Elvis is Charlie Rogers, a leather-jacketed biker who's fired from a singing engagement after getting into a fight with a group of college t...更多>
Charlie Rogers: I never thought I'd be running off with the circus. Maggie: Let's get one thing straight. This is not a circus. This is a carnival. There's a big difference. Charlie Rogers: I guess you're right. I guess a circus has elephants. [as Charlie steps outside the Tea House, three college students follow him - Charlie starts to get on his motorcycle] College boy in gray sweater: Is that your sickle? Charlie Rogers: You ought to stop reading those hot rod magazines, buddy. Sickle is out, it's either a bike or a motorcycle. College boy in suit and tie: Made in Japan, huh? Charlie Rogers: That's right, made in Japan. College boy in suit and tie: No, no! That's karate! Charlie Rogers: That goes with the sickle! Come on! Billy the midget: Hey, you! Charlie Rogers: Yeah? [Charlie looks around but to no avail] Billy the midget: Down here, stupid. Charlie Rogers: Hey look, kid. You better wait till you grow up before you start picking fights with grown-ups. Billy the midget: What do you mean, kid? I'm 38. Charlie Rogers: [chuckles] Congratulations. Billy the midget: Are you Charlie Rogers? Charlie Rogers: Yep. Billy the midget: Well, Joe's been looking for you. Come on.