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The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley (Modern Screen, November 1958)


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September 26, 2015
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Modern Screen, November 1958.

On the first pages, there's an Open Letter to Elvis Presley by Louella Parsons. Parsons was one of the critics who absolutely vilified Presley in the press in 1956-57. Guess something changed in 1958!!! The pensive image, apparently from 'King Creole' and twice used in the piece, is wonderful

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

The Life And Death Of Gladys Presley, Modern Screen, November 1958

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