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This documentary, authorized by the Elvis Presley estate, examines the films made by Elvis before he entered the army in 1958. Shown are home movies, clips from the films he made during that time and interviews with friends, colleagues and co-workers. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Features King Creole (1958) See more »

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Jailhouse Rock
Written by Mike Stoller, Jerry Leiber
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ELVIS: Bigger than life and meant for Hollywood.
8 July 2007 | by (Muskogee OK) – See all my reviews

A very well done documentary, officially authorized by the Elvis Presley estate. Info and tidbits focusing on the films "Love Me Tender", "Loving You", "Jailhouse Rock" and "King Creole"...all made prior to Elvis' stint in the Army. Included are clips from those movies, Elvis' screen test, movie outtakes, TV appearances and previously unseen(at the time) home movies. A few Elvis songs are featured like: "Anyplace Is Paradise", "Love Me Tender", "Loving You", "Mean Woman Blues", "Jailhouse Rock", "Baby, I Don't Care", "Young and Beautiful", "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Crawfish". Some comments from: Scotty Moore, Elvis' original guitarist; good friend George Klein; girlfriend June Jaunico; writer/directer Hal Kanter; writer Allan Weiss and co-star Jan Shephard. Top notch editing and great blending of B&W and color footage. "Elvis in Hollywood" is one of the better Elvis documentaries I've seen.


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