in Change of Habit (1969) they do not share any scenes together.I've never seen this, but I had no idea Asner was in it. Has anyone who has seen it confirm if he and Mary have scenes together?
the press release write up is a little too upbeat, this was a drama with a musical number over the titles, at the beginning, in the middle and at the end - just because it was Elvis.
it is an overlooked, underappreciated drama with Elvis' final acting role. He is natural, relaxed and full of charm. it tries hard to be socially conscious but isn't multi-layered enough. it highlights issues that are sadly still relevant today. it is dated, of course, none more so than in the "rage reduction" scene as a treatment for autism that was in use at the time.
The film is earnest and worth your time.