USA
Gross: $3,000,000 (USA) Filming Dates 9 March 1964 - 20 April 1964 Copyright Holder Copyright © 1964 by Hal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen. Copyright renewed by Paramount Pictures Corporation. Related Links
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
Elvis Presley
Charlie Rogers
Joan Freeman
Cathy Lean
Leif Erickson
Joe Lean
Sue Ane Langdon
Madame Mijanou
Pat Buttram
Harry Carver
Dabbs Greer
Arthur Nielsen
Steve Brodie
Norman Grabowski
Jack Albertson
Jane Dulo
Joel Fluellen
Cody Marsh
Wilda Taylor
Little Egypt
Beverly Adams
Cora (uncredited)
Billy Barty
Billy (uncredited)
Kenneth Becker
Gregg (uncredited)
Owen Bush
Man (uncredited)
Roger Creed
Deputy (uncredited)
Richard DiPaolo
Farmer #1 (uncredited)
Connie Ducharme
College Girl (uncredited)
Duke Fishman
Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Mercedes G. Ford
College Girl (uncredited)
Joseph Forte
Concessionaire (uncredited)
Carey Foster
College Girl (uncredited)
Linda Foster
College Girl (uncredited)
Jimmy Gaines
Boy (uncredited)
Maugene H. Gannon
Harry Carver's Secretary (uncredited)
Teri Garr
College Girl (uncredited)
Joy Harmon
College Girl (uncredited)
Chester Hayes
Clown (uncredited)
Barbara Hemingway
Fat Lady (uncredited)
Marianna Hill
Viola (uncredited)
Teri Hope
College Girl (uncredited)
Jerry James
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Howard Joslin
Candy Concessionaire (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg
Ernie - Motorcycle Concessionaire (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp
Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Richard Kiel
Strongman (uncredited)
Lance LeGault
Barker (uncredited)
Theodore Lehmann
Farmer #2 (uncredited)
Arthur Levy
Gus - Carny Motorcycle Rider (uncredited)
Buddy Lewis
Barker (uncredited)
Diane Libby
Sexy Girl (uncredited)
Mike Mahoney
Deputy (uncredited)
Max Manning
Juggler (uncredited)
Eddie Marr
Barker (uncredited)
Bob Matthews
Barker (uncredited)
Kent McCord
Carnival Worker (uncredited)
Lester Miller
B.J. Lewis - Fire Eater (uncredited)
Dean Moray
Boy with Balloons (uncredited)
Linda Rand
College Girl (uncredited)
Toby Reed
Dick (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan
Carnival Worker (uncredited)
Dianne Simpson
Elephant Girl (uncredited)
K.L. Smith
Sheriff (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Katie Sweet
Little Girl (uncredited)
John Turk
Volcano Man (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent
Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Jesse Wayne
Carnival Worker (uncredited)
Raquel Welch
College Girl (uncredited)
Red West
Carnival Worker (uncredited)
Jack Whalen
Barker (uncredited)
Glenn R. Wilder
Craig (uncredited)
Did you know?
According to a fan magazine of the era, Mae West refused role of older carnival owner (ultimately played by Barbara Stanwyck) when studio refused to rewrite script so she would appear as one of Elvis Presley's love interests.
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In the closing scene Elvis lifts a child into the arms of "The Strongman" portrayed by Richard Kiel ( "Jaws" of James Bond fame).
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Opened in 8th place on Variety's list.
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When Freddy takes Charlie's challenge to hit the target twice in a row at the dunk tank Freddy disputes the first throw so they start again. On the first throw of the re-start you hear the sound of a hit and the girl is dunked but you can see that the ball never really hits the target.
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Charlie Rogers: I'll be back in ten minute with a football hero's lament 'I left my knee at USC'.
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Charlie Rogers: Come on!
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Cathy Lean: I'm sorry Charlie, I like you too but you're just passing through.
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Photos from cast
Barbara Stanwyck Lynn Borden Steve Condit Joan Staley