CIP School in the Phils.

Elvis Presley’s ”The Trouble with Girls” (1969)

on July 7, 2013

E&G Language Center, Davao Philippines.


He looks the best he’s ever looked circa the ’68 Comeback Special… This is ’69 & he’s about to head off to Vegas. From ’68 to ’72 Presley looked the best of his career except the time he came out of the army (very thin, hair combed so perfectly).This film went through many transformations before it hit the screen. It’s intriguing at best. Unfortunately, it was not a hit. However, for me, he sings ‘Almost’ which is a lost movie song, so very lovely!

This script is an original draft of the classic 1969 Elvis film, “The Trouble With Girls.” The cover of the script bears the official Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer script department header, the working title “CHAUTAUQUA,” producer/writer credits, and the script date of August 28, 1968 has been crossed out with a black felt tip marker. The back of the front cover has the production date “Oct. 28, 68′” handwritten in black ink at the top left hand corner. “The Trouble With Girls” was adapted from the 1960 novel, “Chautauqua” by Day Keene and Dwight Vincent Babcock. The producers of the film changed the title prior to release stemming from concerns that film audiences would not understand the title or be able to pronounce it. The film co-starred Elvis Presley and Marlyn Mason, and also featured performances by screen legends John Carradine and Vincent Price. The script is in good condition with some minor fading and discoloration due to age and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity. Presented by The Golden Closet, your premier source for iconic screen used wardrobe, props, and music entertainment memorabilia. – See more at:

CHAUTAUQUA/THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS - original production script



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