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Gladys Presley (1912–1958)

Gladys Presley was born on April 25, 1912 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi, USA as Gladys Smith. She was an actress, known for Loving You (1957). She was married to Vernon Presley. She died on August 14, 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Loving You
Loving You Audience Member at Grand Theater
1957

Filmography

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 1957 Loving You
Audience Member at Grand Theater (uncredited)
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 2012 Elvis Found Alive
Herself
 2008 Elvis: Return to Tupelo (Video documentary)
Herself
 2005 Elvis by the Presleys (TV Movie documentary)
Herself (uncredited)
 2004 Elvis Presley: From the Beginning to the End (Video documentary)
Herself
 2004 Popular Music
Herself (uncredited)
 2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Army Years (Video documentary)
Herself
 2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Memphis Years (Video documentary short)
Herself
 2002 Elvis Presley: His Early Performances (Video documentary)
Herself
 2000 He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley (Video documentary)
Herself
 1993 Arena (TV Series documentary)
Herself
 1987 Presley (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Herself
- Cut Me and I Bleed (1987) ... Herself
 1981 This Is Elvis
Herself (uncredited)
 1977 The Story of Elvis Presley (Documentary)
Herself
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She and Elvis survived the tornado that struck Tupelo on April 5, 1936. That storm did not destroy their home because their house was not in the storm's path. Vernon was out of town due to his search for work at the time. See more »

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