A movie star falls for a princess and becomes embroiled in political intrigue while touring the Middle East.
Elvis Presley here plays American entertainer Johnny, somewhere in the Middle East to premiere his new movie, helping some local dancing girls earn their living with a tune credited to Bill Giant, Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye, pickpocket Billy Barty working the crowd, in Harum Scarum, 1965.
Psychiatrist Janet Leigh won't marry him until her patients are cured, so Jerry Lewis decides to cure them himself in Three On A Couch (1966).
Elvis is American performer Johnny Tyronne kidnapped in the Middle East, also enraptured with a local princess, thus the song credited to Joy Byers (one of many later claimed by her husband, record producer Bob Johnston), encouraged by Fran Jeffries, in Harum Scarum, 1965.
While working in Fort Lauderdale, a rock'n'roll singer finds himself chaperoning a mobster's daughter on spring break.
A rock singer is hired to chaperone a gangster's daughter in Fort Lauderdale in Girl Happy (1965) starring Elvis Presley and Shelley Fabares.
The trailer for the musical romantic comedy Girl Happy starring Elvis Presley. Rusty Wells and his band are just about ready to leave Chicago for their annual spring break trip to Ft. Lauderdale. That is, until Big Frank extends their stay at his club. Big Frank's daughter decides to go to Ft. Lauderdale with her friends for spring break, and so he gets Rusty and his band to look after her and makes sure she stays out of trouble. While he looks after her, he has to contend with good time girl, Deena, who has no patience for guys that stand her up or keep her waiting.
An American film star is kidnapped in the Middle East in Harum Scarum (1965) starring Elvis Presley.
The Animals, The Dave Clark Five and Stan Getz are among the performers in the teen musical Get Yourself A College Girl (1964).
Pretending to be spinster 'Heather,' director and star Jerry Lewis has to become her brother 'Rutherford,' as he attempts to cure Mary Lou (Leslie Parrish) of her neuroses, in Three On A Couch, 1966.
Poor lip-synch but the recording is quite good, Eric Burdon leads the original Animals in Blue Feeling in Get Yourself A College Girl, released in 1964 shortly after the band's Ed Sullivan Show appearance.
Rock legend Elvis Presley ("Jailhouse Rock," "Viva Las Vegas") stars in this entertaining musical about a rock singer who is hired to chaperone a gangster's daughter in Fort Lauderdale. Gary Crosby ("Which Way to the Front?") and Emmy-nominee Shelley Fabares (TV's "Coach") co-star in this fun film. Great music and dance scenes.
Superstar Elvis Presley ("Jailhouse Rock") stars in this fun-filled romp as an American film star who is kidnapped while touring the Middle East. Aided by a couple of locals, he fights -- and sings -- his way to romance and freedom. Great soundtrack includes "Hey Little Girl."
Rock legend Elvis Presley stars in this entertaining musical about a rock singer who is hired to chaperone a gangster's daughter in Fort Lauderdale. Great music and dance scenes.
Elvis Presley stars as an American film star is kidnapped while touring the Middle East. Aided by a couple of locals, he fights -- and sings -- his way to romance and freedom.
Rock legend Elvis Presley stars in this entertaining musical about a rock singer who is hired to chaperon a gangster's daughter in Fort Lauderdale. Gary Crosby and Emmy-nominee Shelley Fabares co-star in this fun film. Great music and dance scenes.
Elvis Presley stars in this fun-filled romp as an American film star who is kidnapped while touring the Middle East. Aided by a couple of locals, he fights and sings his way to romance and freedom.
In the same year that a certain band from Liverpool first came to the U.S., moviegoers were encouraged to Get Yourself a College Girl. What made the getting good were musical appearances by the British Invasion's the Dave Clark Five and the Animals, plus the U.S. group the Standells (pre-Dirty Water), the jazz stylings of the Jimmy Smith Trio and the mellow of The Girl from Ipanema by Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto. In a story laced with early feminist and sexual-revolution sentiments, former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley plays a songwriting coed whose rock tunes appall administrators of staid Wyndham College for Girls. Prolific exploitation-flick filmmaker Sam Katzman (Rock Around the Clock) produces.
In a story laced with early feminist and sexual-revolution sentiments, a songwriting coed's rock tunes appall administrators of staid Wyndham College for Girls. Musical appearances by the British Invasion's the Dave Clark Five and the Animals.
Salem's return to human form is short-lived, thanks to Roland the Troll and Sabrina's unknowing wishes.
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Mr. Drummond travels to Hollywood and proposes to Maggie, and finds out she has a young son named Sam. Meanwhile, Arnold and Dudley try to meet Knight Rider and sneak into a car that's about to be blown up. Part 1 of 2.
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Willis lies to Arnold about knowing first aid in order to get a job at the school carnival, but when Arnold gets an electrical shock, Willis doesn't know how to save him.
Larry wants Willis to help him score with women, he gets Kimberly to assist him, but Larry falls in love with her.
Arnold needs a story for a journalism contest at school, and when he finds out there's a student selling drugs there, he writes his story about that. The principal soon confronts him about it to get his sources, but Arnold refuses.
When Arnold faces a streak of bad luck, he is given a lucky cricket to help him out. Arnold's fortunes soon change, and he tries to use the cricket to get out of trouble with the Gooch.
Kathy transfers to Arnold's school and is treated very poorly. When she becomes hall monitor, she doles out demerits to everyone except Arnold. Arnold tries to get Kathy to lighten up but instead is hard on Arnold too.
Arnold and Dudley befriend a bicycle shop owner named Mr. Horton, who is acutally a pedophile trying to scope the two unwary boys out.
Mr. Drummond sneaks around behind the kids' backs while dating his tax attorney, and invites her over to the apartment while the rest of the family's away. But when they return early, Mr. Drummond has to explain her presence.
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