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Change of Habit (1969) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by William A. Graham .

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Pic of the Day: “Change of Habit” revisited

By Marisa on Sep 30, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

And now for a long-overdue look at the rude and probably racist grocery manager of Change of Habit (1969), Elvis Presley‘s last feature film. He has just realized that the mild-mannered nun he just sold a mop handle to is in fact his crusading nemesis, Sister Barbara (Jane Elliot). Timothy wa... Read full article


Video of the Week: “Change of Habit” (2)

By Marisa on Jan 8, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Today, the 79th anniversary of the birth of Elvis Presley, we present Change of Habit (1969), his final feature film and the only one in which he and Timothy both appeared (not together, to our great misfortune). Tim’s scenes as the irascible grocery store manager begin at 33:50 and 1:08:17. D... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Change of Habit” revisited (3)

By Marisa on Nov 14, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Better late than never, today’s pic revisits Change of Habit (1969), Elvis Presley‘s last feature film. Timothy’s grocery store manager is about to give Sister Barbara (Jane Elliot) a deal on a mop handle, not realizing that she is his activist nemesis. This was also the last feat... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Change of Habit” revisited (2)

By Marisa on May 31, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Greetings from Pasadena, California! Our pic for today revisits Elvis Presley‘s last feature film, Change of Habit (1969), directed by William A. Graham. Timothy’s unnamed and uncredited market manager pauses in his labors to chow down. He’s a real class act. More to come as our C... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Change of Habit” revisited (1)

By Marisa on Jan 8, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

In honor of today being Elvis Presley’s 78th birthday anniversary, today’s pic is another from his last theatrical film, Change of Habit (1969). Timothy appears in an uncredited role as the manager of the Ajax Market, who is not very sympathetic to his customers. It’s a shame Elvi... Read full article


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Sister Irene: I think our neighbours are Catholic.
Sister Michelle: Yes, it's too bad they're not Christian.


Sister Michelle: [after she reveals herself to be a nun, Dr. Carpenter is shocked] Say something.
Dr. John Carpenter: I'll be damned.


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Only film where Elvis Presley is in the church.
Only feature film starring Elvis Presley which wasn't released theatrically in Finland.
Spent four weeks on the Variety Box Office Survey, peaking at #17.
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