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8675309       Anybody want to talk about THE KING OF ROCK N ROLL 3-18-2008 2:31 PM
Anybody want to talk about


CRACKER       ELVIS ROCKS 3-18-2008 3:08 PM
nat       ELVIS SHOOTS 3-18-2008 4:22 PM
nat       AND SCORES 3-18-2008 4:22 PM
HOCKEY NUT       lol 3-18-2008 6:18 PM
Robert Fontenot 3-18-2008 7:59 PM
What was Elvis Presley's relationship with drugs?
By Robert Fontenot,

Question: What was Elvis Presley's relationship with drugs?
Answer: Although many still point to Elvis Presley's prodigous eating habits and lack of exercise as motivating factors in his death, there is no doubt that drugs were the main factor. And although some suggest that Elvis had tried marijuana and cocaine on at least one occasion, he felt far more comfortable in the world of legal drugs -- medical prescriptions. Elvis had a love for what were then called "downers": barbituates, sleeping pills, painkillers, the combination of which will induce a sleepy, calm euphoria. In addition to the ten drugs found in his system at the time of death, Elvis was known to have tried Dilaudid, Percodan, Placidyl, Dexedrine (a rare "upper," then prescribed as a "diet pill"), Biphetamine, Tiunal, Desbutal, Escatrol, Amytal, Quaaludes, Carbrital, Seconal, Methadone, and Ritalin.

Elvis' fondness for prescription drugs had begun back in the early Sixties (although at least one confidant claims Elvis began by stealing diet pills from Gladys, his mother). Facing a punishing work schedule set up by his manager, "Colonel" Tom Parker, Presley began to use "uppers" to get him going in the morning and "downers" to help him relax and sleep at night. By the early Seventies, Elvis had come to rely on these pills as necessary equipment for his hectic career, especially since Parker's schedule now had him working like a dog: an average of one show every other day from 1969 until June 1977 and a three-album-a-year schedule for RCA.

In order to get these prescriptions, Elvis needed doctors, and there were many in Los Angeles, Vegas, Palm Springs, and Memphis who were happy to help the wealthy star out. When he visited a doctor (or dentist), Elvis would almost inevitably talk him into a prescription, usually for painkillers. Eventually, Elvis took to carrying around a copy of The Physician's Desk Reference -- an encyclopedia of legal drugs and their uses -- so that he knew just what to ask for and, when necessary, which symptoms to fake.

Elvis actually had near-fatal overdoses at least twice in the Seventies and was admitted to hospitals for "exhaustion" -- that is, detoxification.
molly hopper 2       ELVIS WAS COOL AND IN HIS PRIME SEXY 3-19-2008 12:45 PM
CRACKER       Elvis Jams with 6-6-2008 12:49 PM
Elvis Jams with................
Reggie92       Elvis 32nd Anniversary of His Death 8-16-2008 7:15 PM
Elvis - 32nd Anniversary of His Death, He would have been 73 Today
doc       Long Live the King 8-16-2008 9:03 PM
"Long Live the King"

Yahoo Serious       32 YEARS AGO TODAY 8-16-2009 07:23 AM
Elvis Presley
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elvis Presley

Elvis in 1970
Background information
Birth name Elvis Aaron Presley[1]
Also known as Elvis, The King, The King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis the Pelvis, The Hillbilly Cat[2]
Born January 8, 1935(1935-01-08)
Tupelo, Mississippi
United States
Died August 16, 1977 (aged 42)
Memphis, Tennessee
United States
Genre(s) Rock & Roll, Pop, Rockabilly, Blues, Gospel, R&B
Occupation(s) Musician, Actor, Entertainer, Martial Artist, Sergeant.
Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar, piano, Bass
Voice type(s) Baritone (D2[3]-C♯5[3])
Years active 1954–1977
Label(s) Sun, RCA Victor
Associated acts The Blue Moon Boys, The Jordanaires,

Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977; middle name sometimes spelled Aron) was an American singer and actor. A cultural icon, he is commonly known simply as Elvis and is also sometimes referred to as The King of Rock 'n' Roll or The King.

Presley began his career in 1954 as one of the first performers of rockabilly, an uptempo fusion of country and rhythm and blues with a strong back beat. His novel versions of existing songs, mixing "black" and "white" sounds, made him popular—and controversial — as did his uninhibited stage and television performances. Presley had a versatile voice[ and he had unusually wide success encompassing many genres, including rock and roll, gospel, blues, country, ballads and pop. To date, he has been inducted into four music halls of fame.

In the 1960s, Presley made the majority of his 31 movies, most of which were poorly reviewed but financially successful musicals.[] In 1968, he returned to live performances in a television special,] which led to a string of successful tours across the U.S., notably in Las Vegas, for the remainder of his career. In 1973, Presley staged the first global live concert via satellite (Aloha from Hawaii), reaching at least one billion viewers live and an additional 500 million on delay.

Throughout his career, he set records for concert attendance, television ratings and recordings sales. He is one of the best-selling solo artists in the history of music, selling over one billion records worldwide, and he is regarded as one of the most important figures of twentieth century popular culture. Among his many awards and accolades are 14 Grammy nominations (3 wins) from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, which he received at age 36 , and being named One of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Nation for 1970 by the United States Jaycees.

Health problems, prescription drug dependence, and other factors led to his death at age 42.
THE ROVER       It Happened at the Worlds Fair 8-16-2009 8:06 PM
It Happened at the World's Fair
Tonight TNT is playing all Elvis movies so I watched
It Happened at the World's Fair !
***Kurt Russell had an uncredited speaking role as a boy who Mike Edwards pays 25¢ to kick him


It Happened at the World's Fair is a 1963 musical film starring Elvis Presley as a cropdusting pilot.

