1964, 85 minutes, 35mm | Directed by George Sidney; written by Jack Cummings and George Sidney; with Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret, and Cesare Danova
All musically gifted racecar-driver Lucky Jackson (Elvis Presley) wants in Las Vegas is to score enough money for a new car motor so he can win the Grand Prix. When he encounters sexy swimming instructor Rusty (Ann-Margret), he considers staying around longer. After Lucky loses his winnings in the hotel pool, he's forced to remain in Vegas long enough to win back his dough-but now he also wants to win Rusty's heart. Unfortunately, so does his slick racing enemy, Elmo (Cesare Danova).