Elvis – T.V. Shows – Movies

January 28, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Shake, Rattle And Roll/Flip, Flop And Fly
I Got A Woman

February 4, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Baby Let’s Play House
Tutti Frutti

February 11, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Blue Suede Shoes
Heartbreak Hotel

February 18, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Tutti Frutti
I Was The One

March 17, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Blue Suede Shoes
Hearbreak Hotel

March 24, 1956, The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show

Money Honey
Heartbreak Hotel

April 3, 1956, The Milton Milton Berle Show

Shake Rattle And Roll
Heartbreak Hotel
Blue Suede Shoes

This show has been released on the dvd The Milton Berle Show

June 5, 1956, The Milton Berle Show

Hound Dog
I Want You, I Need You I Love You

July 1, 1956, The Steve Allen Show

I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
Hound Dog

September 9, 1956, The Ed Sullivan Show

Don’t Be Cruel
Love Me Tender
Ready Teddy
Hound Dog

October 28, 1956, The Ed Sullivan Show

Don’t Be Cruel
Love Me Tender
Love Me
Hound Dog

January 6, 1957, The Ed Sullivan Show

Hound Dog
Love Me Tender
Heartbreak Hotel
Don’t Be Cruel
Too Much
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Peace In The Valley

The three Ed Sullivan shows has been released in the three dvd box-set The Ed Sullivan shows

March 26, 1960, The Frank Sinatra Timex Special (Welcome Home, Elvis)

Fame And Fortune
Stuck On You
Witchcraft (Elvis) / Love Me Tender (Frank Sinatra)

Stuck On You and the duet with Frank Sinatra are included in the dvd release of the movie This Is Elvis. The complete show has been released on dvd, but is out of stock

Filmed during June 1968

Aired on December 3, 1968

Elvis (The 68′ Comeback Special)

Trouble
Guitar Man
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Baby What Do You Want Me To Do
Dialogue
Heartbreak Hotel
Hound Dog
All Shook Up
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Jailhouse Rock
Dialogue
Where Could I Go But To The Lord
Up Above My Head
Saved
Dialogue
Blue Christmas
Dialogue
One Night
Memories
Nothingville
Big Boss Man
Guitar Man
Little Egypt
Trouble/Guitar Man
If I Can Dream

The TV version of this show plus more than 7 hours outtakes has been released in the three dvd box-set Elvis ’68 Comeback

Januar 14, 1973

Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite

Also Sprach Zarathustra
See See Rider
Burning Love
Something
You Gave Me A Mountain
Steamroller Blues
My Way
Love Me
Johnny B. Goode
It’s Over
Blue Suede Shoes
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
I Can’t Stop Loving You
Hound Dog
What Now My Love
Fever
Welcome To My World
Suspicious Minds
Introductions By Elvis
I’ll Remember You
Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
An American Trilogy
A Big Hunk O’ Love
Can’t Help Falling In Love

Bonus songs for the American version:

Blue Hawaii
Ku-U-I-Po
No More
Hawaiian Wedding Song
Early Morning Rain

The TV version of this show plus the rehearsal show from the day before has been released in the two dvd box-set Aloha From Hawaii

Filmed on June 19 & 21, 1977

Aired in September, 1977

Elvis In Concert

Fan Comments & Intro
Also Sprach Zarathustra
See See Rider
That`s All Right
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Teddy Bear/Don`t Be Cruel
Fan Comments
You Gave Me A Mountain
Jailhouse Rock
Fan Comments
How Great Thou Art
Fan Comments
Early Mornin` Rain
I Really Don`t Want To Know
Elvis Introduces His Father
Hurt
Hound Dog
My Way
Can`t Help Falling In Love
Interview Wth Elvis` Father (June 22, 1977)
Closing Riff
Special Message From Elvis Father (Late August, 1977)

This TV special has never been released officially on dvd

Elvis starred in 31 feature films and two theatrically released concert documentaries. In almost all of these movies Elvis sings a lot and gets the girl.

Love Me Tender (1956)

Cast: Richard Egan, Debra Paget, Neville Brand, Mildred Dunnock

Elvis’s character: Clint Reno

Top 40 songs in the film: “Love Me Tender” (No. 1); “Poor Boy” (No. 24)

About the film: 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).

