Kid Galahad [DVD] (1962) DVD|
Fine remake of the boxing classic stars Elvis Presley as a garage mechanic-turned-prize fighter who runs afoul of gangster Charles Bronson. Between bouts, Elvis manages to sing a song or two, including "King of the Whole Wide World" and "I Got Lucky." With Lola Albright, Gig Young. 100 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French.
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Kid Galahad - CastElvis Presley ... Walter Gulick
Gig Young ... Willy Grogan
Lola Albright ... Dolly Fletcher
Joan Blackman ... Rose Grogan
Charles Bronson ... Lew Nyack
David Lewis ... Otto Danzig
Robert Emhardt ... Maynard
Liam Redmond ... Father Higgins
Judson Pratt ... Howie Zimmerman
Ned Glass ... Max Lieberman
George Mitchell ... Harry Sperling
Roy Roberts ... Jerry Bathgate
Michael Dante ... Joie Shakes
Richard Devon ... Marvin
Jeff Morris ... Ralphie
Phil Karlson... Film Director
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Kid Galahad [DVD] (1962) DVD
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