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    I do not pretend to know everything about Elvis Presley, but I have been a fan since 1956. If you said to me “Tell me about Elvis Presley”, I would say first Elvis had faults and made mistakes just like you and me. But from beginning to end he stayed close to his family and never forgot it was his fans that made him successful. He loved this country never forgetting his humble beginnings and always showed compassion and generosity to people less fortunate than himself.
    Thanks, Kevin Robinson

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The story of Elvis Presley is largely unknown by the general public.
Music video by Elvis Presley performing If I Can Dream Trailer, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
When I was in the Marine Corps in 1966-1967, I played Elvis in the barracks. But a few bunks over you could hear the sounds of Mr. James Brown. My friends told me that James [Read More]2
A few years ago The Cirque du Soleil people put together a tribute to Elvis called “Viva Elvis” and remixed some of his most known songs into an album.
People who met Elvis were always taken back by his ability to make them comfortable by showing an interest in them. Joe Namath talks here about how nice Elvis treated his Dad when Joe took [Read More]2
“Life isn’t something you are given because it’s owed to you. It’s given because you need to grow, to learn and to expand your soul and spirit.” — Elvis
In 1956 the critics said Elvis was a novelty and his popularity would fade rapidly as fans went on to the next big fad. But instead in 1957 the Elvis thing EXPLODED to unheard of [Read More]2
There was a time that Frank was a big critic towards Elvis. But in 1960 I guess he mellowed a little and hosted a Welcome Home To Elvis TV Special. In that special he did [Read More]2
Elvis’s third movie required a temporary postponement of his induction into the Army to make. It is probably the first time critics “praised” Elvis’s acting ability. As the years went by, many people have said [Read More]2
When Kurt Russell made this movie only two years after his death, who would have guessed it would have become the best portrait of Elvis for over thirty five years. Hollywood may some day make [Read More]2
In 1963’s “It Happened At The Worlds Fair”, 10 year old Kurt Russell met Elvis doing a small part in the movie. A few years later at the age of 27, Kurt portrayed Elvis in [Read More]2
Although Elvis sang in all of his movies, he had the ability to be an dramatic actor. These scenes showcase some of his best dramatic talent. The Elvis Presley movie list consists of 29 regular [Read More]2