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In a never-before-seen photograph by Hollywood legend Nat Dallinger, Elvis Presley and Juliet Prowse attend a movie dinner after a special screening of their forthcoming movie G.I. Blues. The co-stars attended a studio-hosted buffet dinner to promote the film to exhibitors. Prowse, appearing in only her second major motion picture, apparently worked hard to perk up his mood.
Take a look at this remarkable photo
of the King. 40 years ago, October 4, 1974 in Detroit to be precise. This is not one we have seen the likes of before, Elvis sitting down at a desk while wearing his show clothing - signing what looks like a certificate (He his with the Detroit police) There are two additional photos.
Only Elvis Presley could make this work, out for a ride wearing his pyjamas
Elvis Presley : One Cool Shot
!!! Only Elvis Presley could look this cool.
Checkout this great photo of Elvis signing an autograph, circa 1966-1967.
I have today talked with Wade Jones the owner of the Elvis photo from 1945 in this article and I am convinced that the image that has been released in full via Vanity Fair is exactly as he received it. And importantly Wade has pointed me to conclusive facts showing that the 'first' so called 'Photoshoped' image was made by a fan and published openly online, from there, somehow this then become 'Wade's' photo which it never was. So we go back to the experts who when asked, 'Is it real'? Is it really him?
Here we have a ultra rare picture of a 13 year old Elvis Presley, posing in front of the Tupelo Hardware Store. There's no exact date for this picture, other than that it was taken, most likely, in 1948.
The The Elvis Files Volume 6 : 1971-1973
Hardcover Book has been released. As with the other volumes release so far this again is a huge hardback book with 470 pages and feature more than 1500 photos
... Every single concert & tour, the Vegas and Tahoe shows, private moments and in studio, fan memories and more. Like the five  volumes
before it, this book is a must for any Elvis fan. View Previews
'a most remarkable display of priorities
for a young aspiring artist at the bottom of the tour hierarchy'.
Check out this
ultra rare photo of Elvis carrying the crown
given to him at the conclusion of the Aloha From Hawaii concert by a fan. Previously we have only seen a glimpse of this in the video from the telecast. This is only one of many great and previously unseen photos featured in the Boxcar book, Aloha Via Satellite
While it is well known that Elvis Presley and Sammy Davis Jr. were good friends, first meeting in the 1950s, maintaining a friendship through the years, now, we have a fantastic photo via a news paper clipping from Jet magazine, February 27, 1958 showing Sammy in full swing imitating Elvis, and what's more, the clipping tells us that Elvis was sitting in the front row, roaring with laughter. Imitations were a big part of Sammy's shows and Elvis was not left out in this regard, with Sammy singing Hound Dog in concert.
Here is an amazing image. With a modern day visit to Hawaii and an original photograph, Australian fan Alexander Attard with imagination and the help of some digital editing overlaid an original photo of Elvis in the backyard of a home in Hawaii with his recent photograph of the very same back yard.
Rare pictures from the LIFE archives (43 photos). LIFE presents a series of photos - most of which never appeared in LIFE - showing Elvis, along with his 15-year-old girlfriend, Priscilla Beaulieu, in Germany on the day he left for the States (March 2, 1960), and Elvis again at Fort Dix, New Jersey, where he landed on March 3, sans Priscilla. He was officially discharged from the Army on March 5. These photos, by LIFE photographers James Whitmore and Al Fenn, capture a moment in Elvis' life when he was poised to remind everyone who might have doubted it that, despite two years of taking orders, he was ready to again be the King.
January 14, 2013 is the 40th anniversary of perhaps Elvis Presley's greatest triumph : Elvis made television and entertainment history on this date with his
Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite concert special. The show was performed at the Honolulu International Center Arena on January 14, 1973 at 12:30 AM Hawaiian time. The concert was beamed live via Globecam Satellite to Australia, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, South Vietnam and other countries, and was seen on a delayed basis in approximately thirty European countries. The first American airing was April 4, 1973 on NBC-TV.
