The 1963 teen movie parodies the real-life drafting of Elvis into the United States Army.
It's cute, bubbly, adorable, and a technicolor dream come true.
But the main reason for watching it is because of its delightfully adorable star, Ann Margret.
The Swedish-born beauty is as sweet and innocent as American apple pie in this musical.
And it established the 20-year-old as a legimate fashion icon.
Ann Margret was the Britney Spears of the 1960s, starting out as an all-American girl-next-door to quickly transforming into a mischevious sex kitten.
Girls wanted to be her. Guys wanted to bang her.
In the early 1960s, she had a steamy affair with Elvis, that rocked headlines all over the world. Despite having a nasty break-up, the two remains close friends until his death, which made his wife absolutely livid.
In 1967, she married the love of her life, an actor named Roger. The two are still married today.
In 1972, while performing at Lake Tahoe, she fell 22 feet from an elevated platform onto the stage and nearly broke every single bone in her face. She had reconstructive facial surgery and spent months recovering.
In the 1980s, she used to drive around Beverly Hills in a pink Cadillac, like a bad-ass.
She has always been a huge motorcycle fan, a passion that started in the 1960s. She still rides her Harley today.
In 2000, she was thrown off her motorcycle while throwing caution to the wind in rural Minnesota. She suffered three broken ribs and a fractured shoulder. She's fine now.
Her latest work, an episode of Law & Order: SVU in 2010 earned her an Emmy award, which drew a standing ovation at the ceremony. Not bad, eh?
What do you think of Ann Margret? Do you like her 1960s style?