Viva Las Vegas, one of Elvis Presley's most popular vehicles, adheres as rigidly to formula as a Kabuki dance. Elvis plays a race-car driver competing in the Las Vegas Grand Prix opposite his principal rival, Cesare Danova. To finance his entry, Elvis takes a job as a casino waiter. Naturally, he is occasionally prevailed upon to sing, making one wonder why he didn't choose this talent as a means of making some quick cash. As always, Elvis chases all the wrong girls, only to ignore the "right" one, portrayed by Ann-Margret in her considerable youthful prime (We're supposed to believe that A-M is the daughter of irascible William Demarest. So much for the reliability of gene pools). With a pre-fat Presley, an indescribably gorgeous Ann-Margret, and no fewer than 12 songs on the soundtrack, how could Viva Las Vegas help but reap a fortune at the box office?~Hal Erickson
Commentary by Steve Pond, author of Elvis in Hollywood
New featurette: Kingdom: Elvis in Vegas
Digitally remastered for imporved picture quality
Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 as well as original Mono
Subtitles: Français (main feature. bonus material/trailer may not be subtitled)
If your a rock and roll and actually an Elvis Presley fan you will love this movie, Viva Las Vegas!! One of my favorite Elvis Presley movies of all time, actually my number one and favorite Elvis movies. And if you like Las Vegas this is the movie to watch lots of singing and dancing and beautiful girls, Viva Las Vegas! Big fan of Ann-Margret, beautiful beautiful woman, known as the female Elvis. I enjoyed all the Elvis songs, especially Viva Las Vegas one of my favorites. Don't wait! Buy It Now!