Elvis Presley : Arriving In Hawaii : January 9, 1973
Elvis Presley : Aloha From Hawaii Rehearsal Concert : January 12, 1973
Elvis Presley : Receiving an award, backstage : January 13, 1973, before his Aloha Concert
Elvis Presley : Hawaii : January 14, 1973
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Elvis Presley : New Years Eve, December 31, 1975
Elvis Presley : New Years Eve Concert : December 31, 1976
. While Pittsburghers rang in the New Year Friday night in front of their TV sets with Guy Lombardo, 16,409 others Scorned 1977 with Elvis Presley at the Civic Arena. After three opening acts and a lengthy intermission, Presley unded on stage 35 minutes before midnight, but you would rethought the clock had struck 12. He received an ear-deafening ovation punctuated by thousands of blasts from flash bulbs and a patchwork of 'We-Love-You-Elvis' signs hoisted aloft. Presley had perhaps the most captive audience since Johnny Cash played Folsom Prison. And rarely did he lose his iron grip on the crowd during his 90 minutes on stage
. At the stroke of midnight, the house lights went up and Elvis led the crowd in singing 'Auld Lang Syne'.
In December 1960, RCA was preparing a 'compact 33 EP' to be released in January 1961. But is was not to be, until now. Here we have the recently discovered piece of official RCA paperwork, an 'RCA Listing Notice' that shows the preparation for the release, assigning catalogue number 'LPC-123'. For reasons still unknown the release was withdrawn at the very last moment. The title track was 'Love Me' ...
September 12, 1957 in a black Cadillac rolls up to the Little Shamrock Cafe. In the car were musicians and a singer, they had just performed a concert in Houston and they were now on their way North, they just needed to have a little breakfast first. Aline Landrum was at work this September morning, it was she who had the honor of Elvis Presley and the servers lineage of breakfast. And Elvis Presley Eggs, bacon, cheese, coffee, pancakes, chocolate cake, and Pepsi Cola. And Aline has the photos to proove it.
In May 2008 we published these photos of
Graceland from April, 1962
taken by Tony Douglas from Australia. Joseph Pirzada [MRS] promptly saw the value of these unique images and it was promptly arranged back then that they would appear in his planned Graceland Through The Years 1957-1977
book. Now four  years later
the book is set for release late next month, we thought you would like to take look at these again or for the first time if you did not in '08. Boxcar Enterprises [MRS] will release the book; Graceland Through The Years 1957-1977 at the end of June. Several years in the making this will be one very essential book for every Elvis fan with 450 pages including 1000 photos with many never before published, informative text, original purchase documents and blueprints in hardcover within a deluxe book cardboard sleeve. [Boxcar is the new official label run by our good friends at MRS, (Joseph Pirzada) your guarantee of high quality workmanship.]
and book cover
. Pre-order now
David English author of the FTD book release; Welcome Home Elvis has contacted us with some extra - and very interesting - information about the book. In regard to the CD we were most interested to learn that the mono CD of Elvis Is Back, was recently found in the UK. There has been plenty of speculation as to exactly what the master was. Then we have four  new pages of sample text from the book. As David explains; 'The idea first came to me to write an article about the Elvis Is Back Sessions, which then became too large, and it then expanded over a period of two years. This originally consisted of mainly text of each song having a detailed history, with songwriters, musicians, (in the form of the book 'Writing for the King') The book then expanded further to include the Sinatra Timex show
and now consists of the journey to Miami using original newspaper articles and photos which have probably not been seen since they were originally written.
14 page close up preview of the soon to be released book, Welcome Home Elvis.
14 page close up preview of the soon to be released book, Welcome Home Elvis. Released by FTD this is a 260 page book covering the weeks in 1960 where Elvis regained control over his career. The format is the same as the well-known FTD book format (King Creole : The Music and A Moment In Time). The book includes: More than 300 photos, many of them previously unpublished, text by David English and a CD with the original mono master for 'Elvis Is Back!'. Pictures include; Elvis coming home from the army, several press conferences, pictures at Graceland, coverage of the Sinatra TV show and much more ...
Elvis Presley with Dottie West
, the Imperials Quartet
, Joe moschelo, Terry Blackwood, Jim Murray, Elvis, Arnold Morales and Larry Gatlin
: Landmark Hotel : February 25, 1971.
Start your journey on our exclusive 10 page preview from the King Creole : Frame By Frame 400 Page Hardcover Book
due for release on February 15, 2012. ['Jailhouse Rock Frame By Frame' preview coming soon.]
Photo preview and information on the November FTD book release,'4 days in 56 : A Moment In Time
' that chronicles four days in the Spring of 1956 as Elvis barnstorms from Detroit, to Columbus, Ohio, to Dayton, Ohio and finally lands in Memphis where he gets to enjoy his new home on Audubon Drive.
Here's an interesting read we found on the CNN website: Elvis was singing in the men's room. But I'd gotten used to that. This time, though, there was something new. And it led me, after all these years, to the legendary Barbara Hearn. A little explanation -- all right, a lot of explanation -- is in order: