ELVIS FILMOGRAPHY (1964): “ROUSTABOUT”

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ROUSTABOUT (1964)

Elvis Presley - Roustabout 1964
ELVIS AND BARBARA STANWYCK, TOGETHER IN THIS FILM

ROUSTABOUT

EDITED NOVEMBER 10, 1964

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ELVIS PRESLEY as Charlie Rogers

BARBARA STANWYCK as Maggie Morgan

JOAN FREEMAN as Cathy Lean

LEIF ERICKSON as Joe Lean

JACK ALBERTSON as Lou

SUE ANE LANGDON as Madame Mijanou

PAT BUTTRAM as Harry Carver

JOAN STALEY as Marge

DABBS GREER as Arthur Nielsen

STEVE BRODIE as Fred

NORMAN GRABOWSKI as Sam

LYNN BORDEN as a Student

JANE DULO as Hazel

JOEL FLUELLEN as Cody Marsh

WILDA TAYLOR as the Lead Dancer in the number “Little Egypt”

KENT McCORD as Carnival Worker (Uncredited)

RED WEST as Carnival Worker (Uncredited)

RAQUEL WELCH as College Girl (Uncredited)

TERI GARR as College Girl (Uncredited)

JOHN RICH in the Direction

HAL B. WALLIS in the Production

ALLAN WEISS, ANTHONY LAWRENCE in the Script

JOSEPH J. LILLEY in the Music

LUCIEN BALLARD in the Photography

Genre: Musical

Duration: 101 minutes

Premiere in the USA: November 11, 1964

INFORMATION

Charlie Rogers (Elvis Presley) is a lonely young man who travels the country on his motorcycle in search of his fortune. His fate makes him end up in a traveling fair where he will initially carry out maintenance work. He will soon reveal his talent with music, which will make the proletariat of the fair, Maggie (Barbara Stanwyck), dream of being able to get rid of the state of bankruptcy that her business is suffering.

 

Hal’s new production. B. Wallis and a new script by Allan Weiss for a 34-year-old Elvis who was facing his sixteenth film in Hollywood playing the role again, of a rebellious boy who decides to join a traveling fair to seek his fortune.

Good soundtrack and a luxurious companion for the king of rock as is the veteran actress Barbara Stanwyck, a Hollywood star from the golden years. For the anecdotary will be the second appearance on the big screen for an unknown, at that time, Raquel Welch, with a very brief appearance; in the same way that she would also do another unknown Teri Garr (Young Frankenstein, 1974), although really, Garr had also appeared briefly in Kissin ‘Cousins ??(1964).

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Information provided by Club Elvis Spain http://www.clubelvis.org

 
 
 

 

Por:

Roberto Martín

Elvis Radio 24h

@ElvisRadio24h

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