good observation Jak, I'll have to check that out! he was certainly known as the prankster on set.
I thought some of you might find this somewhat amusing.I know I did.A friend of mine pointed this out to me.Watch the scene in Tickle Me where Elvis and an attractive young lady are sitting on a log.Elvis is singing Such An Easy Question.It's the second song in the film I think and is early on.As the song is finishing you will see Elvis' arm slowly drop behind the girl's back.Keep a close eye on the girl and watch her body language.I bet nobody has noticed before what Elvis did.I found it quite funny and it proves once again it's good to be the king.
Here's the video...hehe, but I didn't notice anything...maybe that last part was cut from the youtube video. Here's the link :
- tell me if it's there
Thanks for posting the video.You have to watch closely but you can see it on the youtube video also.Watch the girl flinch when Elvis' hand drops down at the very end.
OhYeah! That was funny! thanks for posting
All I wanted was a white knight with a good heart, soft touch, fast horse
Ride me off into the sunset Baby, I'm forever yours
Yes I saw it too....such a brat!
I saw that too Jak! Really good observation That's really funny!
Yeap, it's quite clear. Thank you for noticing...
Goodbye Rosanne...Your "family" in TCB will always remember you.
There is an interview with Edward Faulkner in the latest Man and the Music.He played the swim instructor in the film.He really enjoyed working with Elvis and says what a good guy he was.From what he said Elvis had lots of fun making the film.I know it's not a masterpiece but I've always had a soft spot for this film.
Jak, are you sure the soft spot you have is not for the leading lady???? I've heard a lot of comments from different men on her who think she was pretty fabulous.
haha... I noticed it too.... Funny!
[CENTER]"The only time I can be me is when I walk through the door and lock it from the inside" -Elvis
What a guy!
"Don't tamper with the property of the U.S. Male"
Lol Jak, I knew it! Yup, I remember Julie Adams. I remember seeing her in some old western too.
I myself frankly never noticed how cute Jocelyn Lane was, my attention was all on Elvis.
"I myself frankly never noticed how cute Jocelyn Lane was, my attention was all on Elvis."
I think I noticed her the first time I ever saw that movie.I guess it's one of those "guy" things.