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Coffret Elvis Presley chez Warner

Message par Personne » 29 juin 2007, 13:53

Avec

Charro (Western)
Girl Happy
Kissin' Cousins
Live a Little, Love a Little
Stay Away, Joe
Tickle Me

On attend les spécifications avec impatience!


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Message par Personne » 29 juin 2007, 14:26

Le 7 aout 2007 au fait!

Il y aurait des sous-titres Français, sauf sur Tickle Me!

Elvis: The Hollywood Collection (WHV)
Charro!
The Elvis on screen here isn’t the clean-cut all-American kid ready to hit the beach or dance floor. Instead, stubble covers his face; his hat hangs low over his eyes and a bandanna hides the ugly scar that marks him as a killer. Written and directed by Charles Marquis Warren (creator of TV’s Gunsmoke, Rawhide and The Virginian), this stark sagebrush non-musical saga follows an ex-outlaw trying to go straight – but he’s got a score to settle when his own gang frames him for a heist.

Special Features:
· First-time widescreen video release [16x9 2.4:1]
· Theatrical trailer
· Subtitles: English & Français (feature film only)

Girl Happy
Rock ’n’ roll’s first icon was ranked 6th among the top box-office stars when he headlined this film. Elvis portrays Chicago club singer Rusty Wells, who, when not wowing the crowds, has the added task of watching over the overly exuberant daughter of his mob boss (Harold J. Stone) while she’s on vacation in Fort Lauderdale. Shelley Fabares, Presley’s favorite leading lady and a singing star in her own right (her 1962 tune Johnny Angel was a #1 hit), plays the daughter. And the lively songs include “Do the Clam,” “Good News,” “Puppet on a String,” the title tune and eight others. Also featured are Mary Ann Mobley and Gary Crosby.

Special Features:
· New digital transfer of complete original theatrical version with Startin’ Tonight song sequence now back in the film
· Theatrical trailer
· Subtitles: English & Français (feature film only)

Kissin’ Cousins
In his 15th film, the King takes on two roles in this backwoods romp, playing dark-haired Air Force Lt. Josh Morgan and Morgan’s adversary, blonde good ol’ boy Jodie Tatum. Lt. Josh’s assignment: try to convince his look-alike cousin Jodie to allow a missile site to be built on his land. A fistful of tunes “Barefoot Ballad”, “It’s a Long Lonely Highway,” “Tender Feeling,” the title song and 6 others), some whoop-it-up-dancing and 13 mountain cuties called Kittyhawks add to the down-home delights.

Special Features:
· New digital transfer of complete original theatrical version with Smokey Mountain Boy song sequence now back in the film
· Theatrical trailer
· Subtitles: English & Français (feature film only)

Live a Little, Love a Little
In his 28th film, Elvis Presley plays frazzled photographer Greg Nolan, juggling two jobs and scrambling to keep his work life afloat while also contending with the kooky attentions of a beach beauty (Michele Carey). Four breezy songs, including the recent Elvis chart-buster, “A Little Less Conversation” and the “Edge of Reality” dream sequence add to the zippy fun. And, for the first time, Elvis takes on-screen chances with his public image doing more “adult” comedy.

Special Features:
· Theatrical trailer
· Languages & Subtitles: English, Français & Español (feature film only)

Stay Away, Joe
Elvis Presley portrays amiable Navajo rodeo star Joe Lightcloud, returning to his home to help his tribe become cattle ranchers. A talented ensemble of screen veterans joins Presley for this good-time, two-fisted tale filmed in and around Arizona’s scenic Sedona. Burgess Meredith is Joe’s rascally father, Katy Jurado is his tough-love step mom and Joan Blondell is the shotgun-toting local gal setting her romantic sights on Joe. Plenty of fun and a couple of tunes (the title track and “Dominique”) are along for the ride too.

Special Features:
· Theatrical trailer
· Subtitles: English & Français (feature film only)

Tickle Me
Looking for part-time work until rodeo season opens, Lonnie Beale (Elvis) finds himself at a dude ranch/spa for actresses and models. Elvis enjoys his share of the laughs as he meets girl (Jocelyn Lane), loses girl and gets girl back - plus a fortune in lost gold. This film frolic tickles with a saddlebag of nine tunes, including “I’m Yours” and “Such an Easy Question.” There’s also considerable tickling of the funny bone since writers Elwood Ullman and Edward Bernds are veterans of the Three Stooges comedies.

Special Features:
· First-time widescreen video release [16x9 2.4:1]
· Theatrical trailer
· Subtitles: English (feature film only)

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