G | | Comedy, Musical
Chautauqua manager Walter Hale and his loyal business manager struggle to keep their traveling troupe together in small town America.
Most people no longer remember that throughout the late 1950s and into the mid-1960s, Elvis Pesley was consistently ranked among the movie's Top Ten Box Office draws. But by the time this was made (1969) as both a film and recording star, Presley's career was decidedly on the descendant, and he was about to go into semi-retirement.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, a legend in his own time. To talk to you on immorality, the immortal Mr. Morality.
Outside the tent where Mr. Drewcolt is reciting Shakespeare, Walter is conversing with Charlene. In one shot, Walter has a cigar in his mouth with his arms down and in the next shot during continuous dialog and action, his mouth is empty. There was no time for him to reach up and remove the cigar.