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The Definitive Elvis: 25th Anniversary (2003)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  31 March 2003 (Australia)
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25yrs after his death in 1977, more than 200 friends and acquaintances of The King are interviewed in new footage recorded in 2001-2002. A maginificent exploration of Elvis' life spread ... See full summary »

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Himself (archive footage)
Joe Esposito ...
Himself - Executive Consultant
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Himself - Writer: 1968 'Comeback' Special
Joe Guercio ...
Himself - Conductor: Elvis' TCB Band from Las Vegas Years Onwards
Ronnie Tutt ...
Himself - Drummer: Elvis' TCB Band
Jerry Scheff ...
Himself - Bass Guitarist: Elvis' TCB Band
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Himself - Keyboards: The Doors
Susan Henning ...
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Christopher Riordan ...
Himself (archive footage)
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25yrs after his death in 1977, more than 200 friends and acquaintances of The King are interviewed in new footage recorded in 2001-2002. A maginificent exploration of Elvis' life spread over 16x approx 50mins eps, with few pulled punches, including some hard-to-take revelations about his infamous womanizing. Written by Lizziebeth-1

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elvis | elvis presley

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31 March 2003 (Australia)  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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(16 episodes)
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Interesting Images, Powerful Narrative
10 November 2003 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

As someone who's watched his fair share of musician biographies, this one stands out, especially in regard to Presley's career and life. The images used were great, and the writing behind them was strong, clear and kept me watching.


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