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Love me tender 

20th Century Fox In his screen debut, Elvis sings only four songs and dies in the end. The Western's location is Texas after the Civil War. The sons in this Southern family have conflicting politics, and Elvis and one of his brothers are in love with the same woman (Debra Paget). David Weisbart  



Loving you 

Paramount Elvis plays a small-town country boy who is discovered and makes it big as a singer. His mother, Gladys, is an extra in the audience. Hal B. Wallis  




Jailhouse rock 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer The film includes the famous scene of Elvis dancing to the title song (choreographed by Elvis). Elvis learns to play the guitar while in prison and becomes a star (with a conniving manager) when he gets out. Then, a former cell mate comes calling. Pandro S. Berman  



King Creole 

Paramount Elvis's favorite film is based on the novel "A Stone for Danny Fisher." Set in New Orleans, Elvis becomes a night-club singer who gets drawn into the criminal world. Hal B. Wallis  




G.I. Blues 

Paramount Elvis is a guitar-playing soldier stationed in West Germany who makes a bet that he can date Juliet Prowse, who plays a cabaret dancer. Hal B. Wallis  




Flamimg star 

20th Century Fox Elvis plays a half-breed Indian. He must choose sides when his mother's people go on the warpath. All songs are in the first 10 minutes. David Weisbart




Wild in the country 

20th Century Fox A back-country youth with a quick temper gets counseling and is encouraged to pursue a literary career. Jerry Wald  




Blue Hawaii 

Paramount Elvis plays a soldier who returns to the islands to work with a tourist agency. His mother (Angela Lansbury) does not approve. Hal B. Wallis  



Folow that dream 

United artist Opposition faces Elvis and his hillbilly family as they try to homestead on a Florida beach. It's based on the novel "Pioneer Go Home." David Weisbart  




Kid Galahad 

United artist Elvis plays a talented boxer who would rather stay a garage mechanic. It's a remake of the 1937 film that starred Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart but didn't have the music. David Weisbart  



Girls! Girls! Girls! 

Paramount As the title suggests, Elvis is chased by many beautiful girls. The problem is, he has trouble choosing just one. Hal B. Wallis  




It happened at the world's fair 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Joan O'Brien and Elvis end up getting together during the Seattle World's Fair thanks to some matchmaking by a little girl. Kurt Russell makes his screen debut in a cameo as a boy who kicks Elvis. Ted Richmond  



Fun in Acapulco 

Paramount Elvis is a lifeguard and entertainer at this beachfront resort in the beautiful Mexican city. He also does some cliff diving. Hal B. Wallis  




Kissin' cousins 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis plays two roles: an Air Force lieutenant and a blond country boy. The military officer tries to convince his hillbilly relatives to allow a missile site to be built on their land. Sam Katzman




Viva Las Vegas 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis is a race-car driver and Ann-Margret is a casino dancer. They end up competing against each other in a talent show. Jack Cummings & George Sidney  




Paramount Elvis is a singer who joins a carnival as a hired hand. Raquel Welch and Teri Garr have uncredited appearances. Hal B. Wallis  




Girl Happy 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer A Chicago mobster sends Elvis to Fort Lauderdale during spring break as a chaperon to his daughter, who constantly gets into trouble. Joe Pasternak  



Tickle me 

Allied artists Elvis is employed at an all-female health ranch. Ben Schwalb  




Harum scarum 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer : Elvis is a film star visiting the Middle East. He is forced to help assassins who want to destroy the king. Meanwhile, he falls in love with the king's daughter. Sam Katzman  



Paradise, Hawaiian style 

Paramount Elvis is a helicopter pilot who runs a charter service. Hal Wallis  




Frankie and Johnny 

United artist Like the song, Elvis is a Mississippi riverboat gambler with a roving eye. Donna Douglas plays Frankie. Edward Small  





Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis, again, races cars and has three different women after his affection. Joe Pasternak  




Double trouble 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis is a pop singer who tours in England and gets caught up in the life of a teenage heiress. Judd Bernard & Irwin Winkler  




Easy come, easy go 

Paramount A Navy frogman, Elvis dives in search of buried treasure Hal Wallis  





United artist The son of a millionaire, Elvis trades places with a water-ski instructor in order to find a woman who loves him and not his money. Levy-Gardner  




Stay away, Joe 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis plays a half-breed American Indian who convinces a congressman to permit his people to raise a herd of cattle in exchange for government assistance on their Arizona reservation. Douglas Lawrence  




Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis is behind the wheel of a race car again. This time the featured female works for the IRS. Some well-known NASCAR drivers such as Richard Petty appear. Douglas Lawrence  



Live a little, love a little 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis plays a photographer who picks up two high-paying jobs at the same time and must divide his time between offices. Douglas Lawrence  





National General Pictures In an attempt to show Elvis as a serious actor, he is cast in this straight Western. He sings only the title song. Charles Marquis Warren  




The trouble with girls 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Elvis manages a troupe of entertainers (the Chautaqua Players) in the 1920s. Despite the title, it's really not a typical "Elvis and girls" film. Lester Welch  




Change of habit 

NBC-Universal Elvis is a doctor who helps the poor in his clinic. Mary Tyler Moore is a nun who contemplates leaving the order to be with Elvis. Joe Connelly  




That's the way it is 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Documantaire over Elvis tijdens zijn 3e reeks shows in Las Vegas Aug/Sept 1970





Elvis on tour 

Elvis on tour in April 1972 Pierre Adidge & Robert Abel  





This is Elvis 

The complete story of the king