Loving You (1957)

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A musician and a publicist help a delivery man achieve stardom.


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  • Elvis Presley and Dolores Hart in Loving You (1957)
  • Elvis Presley and Jana Lund in "Loving You," Paramount, 1957.
  • Elvis Presley and Wendell Corey in "Loving You," Paramount, 1957.
  • Elvis Presley and Jana Lund in "Loving You," Paramount, 1957.
  • Elvis Presley and Jana Lund in "Loving You," Paramount, 1957.
  • Elvis Presley and Jana Lund in "Loving You," Paramount, 1957.

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8 February 2008 | Isaac5855
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| Elvis' Second Film and My Personal Favorite
LOVING YOU was Elvis Presley's second film that displayed him at the zenith of his hip-swiveling,nostril-flaring appeal in addition to introducing some of his best songs( including "Teddy Bear"). Elvis plays Deke Rivers, a young delivery boy who is discovered by a publicist (Lizabeth Scott)who decides to make Deke a star. The paper-thin plot is basically a showcase for Elvis to show what all the fuss was about...Elvis really hadn't learned anything about acting at this point, but no one really cared. Scott adds a touch of class to the proceedings as Glenda the publicist and Wendell Corey has one of his better roles as Glenda's beau, who resents the attention Glenda is showering on Deke. Pretty Dolores Hart also has one of her earliest roles as a back up singer in Deke's band who he falls for, much to Glenda's outrage. A must for Elvis fans and fans of classic cinema who can revel in the presence of Lizabeth Scott and Wendell Corey, who make the most of the sparse material they are provided.

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