Elvis-Tickle Me (1965)
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|A guitar-playing rodeo rider, working at a dude ranch for women, attracts all of them except the instructor, until he aids her in finding buried gold in a ghost town.|
Editor's NoteElvis just happens to land a summer job working at a dude ranch completely staffed by pretty cowgirls, but falls in love with the club's lovely owner. Featured hits include "Slowly But Surely," "Put the Blame on Me" and "Night Riders."
Tickle Me - DVD Review
By: The Masked Movie Snobs Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 8/7/2010 10:44 AM
|Elvis Presley stars as Lonnie Beale, a singing rodeo rider looking for work. After singing "It Feels So Right" from 1960's classic Elvis is Back! and getting into a fight with a jealous husband, Beale meets Vera Radford (Julie Adams), owner of the Circle Z Ranch — an all-girls spa and ranch where women spend $500 per week to essentially be reconditioned into hotties (hey, it is an Elvis movie!). Radford offers Beale a job tending to the horses on the ranch, which Beale accepts....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Archie Marshek - Editor|
|Arthur Lonergan - Art Director|
|Ben Schwalb - Producer|
|Edward Bernds - Writer|
|Elwood Ullman - Writer|
|Hal Pereira - Art Director|
|Loyal Griggs - Cinematographer|
|Norman Taurog - Director|
|Walter Scharf - Original Music By|
Plot SummaryTo kill time and earn some money before the rodeo season, singing cowboy Lonnie Beale finds work as a wrangler on an exclusive health ranch in Arizona.| Although he sets the hearts of many women aflutter with his songs and style, Lonnie falls for Vera, a beautiful health therapist. Their mutual affection deepens, but things are not what they seem.| Lonnie realizes that Vera is being targeted by thugs who want a treasure map that she received after her grandfather died. The map illustrates the hideaway in which a treasure in gold is apparently kept.| This discovery leads Lonnie and Vera on a quest for the fortune due to her -- and away from the bad men trying to commandeer it.