ELVIS IN CONCERT 1977
Oct-3-77. U.S. CBS TV special. Last TV appearance of the King. Elvis died very shortly after filming. Elvis takes the stage and delivers a fantastic performance of all his hits. Behind–the-scenes look at Elvis' touring operation. Elvis fans are interviewed before show time.
At the end of the show Vernon Presley addresses the TV audience to say "Thank You" for all the condolences on Elvis' passing. "See See Rider," "That's All Right," "Are You Lonesome Tonight?," "Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel," "You Gave Me A Mountain," "Jailhouse Rock," "How Great Thou Art," "Early Mornin' Rain," "I Really Don't Want To Know," "Hurt, Hound Dog," "My Way," "Can't Help Falling In Love."
Plus these bonus selections...
ELVIS: ALL 6 "STAGE SHOW" PERFORMANCES 1956
U.S. TV. First TV appearance of the King. Real rockabilly on 1950s TV! During the course of these six shows, The Hillbilly Cat transforms into the King of Rock and Roll. "Shake, Rattle and Roll/Flip, Flop and Fly," "Baby, Let's Play House," "Tutti Frutti," "Blue Suede Shoes," "Heartbreak Hotel," "I Was The One," and "Money Honey." Classic 1950s TV show.
ELVIS' LAST NIGHT 1987
U.S. TV special. Examines Elvis' career and, specifically, his final hours. Interviews include Red West, David Stanley, Ginger Alden, Linda Thompson, Sam Phillips, Joe Esposito, D.J. Fontana. Plus: CNN 10th anniversary coverage.
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