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Easy Come Easy Go

Easy Come Easy Go

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Easy Come Easy Go  Navy frogman, Ted Jackson (Elvis Presley), balances his time between twin careers as a deep sea diver and nightclub singer. During a dive, Ted spots sunken treasure and returns with hope to retrieve it.

Hot chicks, Cool treasure.

Easy come Easy Go was released in 1967, two years before Elvis’ last feature film, “Change Of Habit.” Elvis plays a frogman who is about to complete his time with the U.S. Navy. He stumbles onto a sunken treasure on his final dive. One big problem….. someone else has made the same discovery. This makes for a fairly compelling story line.

Of course there are plenty of pretty girls. The cast was wonderful. Dodie Marshall, the beautiful Pat Priest, and the wonderful Frank McHugh who played the (frightened of water) Captain Jack. The whole cast was great.

The photography was stunning. Hats off to William Margulies for his incredible Cinematography. The scenery and settings were wonderful. The underwater scenes were very well done. This was a tough shoot. The credit goes to underwater photographer Michael J. Dugan.

The drawback in this film was the Yoga scene. This has to be one worst scenes ever shot in film history. What was John Rich thinking? For that matter what was film editor Archie Marshek thinking. This was a no brainer. That scene should have been cut. I really believe that if it wasn’t for that one scene, This would be one of Elvis’ best. It was really that good. Well acted and Elvis looked like he really cared. If you can overlook the (Yoga) scene, this film is well worth watching.

This is what I call entertainment!
This is one of Elvis’ best films! It is very well cast, the plot was interesting, the acting was good, and the music was good. I especially like the song “The Love Machine”. The movie does drag a little at the beginning for first time viewers, but the second time through you don’t mind as much. This movie features a hilarious yoga scene which will leave everyone in stitches. And don’t miss the modern art work sprinkled throughout the film. One of the funniest characters in the movie is Sultan. Although he’s only in maybe 2 minutes of the movie, every line he says is funny. Don’t miss this movie. It is good clean fun that an entire family can enjoy.

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