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    Elvis Trivia no3

    All were answered pretty quickly last time around....lets see how we get on with these

    1. What is a 'Villiger Kell' ?

    2. Name the person who appeared in 14 of Elvis' films..

    3. At what venue did elvis sing 'Trouble' in King Creole ?

    4. In Double Trouble.....what were Guys Lamberts backing band called ?

    5. Who did James Burton play guitar for between 1957-1968 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained
    The awnser to question 5:

    Ricky Nelson?

    You got it Ron

    4 to go
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    Nr.2-Red West?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildarling
    Nr.2-Red West?
    Red was in 16 or 17 of Elvis' movies according to the IMDB, but sometimes uncredited.... But he was my first choice, too.....


    Live a Little, Love a Little (1968) (uncredited) .... Newspaper vendor
    Clambake (1967) (uncredited) .... Ice cream vendor
    Spinout (1966) (uncredited) .... Shorty's Pit Crew
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966) (uncredited) .... Rusty (man who fights with Rick)
    Harum Scarum (1965) .... Assassin
    ... aka Harem Holiday (1965)
    Tickle Me (1965) (uncredited) .... Bully in bar
    Girl Happy (1965) (uncredited) .... Extra in Kit Kat Club
    Roustabout (1964) (uncredited) .... Carnival worker
    Viva Las Vegas (1964) (uncredited) .... Son of Lone Star State
    ... aka Love in Las Vegas (1964) (International: English title)
    Fun in Acapulco (1963) (uncredited) .... Poolside Guest
    It Happened at the World's Fair (1963) (uncredited) .... Fred
    Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962) (uncredited) .... Bongo-playing crewman on tuna boat
    Follow That Dream (1962) (uncredited) .... Bank guard
    Blue Hawaii (1961) (uncredited) .... Party Guest
    Wild in the Country (1961) (uncredited) .... Hank Tyler, Glenn's Brother
    Flaming Star (1960) (uncredited) .... Indian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained
    That?s the only one i know in 3 bloody trivia?s, (only took 30 seconds in Google ) but in all honesty i never watch E? movies so i got a good excuse for those other questions.

    Well i can't argue there then Unchained...good enough excuse for me

    Although...No1 is not movie related
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildarling
    Nr.2-Red West?

    Congrats Lildarling thats the one....

    Cherokee,

    yep...depends what source you look at as to how many they credit him to have appeared in....but thats who i was after
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    Really?I was only guessing-and this was hehe... the only question I could somehow figure out the answer to

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    Guy Lambert...

    ] and the G-MEN???
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    Quote Originally Posted by howardrobardhughes
    ] and the G-MEN???
    You got it whats that now...two to go ?
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    A "Villiger Kell" is a very nice cigar!

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    mmmm Trouble,..i think that walter Mathau was being a jerk to that lady ,...and she told him that Danny could sing.. so he told Danny Fisher to sing what he could,..he sang it at the bar where he worked, Trouble...mmmm forgive me if i am wrong ....its been a month i didnt see that movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny
    A "Villiger Kell" is a very nice cigar!

    Sonny
    Sure is Sonny...and said to have been Elvis' favourite brand

    One to go
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    is my answer wrong one ,NR....if it is,...let me know , i may got to think better answer to that (h)

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttonhead
    is my answer wrong one ,NR....if it is,...let me know , i may got to think better answer to that (h)
    Right scene buttonhead....thats the bar...but what is it called ?
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    In King Creole, 'Trouble' is performed in 'The Blue Shade'.

    However, if you are using a particular reference book for this question, you might have been expecting a different answer.

    So, is that the answer you were after ?


    'What, honey ? ..... one scarf for the balcony ?! ........... OK ........... gimme a baseball ! ............ there's no way unless you put a rock in it'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spinout-designs
    In King Creole, 'Trouble' is performed in 'The Blue Shade'.

    However, if you are using a particular reference book for this question, you might have been expecting a different answer.

    So, is that the answer you were after ?
    No it wasn't Spinout...but i think you are right there...that does sound familiar to me for sure.
    Don't believe all the books you read ....i'll watch the movie again and check....but i think you could well be right mate
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    I am right

    The club named in a particular reference book is next door to The Blue Shade, but it is The Blue Shade Danny walks into.

    The name is also confirmed later in the film when Danny talks to Roni about 'the accident' happening that first morning in, yes, you got it, The Blue Shade


    'What, honey ? ..... one scarf for the balcony ?! ........... OK ........... gimme a baseball ! ............ there's no way unless you put a rock in it'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spinout-designs
    I am right

    The club named in a particular reference book is next door to The Blue Shade, but it is The Blue Shade Danny walks into.

    The name is also confirmed later in the film when Danny talks to Roni about 'the accident' happening that first morning in, yes, you got it, The Blue Shade
    well...having watched the whole film again....i have to agree...he does say 'the accident happened on that first day in the Blue Shade'....so listening to that points that you are right Mark.

    But when he walks into the bar i have to say...the only name you see is 'The gilded Cage'. Plus that chapter on the DVD is called.....yep..The Gilded Cage. So its a little bit of a mystery

    So...to sum up...don't have a clue Was 'the blue shade' a figure of speach ? Or was it the name of the bar and the DVD manufacturers made a mistake ? As well as the book writers ( which would have been out long before the DVD was ). Who knows.....but as i have just written the answer i was after anyhow...i don't suppose it makes alot of difference either way
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    Nightrider, 'Blue Shade' was the name of the bar, check out the attatchment below (click to enlarge)
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    'What, honey ? ..... one scarf for the balcony ?! ........... OK ........... gimme a baseball ! ............ there's no way unless you put a rock in it'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spinout-designs
    Nightrider, 'Blue Shade' was the name of the bar, check out the attatchment below (click to enlarge)
    Well spotted Mark. :worthy: ..i even looked at that scene and still didn't see that name. I guess the DVD guys cocked up too then.
    Thanks for putting me straight on that mate
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