Along with Loving You, King Creole, and Wild in the Country, this is one of the serious early Elvis pictures about the flowering of an artistic talent. In spite of that, it is good for a few laughs. Elvis is required to be an obnoxious, ungrateful, surly, swell-headed son of a bitch until he catches a well-earned punch in the larynx. This assignment seems well within his acting range, if he is in fact acting. Directed by Richard Thorpe. (1957) — Duncan Shepherd
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