Love Me Tender (1956)

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At the end of the Civil War, a Confederate team is ordered to rob a Union payroll train but the war ends leaving these men with their Union loot, until the Feds come looking for it.


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  • Elvis Presley during a break from filming "Love Me Tender," 20th Century Fox, 1956.
  • Elvis Presley and Debra Paget on the set of "Love Me Tender," 20th Century Fox, 1956.
  • Elvis Presley and Debra Paget in Love Me Tender (1956)
  • Elvis Presley and Debra Paget in Love Me Tender (1956)
  • Debra Paget in Love Me Tender (1956)

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3 November 2016 | HarryLags
8
| A good Civil War western.
"Twentieth Century Fox was uncertain whether to feature Elvis in the film as a singer or as an actor. So they tried to have it both ways."

This movie brings it's highs and lows. A trio of brothers fresh from a raid of a Union payroll find out that the war is over on their way to turn in the money to their General with the unit.Their commander Vance (Richard Egan) decides there is no Confederate Government to turn the cash in to. They split the dough and head home. The plot twists when the Union army decides to come after the former raiders, causing splits among the raiders and increasing the tension between the brothers.

The movie is good, the acting is pretty good and the story moves along well. As far as Elvis goes, this movie proves he can act. Its a shame that we did't see him in later years in more conventional movies such as this one, its a pity Elvis never got that chance.

Good movie! But then anything is good with Elvis in it!

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