After losing his job singing in a beer bar for karate-chopping a couple of rude customers, Charlie Rogers (Presley) hits the highway but is run off the road by an employee of a small-town carnival. The kindly owner (Stanwyck) gives him a job as a Roustabout until his bike can be repaired. Her business is deep in financial trouble, but when Charlie starts entertaining the folks with songs like
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 picture is dated and nothing impressive, visually. While colors are vibrant and balanced with deep blacks, images are wanting in sharpness and detail. Occasional edge enhancement, fine film grain and artifacts are noticed, and the picture appears somewhat
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