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Live a Little, Love a Little (23-Oct-1968)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writers: Michael A. Hoey; Dan Greenburg

From novel: Kiss My Firm But Pliant Lips by Dan Greenburg

Music Score by: Billy Strange

Producer: Douglas Laurence

Keywords: Musical, Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michele Carey
Actor
26-Feb-1943   Live a Little, Love a Little
Phyllis Davis
Actor
17-Jul-1940   Beatrice Travis on Vega$
Sterling Holloway
Actor
4-Jan-1905 22-Nov-1992 Voice of Winnie the Pooh
Don Porter
Actor
24-Sep-1912 11-Feb-1997 Prof. Lawrence on Gidget
Elvis Presley
Singer
8-Jan-1935 16-Aug-1977 Rock and roll icon
Dick Sargent
Actor
19-Apr-1930 8-Jul-1994 Darrin #2 on Bewitched
Joan Shawlee
Actor
5-Mar-1926 22-Mar-1987 The Adventures of Aggie
Rudy Vallee
Actor
28-Jul-1901 3-Jul-1986 Singer, actor, bandleader

CAST

Elvis Presley   ...   Greg
Co-Starring
Michele Carey   ...   Bernice
Rudy Vallee   ...   Penlow
Don Porter   ...   Mike Lansdown
Dick Sargent   ...   Harry
Sterling Holloway   ...   Milkman
Featuring
Celeste Yarnall   ...   Ellen
Eddie Hodges   ...   Delivery Boy
Joan Shawlee   ...   Robbie's Mother
Mary Grover   ...   Miss Selfridge
Emily Banks   ...   RKC&P Receptionist
Michael Keller   ...   Art Director
Merri Ashley   ...   1st Secretary
Phyllis Davis   ...   2nd Secretary
Ursula Menzel   ...   Perfume Model
Susan Shute   ...   Model #1
Edie Baskin   ...   Model #2
Gabrielle   ...   Model #3
Ginny Kaneen   ...   Model #4
Susan Henning   ...   Mermaid
Morgan Windbeil   ...   1st Motorcycle Cop
Benjie Bancroft   ...   2nd Motorcycle Cop

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