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Today Tomorrow and Forever - In Loving Memory Of Elvis Presley

EP On The Small Screen

This is an Intimate Bioscopic Experience
Elvis - The Man, The Myth And The Facts!
A Presley Picture Is The Only Sure Thing In Hollywood
He Was The Greatest Entertainer That Ever Lived!
Elvis Lives On Stage!
Elvis - I'll Remember You!
The Albums Made By EP
Number One Singles Artist
The Greatest Recording Artist Ever
The King's Music
The King's Castle
The Day The Music Really Did Die!
The King's Queen
Daddy's Little Girl!
When The King Met The Fab Four
Musicians/Singers With The King
GI Blues
The Only UK Visit
Only From The Waist Up
The Good Old Boys!
Elvis: Wanted Dead Or Alive
Elvis' Beloved Parents
The Brain Behind The King!
The Girls Who Shared His Life!
The Home Of Rock 'n' Roll
If You're Lookin For Trouble
Viva Las Vegas
Dreams Come True In Blue Hawaii
Elvis In Concert 1977
Elvis' Shadow
Almost Better Then The Real King!
EP's Loyal Fans
EP - Forever An Icon
Keeping Elvis Alive


Elvis was a BIG star on the small screen!



Elvis had a small screen career. There is the full list of what Elvis appeared on and what he sang:

Stage Show (Hosted by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey)
Jan.28, 1956 Bill Randle introduced Elvis and he sung Shake, Rattle and Roll/Flip, Flop and Fly and I got a Woman
Feb.4, 1956 Elvis sung Baby Let's Play House and Tutti Frutti
Feb.11, 1956 Elvis sung Blue Suede Shoes and Heartbreak Hotel
Feb.18, 1956 Elvis sung Tutti Frutti and I Was The One
Mar.17, 1956 Elvis sung Blue Suede Shoes and Heartbreak Hotel
Mar.24, 1956 Elvis sung Money Honey and Heartbreak Hotel

The Milton Berle Show
Apr.3, 1956) Live from USS Hancock in San Diego, Elvis sung Shake, Rattle and Roll, Heartbreak Hotel and Blue Suede Shoes
June 5, 1956 Elvis sung I Want You, I Need You, I Love You and Hound Dog

The Steve Allen Show
July 1, 1956 Elvis in a tuxedo sung I Want You, I Need You, I Love You and Hound Dog.

The Ed Sullivan Show
Sep.9, 1956 Charles Laughton in New York introduced Elvis in Hollywood and he sung Don't Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Ready Teddy and Hound Dog
Oct.28, 1956 Elvis sung Don't Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Love Me and Hound Dog
Jan.6, 1957 Elvis sung Hound Dog, Love Me Tender, Heartbreak Hotel, Don't Be Cruel, Too Much, When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again and Peace In The Valley

Frank Sinatra TV Special
Aired on May 12, 1960 Taped in Miami Beach's famous Fontainebleau Hotel on March 26 1960. Elvis sung Fame And Fortune, Stuck On You and Elvis and Frank Sinatra sung in a duet of Love Me Tender and Witchcraft

Elvis TV Special - Aired on Dec.3, 1968 Taped in June 1968 in NBC Burbank Studios
Elvis' 1st TV Special

Aloha From Hawaii - Jan.14, 1973, Worldwide Live - Aired on Apr.4, 1973 in USA

Elvis In Concert - Oct.3, 1977) Elvis concerts taped in Omaha, Neb. June 19, 1977 and Rapid City, So. Dakota June 21, 1977. The shows have never been released. Elvis sung See, See Rider, That's Alright, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Teddy Bear, Don't Be Cruel, Jailhouse Rock, How Great Thou Art, Hound Dog, Early Morning Rain, Can't Help Falling In Love, Unchained Melody and My Way. This was Elvis' last ever concert!



Thanks to Phil's information once again - I love u buddyxx


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