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ELVIS - IN THE MOVIES DVD: Elvis Presley was known to the world as the King of Rock and Roll but was also one of the top-10 movie stars of his era. The scenes in this DVD documentary speak volumes about why the Tupelo Mississippi native was the most acclaimed rock star who ever went to Hollywood. This DVD documentary by film-maker Les Kratz contains more than 50 of the King s most entertaining scenes from his best movies. The clips on the DVD documentary are scenes from the following movies: Blue Hawaii Follow that Dream King Creole Change of Habit G.I Blues Love Me Tender Charro! Jailhouse Rock Loving You Flaming Star Kid Galahad Viva Las Vegas. LITTLE BOOK OF ELVIS - IN THE MOVIES: Although he starred in more than 30 films and was ranked a top-10 box office draw for six consecutive years Elvis Presley never got his full due from film critics and historians who often dismissed him as a singer moonlighting on the silver screen rather than a bona fide movie star. Yet The King enjoyed far greater success on-screen than any rock and roll star who followed his lead to Hollywood. And while he may have never achieved the artistic heights of his idols Marlon Brando and James Dean he nevertheless took on challenging multifaceted roles that revealed him to be capable of far more than just swaggering his way across the screen. In such films as King Creole (1958) and Wild in the Country (1961) Elvis demonstrated an impressive emotional facility opposite top-notch actors like Walter Matthau and Tuesday Weld respectively. Elvis In The Movies pays homage to the pop culture icon who burned up the screen without ever breaking a sweat. Enjoy! (178 PAGES)