A warm, moving and sensitive tribute and a comprehensive and detailed biography of Elvis' life. Utilizing rare footage and photos from the 42 years of his life, the film follows the Presley... See full summary »

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Lee Hanover ...
Himself
Martin Lockman ...
Himself
Sam Phillips ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Himself (archive footage)
Gladys Presley ...
Herself (archive footage)
Vernon Presley ...
Himself (archive footage)
Donald Pruden Jr. ...
Himself
Warren Schaefer ...
Himself - Narrator
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Himself (archive footage)
Joseph V. Varsalona ...
Himself (as Joe Varsalona)
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A warm, moving and sensitive tribute and a comprehensive and detailed biography of Elvis' life. Utilizing rare footage and photos from the 42 years of his life, the film follows the Presley story from his birth in Tupelo through his rise to superstardom to his tragic and untimely death. Featured are interviews with musicians and music historians. Written by Anonymous

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12 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Elvis Presley: From the Beginning... to the End  »

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About 5 minutes into the documentary they show the word "Tupelo". Then from that they fade into a close up of a still picture of a child which is supposed to be a picture of a very young Elvis. But it isn't Elvis. It's Dion Anthony Fay, the adopted child of actress Barbara Stanwyck. The second picture they show after that one is indeed Elvis. See more »


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Love Me Tender
Written by Vera Matson, Ken Darby, Elvis Presley (uncredited)
Performed by Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra (uncredited)
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