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Tickle Me (1965)

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The original king of rock-n-roll (Elvis Presley) stars in this light comedy musical as a singing buck who finds employment at an all femme ranch & spa. After kissing the girls and making them cry, the stud-clad crooner is sent away, but soon comes back to rescue a pretty maiden from the hands of fortune-seeking baddies.

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Cast

Elvis Presley
as Lonnie Beale / Panhandle Kid
Julie Adams
as Vera Radford
Jocelyn Lane
as Pam Meritt
Jack Mullaney
as Stanley Potter
Merry Anders
as Estelle Penfield
Bill Williams
as Deputy Sturdivant
Edward Faulkner
as Brad Bentley
John Dennis
as Adolph the Chef
Grady Sutton
as Mr. Dabney
Inez Pedroza
as Ophelia
Louis Elias
as Jerry the Groom
Louie Elias
as Jerry the Groom
Robert Hoy
as Henry the Gardener
Dorothy Konrad
as Mrs. Dabney
Linda Rogers
as Clair Kinnamon
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A bad Elvis movie??? This is it, a true mismatch of songs except for the theme song, it goes downhill after that! Unfunny!

Dana Forrester
Dana Forrester

Who is this movie for? You've got Elvis, okay, sure, but then you've got bikini clad women running around a dude ranch, mixed with violent kidnappers after a treasure-hunt plot a seven year old could have thought up but with just enough haunted house material to scar you if you actually are a child viewer. Elvis is basically a predator in this one, bad come ons and more awkward spanking scenes. Also- why the hell is this movie named "Tickle Me?!" I want answers.

Jenna Ipcar
Jenna Ipcar

Silly bit of nonsense, not really surprising considering the title, that isn't the worst film Elvis made but falls squarely towards the lower end of the scale. To begin with the so called comic relief best friend is an irritating buffoon who is annoying every second he is on screen. The songs are forgettable and it wastes two of the best assets it has. Namely the always welcome character actress Connie Gilchrist who is hardly used at all and worse yet the terrific and underrated Julie Adams who looks great as the ranch boss and certainly is a more interesting screen presence and better match for Elvis than the vapid Jocelyn Lane. Not painful to sit through but a great example of cinematic junk food.

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