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"King Creole": On the verge of graduating, hard-working-but-troubled senior Danny Fisher gets into a brawl that costs him his high school diploma. His father demands that he stay in school, but Danny has bigger dreams as a nightclub singer. To make life more complicated, he gets mixed up with local mob boss and a seductive moll, who have other, more dangerous plans for Danny's future. "G.I. Blues": Stationed in Germany, Army specialist Tulsa McLean and his buddies are saving up to open a nightclub after they get discharged. To build their seed money faster, they make a wager that one of their own can seduce a sexy, hard-to-get cabaret dancer. But when their chosen Romeo gets transferred to Alaska, Tulsa must step in to melt her heart, win the bet and save their dream. "Blue Hawaii": Ex-G.I. Chad Gates returns home to a land of sand, surf and sun. While his mother wants him to join his father's pineapple company, Chad would rather bum around the beach and serenade wahinis. He does, however, land a job as a tour guide at his girlfriend's tourist agency, where his first assignment is to chaperone a car full of cute co-eds. "Roustabout": When a motorcycle accident strands hot-tempered biker Charlie Rogers with a carnival troupe, life literally becomes a circus. The carnival is bankrupt, but the sideshows must go on. The tough-as-nails owner hires Charlie to help out while his bike is being repaired, but she soon realizes this tough guy has a talent that could save her failing business. A beautiful carny may be just the ticket to get the restless Charlie to settle down and rock the big top like never before. "Girls! Girls! Girls!": Fishing guide Ross Carpenter has two passions...the sea and "Girls! Girls! Girls!" Dreaming of owning his own boat one day, the charismatic fisherman moonlights as a hotel lounge singer to earn the money. On stage, he catches everyone's ear, and more than one lady's eye. Torn between a savvy nightclub headliner and a charming socialite posing as a working-class girl-next-door, Ross must decide which lucky lady makes his heart sing. "Fun In Acapulco": Elvis goes south of the boarder for his spiciest adventure yet. Fired form his job as a boat hand, Mike Windgren is hired as a singer and lifeguard at a local hotel...thanks to a savvy young muchacho with connections all over town. He finds his Latin groove, and of course, his fair share of amor. Mike catches the eye of both a sexy female matador and the sultry girlfriend of a rival lifeguard. But just as the fiesta is getting started, his best-kept family secret could cause Mike to lose them both. "Paradise Hawaiian Style": When hotshot pilot Rick Richards sets up a helicopter charter service on the islands, say aloha to trouble. One misadventure after another leaves Rick grounded for a month, while Danny, his business partner and best friend, is left to pick up the pieces. But when Danny and his young daughter go missing, Rick risks his license and future to take to the skies and find them. "Easy Come, Easy Go": Lieutenant Ted Jackson, a Navy frogman, is about to end his tour of duty. But on his last dive, he discovers a sunken ship. Once he finds out there are silver coins hidden in the wreck, he sees a fortune in his future. Now, he and his old boss dive headfirst into the treasure-hunting business.
|Starring:||Elvis Presley, Walter Matthau, Angela Lansbury, Barbara Stanwyck, Carolyn Jones, Stella Stevens, Ursula Andress, Joan Blackman, Suzanna Leigh|
|Studio Name:||Paramount Home Entertainment|
|DVD Release Date:||08/10/2010|
|Run Time (in minutes):||792 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.25|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.0 x 5.5 x 7.4|
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