Live a Little, Love a Little

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Re: Live a Little, Love a Little

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In answer to Tony Trouts question about the dog.
No, I've read Priscilla setting it straight.
The dog was a professionally trained one hired for the movie.

Mr. Even B

Sorry about that.
I just saw Monique's answer to the question...
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musiclover1979 wrote:In answer to Tony Trouts question about the dog.
No, I've read Priscilla setting it straight.
The dog was a professionally trained one hired for the movie.

Mr. Even B
And it was after this movie that Lisa Marie was given a pair of Great Danes for her birthday from Col. Parker.


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musiclover1979 wrote:You guys are right that love's ways are strange. It can make a man go kinda crazy.
On the other hand he sings "I'm almost in love, tonight" later on in the movie.
So, he may not be totally captured by her intoxicating love (to put it that way).

Can a man get so insensible just because he loves her? Maybe so.

Mr. Even B.

I believe so!!!! Maybe someone else more qualified could answer this question. I am of the female persuasion and a lady. :wink:


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musiclover1979 wrote:In answer to Tony Trouts question about the dog.
No, I've read Priscilla setting it straight.
The dog was a professionally trained one hired for the movie.

Mr. Even B

Sorry about that.
I just saw Monique's answer to the question...
Never mind. I'm glad someone agrees with me on this. :lol:


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This is one of those movies that if you go back and actually watch it again you'll see it for the horrific piece of crap that it really is. I can only imagine Elvis must've almost wanted to cry when he read the script. If he was even still reading them by then. It's one of the most non-sensical films of his career.