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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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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?


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


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Elvis Presley was called back, to California, to re-do the movie's final scenes. The original filming, final scenes were thought as below class, by the director, or producer.
The song "Husky Dusky Day", sung in the movie by Elvis Presley and Hope Lange, was unreleased for years and appeared on an official record only in the 1990s.
Simone Signoret turned down the role of Irene Sperry.
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