Tickle Me


The original king of rock-n-roll Elvis Presley stars in this light comedy musical as a singing buck who finds employment at an all femme ranch & spa. After kissing the girls and making them cry, the stud-clad crooner is sent away, but soon comes back to rescue a pretty maiden from the hands of fortune-seeking baddies.
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The original king of rock-n-roll Elvis Presley stars in this light comedy musical as a singing buck who finds employment at an all femme ranch & spa. After kissing the girls and making them cry, the stud-clad crooner is sent away, but soon comes back to rescue a pretty maiden from the hands of fortune-seeking baddies.
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Special Features

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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
Only Elvis Presley diehards should bother with Tickle Me, one of many disposable films that were inflicted upon "the King." The only things that really "distinguish" Tickle are its dude ranch/spa and ghost town settings and the "haunted house" type of comedy that the latter inspires. Actually, "inspires" is definitely not the right word, for the comical shenanigans that take place are tired and at times down right annoying. Otherwise, Tickle has the usual plethora of eye candy girls and drop-in-at-random songs. It should be noted, however, that Jocelyn Lane, as the primary love interest, is arguably the most stunning of all the beautiful ladies that Elvis romanced on film, although her acting is at best passable. And it doesn't hurt that the gorgeous Julie Adams is also on hand as the "older" woman. The choice of songs often makes a huge difference in whether an Elvis flick clicks or not, and Tickle could have done better in this regard. None of them are bad, but there aren't any that really set the screen on fire either. Production values are minimal, and occasionally downright shoddy. Still, Elvis goes through it all with his usual charm, and those who desire nothing more will find Tickle an acceptable way to pass a little time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/7/2007
  • UPC: 085391148210
  • Original Release: 1965
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Remastered / Wide Screen / Restored
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 10,370

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elvis Presley Lonnie Beale
Julie Adams Vera Radford
Jocelyn Lane Pam Merritt
Jack Mullaney Stanley Potter
Merry Anders Estelle Penfield
Bill Williams Deputy Sturdivant
Edward Faulkner Brad Bentley
Connie Gilchrist Hilda
Barbara Werle Barbara
John Dennis Adolph the Chef
Grady Sutton Mr. Dabney
Allison Hayes Mabel
Inez Pedroza Ophelia
Lilyan Chauvin Ronnie
Angela Greene Donna
Louie Elias Jerry the Groom
Robert Hoy Henry the Gardener
Dorothy Konrad Mrs. Dabney
Eve Bruce Pat
Francine York Mildred
Laurie Burton Janet
Jean Ingram Evelyn
Ann Morell Sybil
Linda Rogers Clair Kinnamon
Jackie Russell Gloria
Peggy Ward Dot
Technical Credits
Norman Taurog Director
Edward Bernds Screenwriter
Loyal Griggs Cinematographer
Arthur Krams Set Decoration/Design
Arthur Lonergan Art Director
Archie Marshek Editor
Hal Pereira Art Director
Leah Rhodes Costumes/Costume Designer
Walter Scharf Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Ben Schwalb Producer
Elwood Ullman Screenwriter
Frank Westmore Makeup
David Winters Choreography
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tickle Me
1. Long Lonely Highway Credits [2:50]
2. It Feels So Right [3:50]
3. Right Man For the Job [4:06]
4. Strictly Business [3:29]
5. Handling the Hungry [2:46]
6. (Such an) Easy Question [2:09]
7. Dirty Dirty Feeling [2:46]
8. Eyes on the Target [3:32]
9. Management Approval [2:04]
10. Pam's Visitor [3:13]
11. Brawler Brad [2:57]
12. Silverado Search [2:24]
13. Panhandle Kid [2:48]
14. Put the Blame on Me [2:12]
15. Dabney's at Dinner [5:11]
16. I'm Yours [1:51]
17. Kidnap Plot [2:59]
18. Where the Muny Is [2:05]
19. Night River [2:21]
20. I Feel That I've Known You Forever [3:49]
21. Off His Game Out of Touch [4:05]
22. Pursuing Pam [4:54]
23. Staying at the Palace [4:30]
24. Ghostly Goings-On [3:26]
25. Spooking Stan [3:30]
26. Besting the Baddies [3:52]
27. Jackpot [3:48]
28. Slowly but Surely [2:28]
29. Cast List [:34]
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Disc #1 -- Tickle Me
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      Spoken Languages: English
      Subtitles: English (For the Hearing Impaired)
      Subtitles: Off
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