Long live the King


"The definitive portrait of Elvis the Vegas headliner follows the King through his 1970 summer engagement in Las Vegas from backstage bustle to box-office hustle to 27 stage numbers." - msn.com

Elvis Presley died 42 years ago, on Aug 16, 1977 at the age of 42. We remember him on this date with a theatrical presentation of one of his best concert films. This was his first non-dramatic film, made shortly after his return to live performances, and here he is at his best, both vocally and physically. Share the songs and the memories on the big screen! 

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42 years ago, Elvis Presley, the King of Rock n' Roll died at the age of 42. Let's remember Elvis the best way we know how, with the return of a cult classic inspired by his legend. Long live the King!

Don Coscarelli's comedy-horror finds an elderly Elvis wasting away in a nursing home, his one companion being Jack who has delusions that he is JFK. As it turns out, Elvis had swapped identities with a doppelganger at the height of his fame, and failed to reclaim the throne of the King when the impersonator died.

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