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This is Elvis: Special Edition (1981): A documentary about the life and times of "The King", Elvis Presley. Highlights include Elvis' early performances, his stint in the army, his controversial hip-swivelin' appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show", his 1968 comeback concert and many more
That's the Way It Is: Special Edition (1970) Two time Oscar winner Denis Sanders directs this thrilling rockumentary that takes you along behind the scenes of Elvis Presley's record breaking 1970 concert tour.
Jailhouse Rock: Deluxe Edition (1957): Elvis stars as Vince Everett, a small-time convict introduced to the music business by his cellmate, a former country music singer who also teaches Vince the guitar. On his release Vince tastes success but will he forget the people who helped to get him there?
Viva Las Vegas: Deluxe Edition (1963): Lucky Jackson is a Vegas gambling, car racing, singing and dancing ladies man. But all does not go the way he plans when he finds himself distracted by the lovely pool manageress...
Charro! (1969): Elvis Presley stars as an outlaw with a conscience who tries to break free from the clutches of a notorious gang. His former partners-in-crime seek payback, as well as a cannon which everyone seems to want to get their hands on.
Girl Happy (1965): Rusty Wells (Elvis) and his band end up being forced to look after their gangster boss' daughter. At first she seems like a plain Jane, but soon reveals her true charms and Elvis and the boys have to come up with plenty of schemes to keep the local romeos away from her and keep the boss happy.
Kissin' Cousins (1964): When the U.S. government wants land owned by the hillbilly clan headed by Pappy Tatum (Arthur O'Connell), they send Air Force Lieutenant Josh Morgan (Presley), a cousin of the Tatum's, to try and secure the land for a proposed missile base. Josh comes face-to-face with Jody Tatum, his blonde-haired look-alike.
Stay Away, Joe (1968): Joe Lightcloud (Elvis Presley) is a mixed-blood Indian with strong ties to his tribe and his father Charlie (Burgess Meredith). Joe tries to get government assistance for the tribe in exchange for permitting the local congressman to graze cattle on Indian land.
Live A Little, Love A Little (1968): Elvis Presley plays Greg, a photographer who divides his time working for a skin magazine and a conservative newspaper. Rudy Valle plays Penlow, the veteran newspaper publisher. Lansdown (Don Porter) is the publisher of a girly magazine as Greg tries to work for both without the other finding out.