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Micky Moore rose in the ranks of assistant directing and finally got the nod to assume the role of director in 1965. He had worked with Elvis Presley on a number of films and developed a rapport with the up-and-coming actor. He had also gained the confidence of producer Hal Wallis who asked Moore to direct the film "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" (1966). Moore worked on a total of six Presley films in a variety of roles.