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Viva Las Vegas 50th Anniversary [Blu-ray] [US Import]


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  • Actors: Elvis Presley
  • Format: Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Aug 2014
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JVFTDA8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,071 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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It's pretty tough to beat Jailhouse Rock in terms of sheer entertainment, but Elvis lovers are particularly fond of this 1964 hit. The Big E plays race-car driver Lucky Jackson, who arrives in Las Vegas for an upcoming Grand Prix race. Lucky's car needs a new engine, so he gets a waiter job at a casino and starts working his crooning charms on Rusty Martin (Ann-Margret). It's their on-screen chemistry that makes this flick a lot of fun; Presley never had a better co-star than Ann-Margret, and their race-car romance is quintessential 1960s fluff. Then there are the songs, of course, including the snappy title tune, a rockin' rendition of Ray Charles's "What'd I Say?" and "The Yellow Rose of Texas". Viva Las Vegas is one of the Elvis movies that stands the test of time, when the legend was still at his peak. --Jeff Shannon

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By tommyboo on 8 April 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Viva Las Vegas is probably one of Elvis' best known songs, covered by many artists, and features in some well known other movies. And this film is one of the reasons.

Your ninety minutes of fun are guaranteed in this 1964 movie. Elvis and luscious co-star Ann Margaret give one of the most believable on screen performances. It is well documented that the pair had a thing going between them during the making of this movie and their relationship translates well onto celluloid!

Though Elvis Presley is probably one of the best looking men ever, this does not come across too well in this movie. Aside from the fact that he is overly and unnecessarily coiffed and made up throughout the film, Ann stunningly glows all over with natural beauty. You cannot help but concentrate on her every move. And even with Elvis trying his best, her dance moves are very natural and sexy whilst Elvis' seem mechanical and at times awkward. But by his own admission, Elvis was not a dancer. Music simply made him shake and move to the music in very natural ways rather than in choreographic styles. Comparing his more natural Viva Las Vegas screen performance and the choreographed C'mon Everybody dance routine with Ann Margaret verifies that.

Oh the plot, I almost forgot. Ummm, Elvis is race car driver Lucky Jackson and falls for Rusty (Ann Margaret) at first sight when her sports car develops 'whistling motor' trouble. So who can blame him when he painstakingly tracks her down and tries his best to charm her into his arms? Now he also has to win the Grand Prix race - racing other cars and another guy for the ultimate trophy, Rusty!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Jan 2003
Format: VHS Tape
This one is more fun than it's legal to have at the movies thanks to Elvis, Las Vegas, and the sweet and delectable Ann-Margret. It's a pretty good story about Lucky Jackson (Elvis) trying to enter and win the Las Vegas Grand Prix, which doesn't get in the way of all the entertainment. This was Elvis at his best and Ann-Margret as Rusty matches him scene for scene, making this one something special.
Cesare Danova is the Count Elvis will have to compete with on the race track and off, his rival for Ann-Margret from the moment she shows up at the garage, leggy and gorgeous, and asks, "Can someone look at my engine, it whistles?" She is sweet dynamite in this film and is the only one of his leading ladies to match him. They are magic together, and only years later would she reveal their love for each other, but not revealing any details. She was all class then and she's all class now.
This Elvis film is in a class by itself. There are teriffic songs with no 'throw aways' here. "What'd I Say," "I Love My Baby, and My Baby Loves Me," "You'll Always be My Love," and of course, "Viva Las Vegas," capturing perfectly the excitment of the Las Vegas Strip are all here to enjoy. The most fun though is the back and forth of Elvis and Ann on "The Lady Loves Me, But She Doesn't Know It Yet" that culminates in her pushing him into the pool!
Their first date captures all the fun of this movie as they go skeet shooting (she beats him), water skiing, get to ride mopeds around an airfield, dress up and play gunfight (she beats him again), and get to take a helicopter ride over hoover dam and the marina where her dad (William Demarest in a nice role) lives on a boat. He likes Elvis and knows his daughter does to, in spite of Rusty's fear that he'll get hurt racing.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By r levis on 3 Oct 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Probably Elvis' best film, with Ann-Margret, directed by long-time MGM musicals master, George Sidney (Anchors Aweigh. Now with the added bonus of anamorphic Cinemascope and blu ray, and more importantly at last, stereo. Sounds and looks better than it did in mono in the cinemas. A must buy Elvis movie.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 Feb 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Viva Las Vegas is a cracking film, very easy to watch and with Elvis and Anne Margaret sizzling on screan, this film is a joy.
Releases in 1964, Viva Las Vegas outgrossed Elvis massive 1961 smash Blue Hawaii for box office takings in America. It also outgrossed the Beatles Hard Days night; the King was still more popular than the fab four.
The music is very very good as is the race scenes, but it's the interaction between Ms Margaret and Mr Presley that makes this so good; especially the What'd I Say sequence and the C'mon Everybody sequence; also the scene where Elvis is a waiter, this is so very funny,
Critics and many fans have called this Elvis best film of the sixties and the only film of that decade that should be looked at; this aint true, as this is good fun, it does not in any way come close to his best work: Flaming Star, Wild In The Country, Trouble With Girls, Change of Habit, Blue Hawaii, Follow That Dream etc.....but check it out, it is a fun, feelgood film!
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By miss k jeal on 5 Oct 2014
Format: DVD
I bought this after booking a trip to vegas for my friend and I to watch before our trip. What a great easy to watch movie. And elvis is so handsome.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fussy Bloke on 19 Jun 2009
Format: DVD
This is one of Elvis's best movies. The songs are great and he looks great. It's a decent storyline about boy meets girl interspersed with some of the king's best songs, "Viva Las Vegas," "The Lady Loves Me," "Come On Everybody" and others.
The first view we get of Ann Margaret in this movie is something I will never forget. When she appears in the garage Elvis is working at she is simply mind blowing. She is wearing an orange top and little white shorts which show off fabulous, fabulous...I really mean FABULOUS legs. Her engine whistles, she says. I picked my eyes up off the floor and focused them again. Elvis and Ann look at her engine and he tells her he is a very caring mechanic. She looks at him, her blue, blue eyes twinkling, her pearly white teeth flashing. With an almost imperceptible incline of her head as a slight breeze lifts her long, lustrous red hair, she breathes, "I'm sure you are." I pitch forward in my seat, a blithering wreck! Are there really women this beautiful? For me the scene is still electric all these years later. Ann leaves and Elvis just goes back to his work. If I was him I'd have to have the rest of the day off, I wouldn't be able to concentrate on anything!
Elvis, of course gets the fabulous girl, (I'm not really giving anything away there,) and has a great time as well. I wonder if MY life could be like that? As I remember it was belting with rain when I left the cinema.
In this movie Elvis's character is called Lucky - now THERE'S an understatement. He makes you sick really, doesn't he?
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