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Elvis Presley's "Girl Happy"...When?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Carlos Garcia, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. Carlos Garcia

    Carlos Garcia Well-Known Member

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    I know that a slew of Elvis movies and specials have been recently released, or are scheduled to be released within the next few weeks. However, arguably one of his best "beach movies" from the 60s "Girl Happy" has yet to make it to DVD or even be announced as a potential release candidate. Has anyone heard any news recently as to when we might be getting this movie on DVD?
     
  2. Bob Furmanek

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    There are rights problems with several songs in GIRL HAPPY and KISSIN' COUSINS. I think the last video release on these titles had cut the songs from the film, so they're probably trying to clear the music before scheduling a DVD release.

    Bob
     
  3. DaveyM

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    I'm still waiting for a Dvd release of "Tickle Me".
    I think it's one of Elvis Presley's more enjoyable later films.
     
  4. Joe Karlosi

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    GIRL HAPPY and TICKLE ME are two of my favorite Elvis films of this period, and I like the songs, too.
     
  5. Carlos Garcia

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    Well they finally worked out the rights problems with the Elvis Aloha From Hawaii special, so why can't they do the same with these movies?
     
  6. Bob Furmanek

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    The Estate owns Aloha from Hawaii, and was able to negotiate the license. KC and GH are owned by Warner Bros. now, and they may not have the same interest in clearing all the music.
     

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