- Actors: Elvis Presley, Michele Carey, Don Porter, Rudy Vallee, Dick Sargent
- Directors: Norman Taurog
- Writers: Dan Greenburg, Michael A. Hoey
- Producers: Douglas Laurence
- Language: English
- Classification: PG
- Studio: Warner
- VHS Release Date: 31 July 2000
- Run Time: 85 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00004CJFJ
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 250,982 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Live A Little, Love A Little [VHS]
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A young hopeful (Elvis Presley) succeeds in landing two well-paid jobs as a photographer and attempts to do both by running back and forth between the two offices. He still finds time to sing a few songs, including 'Almost in Love' and 'Wonderful World'.
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Top Customer Reviews
Greg Nolan is a photographer who has a steady job and a roof over his head untill he decides to go for a spin and ends up on a beach, he`s about to settle on his beach towel to take pictures of the ocean, when he comes face to face with a Great Dane called Albert! This is the setting when he first meets "The Girl With No Name", He then lands into a situation he`s not anticipated in being.
She ends up getting a ridiculous hold over him, resulting in Greg losing his job and his home. In which he`s forced to share a room with her dog! He sets out for a new job and finds himself two full time jobs in one day, Dodging the bosses is tricky.
Greg then learns that while he`s been out working "The Girl With No Name", has found and bought him a house.
He`s grateful but at the same time annoyed.
A fantastic film and one I recommend, as a massive Elvis fan myself I found it humours. Certainly amongst his best and though it only contains four songs, A Little Less Conversation, Edge Of Reality, Wonderful World and Almost In Love.
A must for all fans of The King.
As a little bit of info, Elvis`s first child, Lisa Marie-Presley was born a month before this film came out!:)
Elvis plays a photographer who captivates a very mixed up and strange woman; resulting inn his life being turned upside down.
There are some great scenes, especially a wierd dream sequenece with a great music number.
Also one of the best fight scenes ever in an Elvis film, that takes pace in the printing factory of a newspaper company, complete with roaring machines.
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To me the plot of this movie is quite
entertaining. Elvis puts in a good performance as Greg Nolan, a photographer who meets a confused girl who is looking for love, but... Read more