Roustabout (1964) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by John Rich and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Paul Nathan and Joseph H. Hazen.
ROUSTABOUT ( 1964 )By Crystal Kalyana on Nov 3, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
During the years of entertainment history there have been a plethora of?stars who have left?a trail of distinction in this world with their inimitable prowess in the arts, but nobody has ever reached the legendary status that Elvis Presley attained. Along with his gaelic charm and lush sex appeal, ... Read full article
ROUSTABOUTBy Crystal Kalyana on Oct 28, 2014 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
ddd After a long and stressful day, Mum and I decided to finish off the afternoon by watching a Barbara Stanwyck movie. Barbara Stanwyck has always been my second favorite actress. I’ve collected almost all her films, and even though Mum and I have both exhausted her complete filmography, Mum ... Read full article
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Madame Mijanou, Fortune Teller: That depends, by day or night.
Charlie Rogers: I hope you're not a mind-reader because if you are, I'm about to get my face slapped!
Madame Mijanou, Fortune Teller: I can tell you what kind of woman will be attracted to you.
Charlie Rogers: I think I'm old enough to figure that out for myself.
Madame Mijanou, Fortune Teller: What do you see in my eyes?
Charlie Rogers: Maybe I better slap your face!
Charlie Rogers: I never thought I'd be running off with the circus.
Maggie: Let's get one thing straight. This is not a circus. This is a carnival. There's a big difference.
Charlie Rogers: I guess you're right. I guess a circus has elephants.
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In the closing scene Elvis lifts a child into the arms of "The Strongman" portrayed by Richard Kiel ( "Jaws" of James Bond fame).
Elvis Presley recorded a song, "I'm a Roustabout", but it was not used and went unreleased. It was rediscovered in 2003.
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