In one of his most popular movies, Elvis Presley shared the screen with Ann-Margret in Las Vegas, easily creating the most electrifying teaming Elvis had on-screen. He's Lucky Jackson, a Grand Prix race driver working at a casino to raise cash for a new engine; she's a hotel swimming instructor. The romantic action revs up from their first meeting. Veteran director George Sidney, who guided Ann-Margret in the prior year's Bye Bye Birdie, combines the hormonal heat wave with fascinating sights of 1960s Las Vegas. Songs include the high-roller title track, the stars' duet on "The Lady Loves Me," her sultry "Appreciation" and the king's version of Ray Charles' "What'd I Say."
- Commentary by Steve Pond, rock journalist and author of "Elvis in Hollywood"
- Restored and Digitally-Remastered in a 16x9 master, enhanced for widescreen
- New featurette: Kingdom: Elvis in Vegas
- Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 from original production elements
- Theatrical trailer