I watched Loving You last night. Whereas Love Me Tender was very much an ensemble performance, Loving You seems to me to be the first "Elvis" movie - his persona is front and centre of the movie. Sure, another singer could have played the part but it would have a very different movie. What strikes me is that it set the template for movies made by other pop and rock singers at the beginning of their career, in the way it tells the story of the birth of a star. I am reminded of Barbra Streisand's Funny Girl, Prince in Purple Rain and Beyonce in Dreamgirls. I am sure there are plenty of others. In fact Elvis' next movie is a classic birth of a star story too. The dvd I have of Loving You, which I think is the version currently most readily available, is not in wide-screen. And it's interesting that Loving You doesn't seem to appear in the many movie boxsets that are often released. I think it is ready for a reissue.