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Elvis by the Presleys (2005)

Priscilla Presley, her daughter, their family and their friends opened their hearts in the backdrop of Graceland's memories with much modesty and emotion. Rare documents, confessions, ... See full summary »

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Priscilla Presley, her daughter, their family and their friends opened their hearts in the backdrop of Graceland's memories with much modesty and emotion. Rare documents, confessions, excerpts from concerts and movies, archive footage, the tour of the planet Presley in more than four hours. Written by Dficher

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The Ultimate Family Biography

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First documentary about life of Elvis Presley which is produced by his estate. See more »

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Features Elvis (1968) See more »

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Bossa Nova Baby
Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
Performed by Elvis Presley
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Elvis has definitely NOT left the building
13 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

28 years, well almost, he has been gone. This special delivered a great in site to a man many under 35 only know in song and those B-Movie re-runs on mid day and late night TV. A good documentary on this famous man with many glimpses into his personal life that a lot of people probably never knew. It was a worth while effort on the part of his family to make this movie and is well worth a look see by those who missed it when it shows again on TV.

It was put together with a lot of style, integrating some of the themes of his songs with pictures and home/new video clips of his life. Also a good sprinkling of never before seen (or heard) moments of both Elvis and Percilla's personal family life and the professional life of the "King of Rock and Roll".


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