Jailhouse Rock ★★★ 1957 (G)
While in jail for manslaughter, teenager Vince Everett (Presley) learns to play the guitar. After his release, he slowly develops into a top recording star. Probably the only film that captured the magnetic power of the young Elvis Presley; an absolute must for fans. Also available in a colorized version. ♫Jailhouse Rock; Treat Me Nice; Baby, I Don't Care; Young and Beautiful; Don't Leave Me Now; I Wanna Be Free; One More Day. 96m/B VHS, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, HD DVD . Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler, Vaughn Taylor, Dean Jones, Mickey Shaughnessy, William Forrest, Glenn Strange, Jennifer Holden, Anne Neyland; D: Richard Thorpe; W: Guy Trosper; C: Robert J. Bronner; M: Jeff Alexander. Natl. Film Reg. ‘04.
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