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Cast: Judy Tyler, Mickey Shaughnessy, Dean Jones

Elvis’s character: Vince Everett

Top 40 songs in the film: “Jailhouse Rock” (No. 1); “Treat Me Nice” (No. 18)

About the film: 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.

Loving You (1957)

Cast: Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey, Dolores Hart

Elvis’s character: Deke Rivers

Top 40 songs in the film: “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear” (No. 1); “Loving You” (No. 20)”

About the film: 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.

King Creole (1958)

Cast: Carolyn Jones, Walter Matthau, Dean Jagger, Dolores Hart, Vic Morrow

Elvis’s character: Danny Fisher

Top 40 songs in the film: “Hard Headed Woman” (No. 1); “Don’t Ask Me Why” (No. 25)

About the film: 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.

Flaming Star (1960)

Cast: Barbara Eden, Steve Forrest, Dolores Del Rio, John McIntire

Elvis’s character: Pacer Burton

Top 40 song in the film: “Flaming Star” (No. 14)

About the film: 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.

G.I. Blues (1960)

Cast: Juliet Prowse, Robert Ivers, James Douglas

Elvis’s character: Tulsa McLean

Top 40 song in the film: “Blue Suede Shoes” (No. 20)

About the film: 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.

Blue Hawaii (1961)

Cast: Joan Blackman, Angela Lansbury, Iris Adrian, Nancy Walters

Elvis’s character: Chad Gates

Top 40 songs in the film: “Can’t Help Falling in Love” (No. 2); “Rock-A-Hula Baby” (No. 23)

About the film: Elvis plays a soldier who returns to the islands to work with a tourist agency. His mother (Angela Lansbury) does not approve.

Wild in the Country (1961)

Cast: Hope Lange, Tuesday Weld, Millie Perkins, John Ireland, Gary Lockwood, Christina Crawford, Rafer Johnson

Elvis’s character: Glenn Tyler

Top 40 song in the film: “Wild in the Country” (No. 26); “Lonely Man” (No. 32)

About the film: A back-country youth with a quick temper gets counseling and is encouraged to pursue a literary career.

Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)

Cast: Stella Stevens, Jeremy Slate

Elvis’s character: Ross Carpenter

Top 40 song in the film: “Return to Sender” (No. 2)

About the film: As the title suggests, Elvis is chased by many beautiful girls. The problem is, he has trouble choosing just one.

Follow That Dream (1962)

Cast: Arthur O’Connell, Anne Helm, Joanna Moore, Jack Kruschen

Elvis’s character: Toby Kwimper

Top 40 song in the film: “Follow That Dream” (No. 15)

About the film: 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.”

Kid Galahad (1962)

Cast: Gig Young, Lola Albright, Ned Glass, Joan Blackman, Charles Bronson

Elvis’s character: Walter Gulick

Top 40 song in the film: “King of the Whole Wide World” (No. 30)

About the film: 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.

Fun in Acapulco (1963)

Cast: Ursula Andress, Paul Lukas, Alejandro Rey

Elvis’s character: Mike Windgren

Top 40 song in the film: “Bossa Nova Baby” (No. 8)

About the film: Elvis is a lifeguard and entertainer at this beachfront resort in the beautiful Mexican city. He also does some cliff diving.

It Happened at the World’s Fair (1963)

Cast: Joan O’Brien, Gary Lockwood, Yvonne Craig, Vicky Tiu

Elvis’s character: Mike Edwards

Top 40 song in the film: “One Broken Heart for Sale” (No. 11)

About the film: 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.

Kissin’ Cousins (1963)

Cast: Arthur O’Connell, Glenda Farrell, Jack Albertson, Yvonne Craig

Elvis’s characters: Josh Morgan and Jodie Tatum

Top 40 song in the film: “Kissin’ Cousins” (No. 12)

About the film: 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.

Roustabout (1964)

Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Freeman, Leif Erickson, Sue Ane Langdon, Jack Albertson

Elvis’s character: Charlie Rogers

About the film: Elvis is a singer who joins a carnival as a hired hand. Raquel Welch and Teri Garr have uncredited appearances.

Viva Las Vegas (1964)

Cast: Ann-Margret, William Demarest, Jack Carter, Nicky Blair

Elvis’s character: Lucky Jackson

Top 40 songs in the film: “What’d I Say” (No. 21); “Viva Las Vegas” (No. 29)

About the film: Elvis is a race-car driver and Ann-Margret is a casino dancer. They end up competing against each other in a talent show.

