Elvis Presley Movies now spotlights his second movie and first one in Technicolor, “Loving You. Unlike Love Me Tender, it takes place in a more contemporary setting and time. Elvis plays the role of a truck driver with a natural talent for really belting out a song. When the show opens Elvis is asked to sing a song for the folks in the local town square by Lizabeth Scott . Elvis says no at first, but is talked into it by his good friend and side kick Skip Young. You’ll recognize Skip from the “Ozzie and Harriet” TV series as he was Rick’s always joking friend “Wally”. After the song she decides he could become the next big singing sensation and make her a lot of money doing it. The story line appears to reflect exactly what Elvis himself went through in his career up to that point, so it must have been easy for him to relate to the story line. In addition, Elvis belts out some real great numbers, including “Mean Women Blues”, which includes Elvis doing one of his most memorable dance numbers as well. When Col. Parker got Elvis into the movies, who would ever have foreseen how important capturing Elvis on film would be for future generations to see exactly what people saw when it all began. And please pay special attention to the audience scenes, as Elvis’s parents, Vernon And Gladys Presley appear several times in the audience cheering their son on.