Elvis Presley has now been out for making movies for many years, now he makes a comeback in 1968.

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Elvis Presley has now been out for making movies for many years, now he makes a comeback in 1968.

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In the summer of 1969 when NBC reran the special, "Tiger Man" was added to replace "Blue Christmas". See more »

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Elvis Presley: [joking while reading a script] It says here "Elvis, we're to film you from the waist up. You are not to touch hands with body... uh, I mean body with hands."
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Jailhouse Rock
Written by Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller
Sung and Performed by Elvis Presley
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68 comeback deluxe
25 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Recently purchased the deluxe box set of Elvis' 68 Comeback Special and must say there are not enough superlatives to describe it's magnificence as a quality piece of Elvis history, and contemporary music history. Elvis, simply put is Elvis at his best, loose, playful, sizzling, simmering and engaging. That's not to mention the stellar performance. His voice is strong, his moves magic and he has never played the guitar so passionately and vigorously. The performance engages from the opening lines of "If you're looking for trouble, you've come to the right place," through the playful musical nuances and partying of Good Lawdy Miss Clawdy, to the memorable closing performance of "If I Can Dream." This is musical entertainment at it's best. Some of the production numbers are less entertaining than the concert performances, but demonstrate an important part of Elvis' legacy. He is having a great time. Watching it, nearly 40 years later, you will too. Just when the world thought Elvis has left the stage, once again he demonstrates why he is still rock n roll's King. No one can hold a candle to this.


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