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Elvis returned from his Army stint with a case of the G.I. Blues (1960). Featuring the hits Blue Suede Shoes and Wooden Heart.
An ambitious judge tries to put a stop to the forbidden dance at a nightclub despite the protest of its owner in Can-Can (1960).
On board the very train, Elvis as Tulsa MacLean sings Frankfurt Special by Sherman Edwards and Sid Wayne after some cajoling by bandmates Rick (James Douglas) and Cookie (Robert Ivers) in G.I. Blues, 1960.
1890's Paris lawyer Francois (Frank Sinatra) is treating his judge friend Paul (Maurice Chevalier) to a performance of the banned title-dance, Shirley MacLaine as their hostess Simone, Juliet Prowse leading the troupe, early in ('Cole Porter's') Can-Can, 1960.
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Debbie Reynolds stars as Lucretia Rogers, a young widow who moves with her children to a raucous Arizona town on the frontier. At first having trouble coming to grips with frontier life, she adjusts well enough to get herself appointed sheriff. She is courted by a couple of cowpokes, both of whom ride to the rescue when the young widow bites off more than she can chew and she is captured by outlaws. But which one will she choose to be her new man? This musical romance also stars Andy Griffith, Steve Forrest, Juliet Prowse and Thelma Ritter.
A Young Widow And Her Two Children Arrive In An Arizona Town In 1912 To Start A New Life And She Finds The Town Wild And Booming. With Her Feisty Spirit And Temper, She Becomes The Town Sheriff And Starts To Clean Things Up.
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