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  (in credits order)

Bill Bixby ... Himself - Host
Gail Brewer-Giorgio ... Herself
Maria Columbus ... Herself
Luc Dionne ... Himself
Monte Nicholson ... Himself
Paul Weast ... Himself
Ed Hopkins ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joe Esposito ... Himself

Larry Geller ... Himself
Johnny Harra ... Himself
Wanda June Hill ... Herself

Larry J. Kolb ... Himself
Carol Sheehan ... Herself
Kelly Kay Wadsworth ... Herself
Jason Woolbright ... Himself

Directed by
Bill Raymond 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gail Brewer-Giorgio 

Produced by
Mel Bergman .... co-producer
Mel Bergman .... executive producer (as Melvin B. Bergman)
Stan Corwin .... co-executive producer
David Griffin .... producer
Joseph E. Miller .... producer
Monte Nicholson .... associate producer
William M. Speckin .... executive producer
Original Music by
Richard Glasser 
Cinematography by
Mitch Wilson 
Film Editing by
Mark Bement 
Jeff U'ren 
Art Direction by
Guy Petty 
Makeup Department
Kathleen M. Hagan .... makeup artist
Christina Raye .... makeup department head
Heidi Schenbrucher .... makeup artist
Production Management
Mel Bergman .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cindy Giannini .... assistant director
David Griffin .... director: pre-taped segments
Art Department
Tom Oxborrow .... painter: Elvis portraits
Sound Department
Jim Fox .... sound mixer
Mark Harman .... sound
Tony Kremer .... sound assistant
Visual Effects by
Dani Angeles .... technical assistant
Jim Yazzie .... technical assistant
Camera and Electrical Department
Barbara Brennan .... lighting director
Bob Cadigan .... video board operator
Ed Cushman .... videotape operator
Skip Eppley .... camera operator
Charles Geoffrion .... spotlight operator
Scott McClain .... camera operator
Mike Norris .... videotape operator
Steve Reynolds .... gaffer
Steve Reynolds .... grip
Craig Ritter .... lighting director
Gordie Saiger .... camera operator
Tom Vannozzi .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Jonathan Moser .... supervising editor
Music Department
Richard Glasser .... music supervisor
Terry Lawless .... music producer
Transportation Department
Mitchell Bergman .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
David Becker .... technical director
Mitchell Bergman .... production coordinator
Lisa Bernfeld .... public relations
Packy Brown .... technical coordinator
John Budkins .... publicist
Jack Combs .... production coordinator
Damon D'Amato .... teleprompter operator
Cindy Giannini .... script supervisor
Les Kamm .... technical director
Peter Ladefoged .... production consultant
Sheila Lowe .... production consultant
Eric Nelson .... creative consultant
Pete Peters .... publicist
Ron Peters .... stage manager
Waltz Shultz .... security officer
David Wasson .... production consultant
Johnna Yurcic .... stage manager
Brent Zacky .... assistant coordinator
Maria Columbus .... special thanks
Joyce Lapon .... special thanks

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A moment of honesty, 22 June 2009
Author: Marco Trevisiol from Melbourne, Australia

I can vaguely remember this when it was shown here in Australia back in the early 1990s. It was made when the 'Elvis isn't dead' phenomenon was probably at its peak.

As a young teenager I found all the various 'evidence' and conspiracy theories presented quite fascinating. Of course today it now all seems nonsense to me and it's hard to believe that it was taken so seriously (and presumably still is by some people) that a show got made about it.

Today, the only thing that stands out in the memory was towards the end someone ringing into the program and asking the host Bill Bixby whether he believed Elvis was still alive. He thought about it before admitting that no, he didn't believe Elvis was still alive.

I thought that it was quite an honest response from Bixby, who could've easily blabbed on about the situation not being clear; even if it made him look a bit foolish hosting a show that he thought was nonsense, I respected Bixby (who died not long after this) for saying what he believed.

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