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Wild in the Country (1961) was a Drama - Musical Film directed by Philip Dunne and produced by Jerry Wald and Peter Nelson.

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Glenn Tyler: What do you want me to talk about?
Irene Sperry: Anything at all. Just talk.

Betty Lee Parsons: I have no intention of wasting sympathy on him.
Glenn Tyler: Sympathy is never wasted, Betty Lee. One way or another, you get it back, or so it says in the Book.

Glenn Tyler: You'd think I set a blow torch to the American flag. What's a man for if he can't aim high, ma'am?

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'Clifford Odet''s original script had Elvis Presley's character committing suicide at the end of the film. This was screened for a preview audience, who were horrified, and the ending was changed.
Elvis Presley dated Tuesday Weld in the 1950's.
There's a deleted scene where Glen (Elvis Presley) sings "Lonely Man" in the garage - part of this scene was used in the trailer for the film.
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