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Cinema and Special films made by Elvis on either side of the 1960s decade were:

Love Me Tender

Richard Egan / Debra Paget / Neville Brand / Mildred Dunnock
David Weisbart / 20th Century Fox
released November 16th 1956

This film, which established Elvis as a movie star, concentrates
on romance and family jealousy in the aftermath of America's
Civil War. Clint Reno (Elvis) believing his brother to be dead,
falls in love with his girl, only to see him return at the end of the war.

Love Me Tender / Poor Boy / We're Gonna Move / Let Me

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Loving You

Wendell Corey / Lisabeth Scott
Hal B. Wallis / Paramount
released July 9th 1957

The musical chronicle of a young singer, Deke Rivers
and his meteoric, relentless, rise to fame and fortune -
more or less a parody of Elvis Presley's own career.

(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Loving You
Mean Woman Blues / Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do / Hot Dog
Party / Lonesome Cowboy

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Jailhouse Rock

Judy Tyler / Mickey Shaughnessy / Dean Jones
Jennifer Holden
Pandro S. Berman / MGM
released November 9th 1957

Elvis's third and probably best film was shot in black and white.
The film stars him as Vince Everett who saves a woman but kills
her attacker, for which he is sent to prison for manslaughter.
Inside, he learns to play guitar and, with his superb singing voice,
becomes a sensation all ready to hit the big time on his release.
The fame gives him an oversized ego which causes problems with both his
new girlfriend and his former cellmate. A dark movie with a happy ending.
The classic title song scene was choreographed by Elvis himself.

Jailhouse Rock / Treat Me Nice / Young and Beautiful
I Wanna Be Free / Don't Leave Me Now / Baby I Don't Care

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King Creole

Carolyn Jones / Walter Matthau / Dean Jagger / Dolores Hart
Hal B. Wallis / Paramount
released July 1st 1958

King Creole is based on the Harold Robbins novel, “A Stone For
Danny Fisher”. The story is about a tough young man from
Bourbon Street, New Orleans, who works in a nightclub to help
support his family. He is thrown out of school and gets involved with
bad guys, helping them to rob a store by creating a diversion with
his singing. During the robbery he meets Nellie (Dolores Hart) and
becomes so smitten with her that he decides to go straight but,
as a result of a meeting with nightclub owning mobster Maxie Fields
(Walter Matthau) Danny finds himself forced to prove that he can sing.
He impresses Charlie LeGrand (Paul Stewart), owner of the King Creole
Club and is offered a job. He becomes increasingly in demand, and Fields tries to get him back to sing in his own club using underhand means.

As Long As I Have You / Crawfish / New Orleans / Lover Doll
Trouble / Dixieland Rock / King Creole / Hard-Headed Woman
Don't Ask Me Why / Steadfast Loyal and True / Young Dreams

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King Creole was Elvis' last film before starting his two years of National Service in the
United States Army. His Sixties performing career, consisting solely of movie and
record-making, commenced with the film 'G.I. Blues' in 1960 and ended with
'Change of Habit' in 1969. Only two more cinema films were to follow, both being
early 70s documentaries about his concert tours, stage performances and lifestyle,
These were:

Elvis - That's The Way It Is

released November 11th 1970

Show rehearsals and preparations for an opening night in
Las Vegas and the concert performance. Songs include:

Love Me Tender / Blue Suede Shoes / Patch It Up
Bridge Over Troubled Water

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Elvis On Tour

released November 1st 1972

A documentary which follows the Elvis entourage around
a number of U.S. concert venues. Songs include:

Separate Ways / Memories / Mystery Train / That's All Right Mama
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