ELVIS DVD: CLASSIC FAVORITES 4 MOVIE PACK!
IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
STAY AWAY, JOE
RARE US IMPORT CLASSICS DVD!
NOT AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIAN STORES - ONLY AVAILABLE HERE!
This is a genuine BRAND NEW & FACTORY SEALED Region 4/1 US IMPORT Edition of the ELVIS CLASSICS 4 FAVOURITES DVD PACK featuring 4 of The Kings classic movies in one pack!: JAILHOUSE ROCK, IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, STAY AWAY JOE and CHARRO, part of the Warner Bros ELVIS DVD Collection! Relive the classic days of early Elvis with this classics collection that includes tons of Elvis tracks and bonus features! In addition, this DVD set is UNAVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIA - buying here is the only way you will get it!
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Jailhouse Rock: One of the best of Elvis Presley's pre-Army films, Jailhouse Rock offers us the sensual, "dangerous" Elvis that had won the hearts of the kids and earned the animosity of their elders. Presley plays a young buck who accidentally kills a man while protecting the honor of a woman. Thrown into prison, Elvis strikes up a friendship with visionary fellow-con Mickey Shaughnessy. Shaughnessy suggests that Elvis perform in the upcoming prison show. Ol' swivel-hips scores a hit, and decides to stay in showbiz after his release. Together with pretty Judy Tyler (the former Princess Summerfall Winterspring on Howdy Doody, who would die in a horrible traffic accident shortly after completing this film), Elvis sets up his own record company. Alas, success goes to his head, and soon Elvis plans to ditch Tyler in favor of signing with a big-time label. Shaughnessy shows up long enough to punch out Elvis for his disloyalty; as a result, Elvis' vocal chords are damaged and he is unable to sing. Deserted by his flunkeys and hangers-on, Elvis learns the value of friendship and fidelity when Tyler and Shaughnessy stay by his side in his darkest hours. His voice restored, Elvis climbs back up the charts--but this time, he's a much nicer fellow, and a lot more committed to Tyler. Usually the musical numbers in a Presley picture (this one has a doozy, complete with chorus boys dressed as convicts!) are more compelling than the plot. Jailhouse Rock is a perfect balance of song and story from beginning to end; seldom would Elvis be so well showcased in the future.
It Happened at the World's Fair: Elvis is Mike Edwards, a pilot of a small plane who has a faithful sidekick, Danny (Gary Lockewood), and a penchant for singing. The story takes place in-between a total of ten different songs, the most memorable being "One Broken Heart for Sale". Mike is tough on the outside but he is willing to take up a good cause when he finds Sue Lin (Vicky Tiu) temporarily abandoned at the Seattle Worlds Fair. Aside from Sue Lin, he also finds an attractive nurse who is not abandoned but might still need attention.
Stay Away, Joe: This comedy finds Joe Lightcloud (Elvis Presley) as a mixed-blood Indian with strong ties to his tribe and his father Charlie (Burgess Meredith). Joe tries to get government assistance for the tribe in exchange for permitting the local congressman to graze cattle on Indian land. Maime (Quentin Dean) is the object of Joe's affection, but they are under the watchful eye of her mother Glenda (Joan Blondell), who owns the local saloon. The Jordanaires back up Elvis on a few songs, most notable being "U.S. Male" by guitar-great Jerry Reed.
Charro: This western saga finds Jess Wade (Elvis Presley) as a reformed gunfighter who is stalked and captured by his former band of outlaws. Vince (Victor French) is the heavy who orders Jess' cheek to be branded with a hot iron. The gang terrorizes a small town by threatening to use a gold-plated and jewel-encrusted Mexican cannon on the innocent population. Presley sings only one song (the title track) in the last dramatic role of his career. The feature has the look and feel of the popular spaghetti westerns of the time. Presley revived his live performing career soon after and continued touring until his death on August 16th, 1977.
Elvis Presley trailer gallery
DVD set is BRAND NEW and FACTORY SEALED in shrinkwrap.
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