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Elvis in the movie Easy Come, Easy Go

Elvis Movie "Easy Come, Easy Go" (1967)

"Easy Come, Easy Go" is a story about a former navy frogman, Ted Jackson (played by Elvis), who gets to dive for a buried treasure.  He is helped by a yoga student and dancer, Jo Symington (Dodie Marshall).  Elvis also sings in a small club, owned by Judd Whitman (Pat Harrington).  "Easy Come, Easy Go" is considered a low point within Elvis movies.

Songs found in this movie are the title tune "Easy Come Easy Go", "The Love Machine", Yoga is as Yoga Does", "You Gotta Stop", "Sing you Children", "I'll Take Love", and "Leave My Woman Alone".

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Reviewed by:  Anonymous   -   Rated: 5
The actors were great, but the movie was a little boring.

Reviewed by:  Amarantha   -   Rated: 10
I loved this movie, and Elvis was so good to watch. Some parts of this film I didn't like, but is wasn't Elvis's fault; he didn't pick the move, so I give it a rating 10.

Reviewed by:  Melody from Virginia   -   Rated: 3
If I had to pick the worst Elvis movie, this would have to be it due to the very poor storyline, and soundtrack! Especially the song, Yoga is as Yoga Does! That part of the movie is just plain awful. the only thing good about this movie at all was Elvis was in it to look at.

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