Elvis Presley: The Movies - Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Bink, Aug 22, 2021.

  1. Dave112

    Dave112 Forum Resident

    This hasn't much to do with Elvis' movies other than songs taken from the This Is Elvis soundtrack. As you can see, I pulled heavily from the This Is Elvis soundtrack album. I had other Elvis mixtapes but this was the one that I seemed to use most on the road. Good music for driving. I later made a playlist of this for the digital age. I rarely play an all Elvis playlist anymore but I pull this up sometimes for a nostalgic road trip.

    Elvis mixtape
    1. That's All Right
    2. I'm Counting On You
    3. Mystery Train
    4. Trying To Get To You
    5. I've Got A Woman
    6. Shake,Rattle, & Roll - Flip, Flop, & Fly (Dorsey Show)(from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
    7. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
    8. Mean Woman Blues (Loving You movie version)(from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
    9. Rip It Up
    10. Hound Dog (Milton Berle show)(from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
    11. Trouble
    12. A Fool Such As I
    13. I Need Your Love Tonight
    14. Feels So Right
    15. Such A Night
    16. Anything That's Part Of You
    17. Put The Blame On Me
    18. Little Sister
    19. Plantation Rock (from my new copy of Legendary Performer Vol.4)
    20. Follow That Dream
    21. Tomorrow Night (from Elvis For Everyone)
    22. Memphis Tennessee(from Elvis For Everyone)
    23. Blue Suede Shoes (cool edited version from the 1968 TV Special shows) (from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
    24. If I Can Dream
    25. Kentucky Rain
    26. Suspicious Minds
    27. Always On My Mind (great alternate version) (from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
    28. An American Trilogy (awesome overdubbed version)(from This Is Elvis Soundtrack)
     
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  2. PepiJean

    PepiJean Forum Resident

    Nice playlist: here is mine (for the car only) :

    1. Good rockin' tonight ("Elvis at Sun")
    2. My baby left me
    3. Lawdy miss clawdy
    4. Trying to get to you ("Elvis at Sun")
    5. I got a woman
    6. Heartbreak hotel
    7. Shake,rattle, & roll / Flip, flop, & fly ("This is Elvis")
    8. Baby let's play house ("Elvis at Sun")
    9. Hound dog (2nd "Ed Sullivan Show")
    10. Love me
    11. Treat me nice ("Jailhouse rock" movie version)
    12. Santa claus is back in time
    13. King creole ("King creole")
    14. Ain't that lovin' you baby ("Reconsider baby")
    15. A mess of blues
    16. Such A Night ("Essential Elvis volume 5")
    17. Feel so bad
    18. Blue hawaii ("Blue hawaii")
    19. His latest flame (out-take #4)
    20. Little sister
    21. She's not you
    22. King of the whole wide world ("Kid galahad")
    23. Big boss man
    24. Trouble (1968 studio edit)
    25. Baby what you want me to do (1st show, 3rd version)
    26. If I Can Dream
    27. Suspicious Minds (mono single)
    28. After loving you
    29. Mystery train / Tiger man ("Viva las vegas" CD#2)
    30. Don't think twice, it's all right (1995 Ernst edit)
     
  3. Dave112

    Dave112 Forum Resident

    Looks like we cover a lot of the same ground @PepiJean . Great other stuff there too!

    I forgot to post the previously unreleased version of "Always On My Mind" that is superior to the released master IMO. It's been my go-to version of that song since I got the soundtrack album.

     
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  4. Dave112

    Dave112 Forum Resident

    I apologize for hijacking the thread @Bink . I figure that I might as well post the trailer to This Is Elvis for anyone that hasn't seen it before.

     
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  5. PepiJean

    PepiJean Forum Resident

    I agree: the "EOT" version of ALWAYS ON MY MIND is the definitivew for me too.
    I remember hearing it for the first time in "The Great Performances" LP (1990 probably) and thinking: "That's the one!"
     
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  6. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident Thread Starter

    More than happy for you (or anyone) to use this thread for any discussions related to Elvis movies now that the main discussion has ended.
     
  7. DISKOJOE

    DISKOJOE Boredom That You Can Afford!

    Location:
    Salem, MA
    Well, as promised, my Elvis fan friend got me a bunch of Elvis movie DVDs for Christmas. This is what he gave me:

    Tickle Me
    Charro!
    Stay Away Joe
    Girl Happy
    Kissin' Cousins
    Live a Little, Love a Little
     
  8. Nice! Some entertaining viewing right there.
     
  9. Jayson Wall

    Jayson Wall Forum Resident

    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    This has been simply wonderful--thanks @Bink
     
  10. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Thank you Jayson. It has been great for me too. I had only seen a handful of these movies so it has been fantastic to share the experience of watching them all with you all.
     
