Tickle Me was a film
that literally saved the company from bankruptcy (or at least postponed it
for a year). Somebody at Allied Artists must have been thinking, "Now what
kind of film can we make real cheaply, but have a guaranteed audience?" They
took one look at Kissin' Cousins, and went, "Ch-ching!!", and lo,
Tickle Me was born.
Besides her appearance
with Elvis, Jocelyn only made a handful of films and TV appearances. In
Paul Lichter's book, "Elvis In Hollywood", he notes her resemblance to
Brigitte Bardot, and dubs her "the prettiest co-star Elvis ever had."
There's no argument that she was quite a beauty! Enough so that Playboy
featured her in their September 1966 issue.
Other appearances in the
'60's included a notable guest role on "The Wild Wild West", as
Dominique in the episode "Night Of The Watery Death". She also turned up
on "Hawaii Five-O", "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", and "It Takes A Thief".