In his highest grossing movie, Elvis shares the screen with Ann-Margret, easily creating the most electrifying teaming Elvis had on screen. He plays Lucky Jackson, a Grand Prix race driver working at a casino to raise cash for a new engine; she’s a hotel swimming instructor - and the romantic action revs up from their first meeting. George Sidney, who also directed Ann-Margret in Bye Bye Birdie, combines the hormonal heat wave with fascinating sights of ’60s Las Vegas. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 stereo.
- Commentary by Steve Pond, rock journalist and author of "Elvis in Hollywood"
- Featurette Kingdom: Elvis in Vegas
- Theatrical trailer