Danny Fisher’s fake name did not fool Alec, who answered Elvis Trivialities #15 correctly before anyone else. Alec came just a minute short of tying Steve’s record time, which has stood for nearly two years.
And the answer is…
“George” is the name that Elvis Presley’s character first introduces himself as to Nellie (Dolores Hart) in the movie King Creole.
Though Danny meets her earlier in the film, he does not introduce himself to Nellie until he has her right outside of Room 205. Rather than give his real name, he tells her it is George. Within moments, however, he feels so guilty for propositioning her that he reveals his true identity. For a detailed breakdown of this scene, I refer you to the always fantastic work of Sheila O’Malley at the Sheila Variations blog.
First-time winner Alec not only gets a big batch of Southern Creole Bragging Rights, but also a spot in The Mystery Train’s Hobo Jungle. An honorable mention also goes out to Gary Wells (AKA Wellsy) for giving the correct answer while Alec’s earlier comment was invisible due to being held for moderation.
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The Hobo Jungle
- June 14, 2013: Alec (0:18) | Honorable Mention: Wellsy (3:01)
- February 22, 2013: Thomas (13:36)
- January 11, 2013: George Millar (4:19)
- December 23, 2012: Thomas (0:36)
- October 9, 2012: David (14:38) | Honorable Mention: John (22:06)
- February 4, 2012: Thomas (13:52)
- February 3, 2012: Thomas (2:18)
- December 21, 2011: Wellsy (2:37)
- October 31, 2011: Thomas (17:32)
- October 1, 2011: Jimmy Cool (1:01)
- September 9, 2011: Steve Brogdon (0:17) <— Record time
- August 6, 2011: Thomas (2:26)
- July 9, 2011: Thomas (5:26)
- June 23, 2011: Fred Wolfe (0:18)
- June 22, 2011: Troy stumps the train (no winner)
My grandmother worked in the ticket booth of Richmond’s Westhampton Theater for decades. I dedicate this series of movie posts to my grandmother, who would have turned 103 this month. I often remember her when I watch movies.