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  11. DISKOJOE

    DISKOJOE Boredom That You Can Afford!

    Location:
    Salem, MA
    I just want to say that I went to one of my local Dollar Tree stores today & picked up a DVD copy of Kid Galahad for $1.00. There were a few copies there.
     
  12. DISKOJOE

    DISKOJOE Boredom That You Can Afford!

    Location:
    Salem, MA
    Oh, by the way Bink, do you know that there is an Ipswich, here in Massachusetts? It's a coastal town not too far away from me in the North Shore area. Is your Ipswich a coastal town also?
     
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  13. croquetlawns

    croquetlawns Forum Resident

    Location:
    Scotland
    There is also an Ipswich in Australia - it is a city a bit inland from Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland. 'Wich/wic' was used by the Anglo-Saxons for trading settlements, so wics are often found on the coast in England.
     
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  14. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Yes, I was aware there is an Ipswich in the US but I wasn't sure where specifically. My Ipswich isn't exactly a coastal town but we are just a few miles from the East coast of England.
     
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  15. JamieC

    JamieC Senior Member

    Location:
    Detroit Mi USA
    I hear Monty Python when I hear the name. "That's inter-city rail for you"
     
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  16. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Happy Christmas everyone.

     
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  17. garyt1957

    garyt1957 Forum Resident

    Location:
    mi
    Never cared for the song but it was certainly a great "performance" song live
     
  18. garyt1957

    garyt1957 Forum Resident

    Location:
    mi
    He doesn't like you much, does he?
     
  19. DISKOJOE

    DISKOJOE Boredom That You Can Afford!

    Location:
    Salem, MA
    I have seen Girl Happy & Tickle Me already & they weren't that bad.
     
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  20. garyt1957

    garyt1957 Forum Resident

    Location:
    mi
    I absolutely loved Tickle Me as a kid ! And yes, Girl Happy is fun. The rest...well what can you say?
     
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  21. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident Thread Starter

    The Aloha From Hawaii concert didn't really fit the remit of this thread but as today is the 49th anniversary of this concert, here's a clip:



    Maybe there will be a 50th anniversary thread next year!
     
  22. sixtiesstereo

    sixtiesstereo Senior Member

    Location:
    Wisconsin
    Any movie with Jocelyn Lane is essential viewing.
     
  23. MrBigFan

    MrBigFan Forum Resident

    Location:
    Scandinavia
    I really wish Loving You,Blue Hawaii and original cut of Thats The Way It Is was released on bluray but it seems very unlikely,at least for two of them.
    Most dvd editions of these 3 titles is really poor and what bothers me the most is that all versions of TTWII mentioned above is in mono only.
     
  24. Pelvis Ressley

    Pelvis Ressley Down in the Jungle Room

    Location:
    Capac, Michigan
    By studio:

    Paramount: 'Loving You' (1957) 'King Creole' 1958), 'G.I. Blues' (1960), 'Blue Hawaii' (1961), 'Girls! Girls! Girls!' (1962), 'Fun In Acapulco' (1963), 'Roustabout' (1964), 'Paradise, Hawaiian Style' (1965) and 'Easy Come, Easy Go' (1967). Only 'King Creole' has been released on BD.

    Fox: 'Love Me Tender' (1956), 'Flaming Star' (1960) and 'Wild In The Country' (1961). All three have been released on BD.

    MGM: 'Jailhouse Rock', 'It Happened At the World's Fair', 'Kissin' Cousins', 'Viva Las Vegas', 'Girl Happy', 'Harum Scarum', 'Spinout', 'Double Trouble', 'Stay Away Joe', 'Speedway', 'Live A Little, Love A Little', 'The Trouble With Girls', 'Elvis-That's The Way It Is' and 'Elvis On Tour'. Bold titles have been released. on BD. Original cut of TTWII not on BD.

    United Artists: 'Follow That Dream', 'Kid Galahad', 'Frankie and Johnny' and 'Clambake'. All four have been released on BD.

    National General: 'Charro'. No BD.

    Universal: 'Change of Habit'. Released on BD.

    14 out of 33 films on BD. 15 if you count the SE of TTWII.
     
  25. croquetlawns

    croquetlawns Forum Resident

    Location:
    Scotland
    Which studio was Tickle Me?
     
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