The life and career of Elvis Presley are chronicled in home movies, concert footage, and dramatizations. Subjects include early performances, army service, Ed Sullivan Show appearance, marriage, 1968 comeback, health decline and death.
Paul Boensch III
John Carpenter: Near the beginning of the film, when Elvis's entourage is walking through the casino, the camera pans across to the right to a long-haired man with a mustache smoking and standing behind someone at the blackjack table. See more »
The movie depicts Elvis and Priscilla already estranged (and possibly separated) by the time he returned to live performances in July 1969. Although they might have started to grow apart by then, they in fact would not separate until 3 years later. Several photographs dated 1969-1970 do exist showing Elvis and Priscilla in Vegas. See more »
European theatrical cut ran for 120 minutes. See more »
The one & only king of impersonation of Elvises!!!
This is a great movie, too bad it's not on VHS or DVD. Russell does the best impersonation of Elvis Presley I ever saw & I saw them all. :) This movie doesn't go into the last years of his life, but we don't really want to remember Elvis all bloated, we want to remember him like this movie portrayed him as.
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