The name of the hotel is "Flaming Star," which is also the name of Elvis Presley's 6th movie. See more »
The beginning of the film says it is a fable about Elvis Presley. A fable is sometimes, but not necessarily, a story that features animals or inanimate objects that behave like humans. See more »
Maybe I oughtta go back to the old way of doing things. Really rock 'em again!
Hell, you can't afford to take a chance like that, E. What about your image?
Can't afford it? Man, when I was broke I could afford to do anything I wanted!
[Bitterly, to himself]
Now I'm a millionaire. Can't afford to do a damned thing.
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Disclaimer at the end of the movie that "This was a work of fiction and not a depiction of events that occurred during Elvis Presley's lifetime. " See more »
This is one of my favorite "sweet" movies of all time. Enough conflict and tension to make you wonder what's going to happen and that fun "what if . . ." factor that ties the whole thing together, especially with Elvis being such an important pop culture icon. Keith has done Elvis before I believe, and turns in a great job again, realistically I think enjoying his respite from the demands of public life, and then heading back. Everyone seems to be having fun in this "fairy tale," and I wonder if Elvis ever really got a chance to kick back like this. I'm a "baby" Elvis fan and especially love the oddball stuff connected with him, and this movie fits the bill perfectly. It's just a nice little flick to cuddle up to, preferably with someone and enjoy.
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