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The story of Priscillia's life with rock and roll star Elvis Presley.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley
Linda Miller ...
Ann Beaulieu
Captain Joseph Paul Beaulieu
Vernon Presley (as Billy Greenbush)
Grandma Minnie Mae Presley
Rick Colton
Colonel Tom Parker
Mark Thomas Miller ...
Jerry Schilling
Kristin Holstrom ...
Michelle Beaulieu, age 5
Don Beaulieu, age 10 (as Elden Ratliff)
Erick Ratliff ...
Don Beaulieu, age 13
Maria Claire ...
Pam Rutherford
Sarah Martineck ...
Lisa Marie Presley, age 4


The story of Priscillia's life with rock and roll star Elvis Presley.

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Release Date:

7 February 1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Elvis i ja  »


Box Office


$8,000,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


All songs performed by Ronnie McDowell See more »


During the filming, Elvis and Priscilla go to Las Vegas. On an outside shot, in background they show The Landmark Hotel. This is not possible since the hotel was not built until 1969. See more »


Elvis Presley: [watching TV] Robert Goulet... I hate that son of a bitch.
[fires revolver into TV screen]
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Referenced in Stephen King's 'Pet Sematary': The Characters (2006) See more »

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The story of love, romance and a broken heart. Life with the 'King'.
15 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

This made for TV saga is more exploitation and fabrication than entertaining insight. Based very loosely on the book of the same name written by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley and Sandra Harmon, we see the beginnings and culmination of a romance between a very young girl and a potent, famed entertainer. Elvis Presley was no ordinary man; thus causing any retelling of his life and legend to be of some degree of interest and importance. This movie does very little to make Elvis look very good. Of course you are to blame this on coming from a vengeful scorned woman, the ex Mrs. Presley.

The book of course is quite self serving to Priscilla and still is a very interesting read. It is a shame this movie is nothing like the book. If anything it demeans Elvis and plants the wrong impression of his marriage. I find it very doubtful that no matter how miserable the relationship got; that Priscilla would actually want her daughter and the world to believe Elvis to be a rapist and violent wife abuser.

I have read the book twice and watched this movie almost three times. For someone wanting to enrich their thoughts of a dark and evil Elvis, this is more of your fodder. Information from an enlightening memoir becomes what tabloids are made of. By all means don't think that I don't want you to see this movie; watch but remember this script is not written in stone.

Susan Walters plays Priscilla very well. She is lovely to look at and is very likable, but after awhile you can take just so much of the helpless act. Billy Green Bush has played Vernon Presley before(ELVIS)TV mini-series(90). Dale Midkiff does no Elvis make. It is hard to like anyone as the 'King' after having Kurt Russell and Michael St. Gerard so aptly in that role. Midkiff has done good work in his career, but just does not have the stuff to be even a disgruntled Elvis. Other cast members of note are: Cynthia Harrison, Kimberly McArthur and Jon Cypher.

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