Directed by Michael D. Moore
Rick Richards returns to his home in Hawaii after being fired from his job as an airline pilot. He and his buddy Danny Kohana go into the helicopter charter business together. But Rick's reckless flying and his careless negotiations with local women may cost Rick the business and Danny his home.
Disaster looms as Danny becomes overdue on a flight after Rick has been grounded by government officials. Rick must decide if he should risk losing his license forever by going to look for his friend.
Paradise, Hawaiian Style
Scratch My Back (Then I'll Scratch Yours)
Stop Where You Are
This Is My Heaven
House of Sand
Queen Wahine's Papaya
Drums of the Islands
A Dog's Life
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
Paradise, Hawaiian Style is a 1966 musical comedy film starring Elvis Presley. It was the third and final motion picture that Presley filmed in Hawaii. The film reached #40 on the Variety weekly box office chart, earning $2.5 million in theaters.