The former king of rock and roll had taken a mighty deep fall by the time of this release. Presley is woefully miscast as the manager of a traveling educational-theater group circa 1927. He's got a hankering for Mason, a member of the company who's trying to unionize the players. When
the company arrives in a small Iowa town, Mason picks local kid Jones (of TV's "Family Affair") to appear with the group. This upsets local politicos, who expected one of their own kids to appear with the company. Coleman, in one of his early roles, plays a sneering pharmacist who employs Jones's
mother, North. When he's found dead, Teague is blamed, but Presley discovers that North i...