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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