Elvis stars as Ross Carpenter, a fishing guide. Trouble arises for him when he has to get his dad's fishing boat out of hock by singing songs in a local dive. As usual, he's besieged by girls, too, including a Laurel, a little rich girl spending the summer by the shore, and Robyn, a tough club singer. Features a slew of great songs, including "Return to Sender," "A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You," "Never Let Me Go," and "The Nearness of You," "I Don't Want To," "Because of Love," "Song of the Shrimp," and the title tune.
Norman Taurog - American Director/Actor
Frank Puglia - Character Actor/In USA
Benson Fong - Character Actor
Jeremy Slate - American Actor
Robert Strauss - American Comic TV/Film Actor
Elvis Presley - The King of Rock 'n' Roll
Elvis Aron Presely - The King of Rock 'n' Roll
Allan Weiss - Screenwriter - 1960s
Stella Stevens - American actress, THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE
Estelle Egglestone - American actress, THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE
Edward Anhalt - American Screenwriter/Producer
- Format: DVD
- Color Format: Color
- UPC: 032429285102
- Genre: Comedy
- Rating: PG (MPAA)
- Release Date: October 2017
Love blooms when humble angler Ross meets his kindred spirit, Laurel. She feels for Ross, too, but she comes from a wealthy background and keeps this fact undisclosed to her salt-of-the-earth lover. As their romance blossoms, Laurel realizes she cannot conceal her status from Ross forever. Meanwhile, Ross hopes to retrieve his prized boat, which his dad constructed with his own two hands, and which has now fallen into the wrong hands.
Additional cast: Laurel Goodwin (Laurel Dodge); Guy Lee (Chen Yung); Lili Valenty (Mama Stavros); Ginny Tiu, Elizabeth Tiu and Alexander Tiu (Mai Ling, Tai Ling and their little brother Ginny Tiu, Elizabeth Tiu and Alexander Mai Ling, Tai Ling and their little brother). Additional crew: Charles O'Curran (choreographer). In this film, the Jordanaires served as Elvis Presley's back-up band. Producer Hal Wallis cut five minutes of this film, including two songs, before its release. "Girls, Girls, Girls!" marked the first film in which Stella Stevens sang. Color by Technicolor.