15 cities. 15 nights. Catch him if you can! The show is over but the fans cry out for what every Elvis Presley fan wants. More! Then, an announcer speaks the words the packed house doesn’t want to hear: "Elvis has left the building." But what an incredible show lingers in minds and hearts. Elvis on Tour is the Golden Globe-winning Best Documentary chronicle of Presley's whirlwind 15-cities/15-nights 1972 tour. They are nights to remember, paced here with more than 25 numbers that embrace the rocker Elvis, the gospel Elvis, the ballad Elvis, even the kung-fu Elvis. In between tour stops come more moments to treasure--montage sequences (supervised by Martin Scorsese) showcasing Presley's early career and movies.
Full screen version with Dutch subtitles.
Elvis : The Lost Performances contains material found by accident in the vaults during a routine inspection in 1986. We get Elvis material from 'That’s The Way It Is' (1970) both on stage and rehearsing, and performances from 'Elvis On Tour' (1972). For anyone who suspected that the producers of the excellent 'That's the Way It Is' had more worthwhile concert footage available to them than they included in the final release, here it is! (or at least some of it).
Concert to commemorate the 25th anniversary of The King's death, performed live at the Pyramid Coliseum in Memphis. The original touring band was there, featuring Joe Guercio and others of the original TCB band. The original backing singers were there; The Sweet Inspirations, The Jordanaires, The Stamps. The original stage manager was even there - the only thing missing was The King himself. Undaunted, however, the show was a sell-out success nonetheless.
Restored and revitalized: a new look at Presley, the SUN King. Elvis Presley, wearing his " Mexican sundial " jumpsuit, was nothing but a road warrior in his final year, giving more than 50 shows in five months. Despite what many critics claimed, on many nights Elvis still had the magic. The songs seen here prove it, all drawn from his penultimate tour in late May 1977. Behold, the one and only SUN King, Elvis Presley.
Covers The Fifties / Army Days / The Sixties / Movie Galleries / A Man Called Charro / Aloha From Hawaii / The Seventies.
Some highlights from the content: The very first piece of film with Elvis from 1955, Elvis meets Bobby Darrin in 1960, The nude scene from Charro, Various press conferences.
This collection of 30 wonderful performances by the King of Rock 'n' Roll showcasing 21 of his #1 US and UK hits and 9 other classics. Culled from his TV guest appearances, movies, and concert films and television specials -- from 1956, the year his star ascended, to the 1970s when he reached the pinnacle of his career -- this is Elvis at his best.