Girl Happy (1965)

Cast: Shelley Fabares, Gary Crosby, Mary Ann Mobley, Harold Stone

Elvis’s character: Rusty Wells

Top 40 songs in the film: “Puppet on a String” (No. 14); “Do the Clam” (No. 21)

About the film: A Chicago mobster sends Elvis to Fort Lauderdale during spring break as a chaperon to his daughter, who constantly gets into trouble.

Harum Scarum (1965)

Cast: Mary Ann Mobley, Fran Jeffries, Michael Ansara

Elvis’s character: Johnny Tyronne

About the film: 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.

Paradise Hawaiian Style (1965)

Cast: James Shigeta, Suzanna Leigh

Elvis’s character: Rick Richards

About the film: Elvis is a helicopter pilot who runs a charter service.

Tickle Me (1965)

Cast: Jocelyn Lane, Julie Adams, Jack Mullaney

Elvis’s character: Lonnie Beale

Top 40 songs in the film: “(Such an) Easy Question” (No. 11); “I’m Yours” (No. 11)

About the film: Elvis is employed at an all-female health ranch.

Frankie and Johnny (1966)

Cast: Donna Douglas, Nancy Kovack, Sue Ane Langdon, Harry Morgan

Elvis’s character: Johnny

Top 40 song in the film: “Frankie and Johnny” (No. 25)

About the film: Like the song, Elvis is a Mississippi riverboat gambler with a roving eye. Donna Douglas plays Frankie.

Spinout (1966)

Cast: Shelley Fabares, Deborah Walley, Diane McBain, Carl Betz

Elvis’s character: Mike McCoy

Top 40 song in the film: “Spinout” (No. 40)

About the film: Elvis, again, races cars and has three different women after his affection.

Clambake (1967)

Cast: Shelley Fabares, Bill Bixby, Will Hutchins

Elvis’s character: Scott Hayward

About the film: 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.

Double Trouble (1967)

Cast: Annette Day, Yvonne Romain, John Williams

Elvis’s character: Guy Lambert

About the film: Elvis is a pop singer who tours in England and gets caught up in the life of a teenage heiress.

Easy Come, Easy Go (1967)

Cast: Dodie Marshall, Pat Priest, Pat Harrington

Elvis’s character: Ted Jackson

About the film: A Navy frogman, Elvis dives in search of buried treasure.

Live a Little, Love a Little (1968)

Cast: Michele Carey, Don Porter, Dick Sargent

Elvis’s character: Greg Nolan

About the film: Elvis plays a photographer who picks up two high-paying jobs at the same time and must divide his time between offices.

Speedway (1968)

Cast: Nancy Sinatra, Bill Bixby, Gale Gordon

Elvis’s character: Steve Grayson

About the film: 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.

Stay Away, Joe (1968)

Cast: Burgess Meredith, Joan Blondell, Katy Jurado

Elvis’s character: Joe Lightcloud

Top 40 songs in the film: “U.S. Male” (No. 28)

About the film: 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.

Charro! (1969)

Cast: Ina Balin, Victor French, Lynn Kellogg

Elvis’s character: Jess Wade

About the film: In an attempt to show Elvis as a serious actor, he is cast in this straight Western. He sings only the title song.

The Trouble With Girls (1969)

Cast: Marlyn Mason, Vincent Price, Sheree North, Dabney Coleman

Elvis’s character: Walter Hale

Top 40 song in the film: “Clean Up Your Own Back Yard” (No. 35)

About the film: 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.

Change of Habit (1970)

Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Barbara McNair, Ed Asner

Elvis’s character: Dr. John Carpenter

About the film: 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.

Elvis – That’s the Way It Is (1970)

About the film: The first of two live-concert films shows Elvis in his preparation for his night-club act and an opening-night concert in Las Vegas. Many songs are featured, including “Love Me Tender,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” Bridge Over Troubled Waters” and “Patch It Up.”

Elvis on Tour (1972)

About the film: This second concert film follows Elvis performing at a number of U.S. concerts. The many songs include “Separate Ways”, “Memories”, “That’s All Right Mama” and “Mystery Train”.

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