My husband is a big Elvis fan, so he has quite a collection of his movies. One of them is Viva Las Vegas, starring, of course, Elvis Presley, along with Ann-Margret, Cesare Danova, William Demarest and Nicky Blair.
Viva Las Vegas is a lighthearted movie about a race car driver (Elvis) who has his heart set on winning the Las Vegas Grand Prix. His girl is played by Ann-Margret, who is a swim instructor and who feels that she has to compete with Elvis' other love, his car.
Naturally, Elvis does his share of singing in this movie, such as "C'mon Everybody", "The Lady Loves Me", "What'd I Say", and "Viva Las Vegas".
Some of the special features include a standard and widescreen version of the movie, English and French Language Tracks, Scene Selections, and Theatrical Trailer.
The movie is one hour and 26 minutes long, in color and made back in 1963. The chemistry between Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret helps to make this an enjoyable escapade with a lot of fun to be had by all.