The motion picture was filmed in Seattle, Washington, site of the Century 21 Exposition, the 1962 World's Fair. The governor of Washington at the time, Albert Rosellini, suggested the setting to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer executives.

The Seattle Center, including the Seattle Center Monorail and the Space Needle, serve as backdrops for several scenes in the film. Security officers pursue Presley and the girl through the fountains at what is now the Pacific Science Center. The truck drives by the largest wooden bridge, the Wilburton Trestle, which is located in Bellevue.

1 Plot
2 Primary cast
3 Soundtrack
3.1 Track listing
3.2 Recording musicians
4 See also
5 External links
5.1 DVD Reviews

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It Happened at the World's Fair.

Mike and Danny fly a cropduster, but because of Danny's gambling debts, a local sheriff takes custody of it. Trying to earn money, they hitch-hike to the World's Fair in Seattle. While Danny tries to earn money playing poker, Mike takes care of a small girl, Sue-Lin, whose uncle has disappeared. Being a ladies' man, he also finds the time to court a young nurse, Diane.

Primary cast
Elvis Presley: Mike Edwards, cropduster pilot
Joan O'Brien: Diane Warren, World's Fair nurse and eventual love interest of Edwards
Gary Lockwood: Danny Burke, Mike's gambling-addicted business partner
Vicky Tiu: Sue-Lin, a young girl befriended by Edwards
Yvonne Craig: Dorothy Johnson, a love interest of Mike's
H. M. Wynant: Vince Bradley, crooked associate of Danny's
Kam Tong: Walter Ling, Sue-Lin's uncle
Kurt Russell had an uncredited speaking role as a boy who Mike Edwards pays 25¢ to kick him, thus giving him a chance to visit Nurse Warren. Coincidentally, Russell would play or appear as Presley three additional times: The first was in the made for TV film, Elvis. The second was to provide the voice for Elvis in Forrest Gump. And the third was in 3000 Miles to Graceland, where he portrayed an Elvis impersonator.

Vicky Tiu, sister of entertainer Ginny Tiu, later grew up to be the first lady of Hawaiʻi when she married Governor Benjamin J. Cayetano.

Diane (O'Donnell) Patelli had an uncredited role as the Space Needle elevator operator.

sibly       He was and still is the King 8-16-2009 10:33 PM
He wasn't just the man, he was and still is the king.
cougar       August 16 1977 ......... 33 years 8-16-2010 01:56 AM

Date of Death:
August 16 1977 = 33 years

Memphis, Tennessee,
George Hamilton The 2nd       Elvis Presley fans mourn 33 years since he died 8-16-2010 2:46 PM
Elvis Presley fans mourn 33 years since he died
Associated Press

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Buzz up!

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Candles flickered in the balmy night as thousands of Elvis Presley fans filed silently by his grave during a vigil at Graceland, marking 33 years since the American icon died.

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Elvis admirers from around the world descended on Elvis’ former home Sunday night to attend an annual candlelight vigil and procession that ran into Monday morning. Presley died at age 42 at his Graceland mansion on Aug. 16, 1977. Memorials started the following year.

Elvis ballads like “If I Can Dream” and “Fools Rush In” played as participants solemnly filed in through the gates. Flowers and photos lined the entrance to the grave site, which also is the resting place of Presley’s father Vernon, his mother Gladys and grandmother Minnie Mae. Some wiped away tears as they walked past the graves.

Participants defied high heat and humidity that continued into the night.

Standing outside Graceland, Thomas Hollis, 52, said he thought of his wife, who passed away in May from cancer. It’s his sixth Elvis vigil, but the first without his wife. Sunday was the couple’s 13th wedding anniversary.

Hollis’ granddaughter carried a candle for his wife.

“This vigil is kind of like for Elvis, and kind of like for her, too,” said Hollis, of Louisville, Ky. “It’s rough this year ... I’ve been through down times myself for a while, but I listen to his music and it keeps me going.”

The nighttime procession is the highlight of a weeklong series of fan-club meetings, film showings and Elvis tribute artist contests. Elvis purchased the 13-acre Graceland property in 1957 for a song — just a bit more than $100,000.

As night fell, fans took residence on Elvis Presley Boulevard, setting up folding chairs in the street after police closed the thoroughfare to traffic. Children wrote messages in purple, yellow and green chalk reading “We Miss Elvis” and “Elvis Lives 2010.”

Wim Postmus arrived last week from the town of Maarssen in the Netherlands. He came three years ago for the 30th anniversary vigil but gave up after spending many hours in line without even making it inside the walls.

The 47-year-old Postmus, who said Elvis’ music helps him get happy when he’s depressed, made the trip despite losing his job in financial administration earlier this year.

“It doesn’t matter,” he said. “I saved for it.”

Before the procession, fans from as far as Japan and England browsed Graceland’s sprawling souvenir shopping center and gathered under a large tent across the street from the mansion to listen to performers belt out Elvis tunes.

Dozens of multicolored but empty chairs lined the walls of Graceland on Sunday afternoon, their early-arriving owners seeking refuge from 100-degree temperatures at water stations.

Shelley Somerville flew from Australia with her husband for their honeymoon. Hours before the procession, she held an umbrella to shield herself from the sun. It’s the third candlelight vigil for Somerville, who said she likes Elvis’ gospel music the most.

“Elvis has touched a lot of hearts, and there’s something spiritual about him,” said Somerville, a 31 year-old administrative assistant. “There’s a calming feeling around him.”

The week’s festivities included conversations with writers, photographers and close friends of Elvis, including Joe Esposito, part of the Elvis entourage nicknamed the “Memphis mafia.”

Paul Fivelson came from Chicago to meet a buddy he met at the vigil three years ago. Wearing shorts and a black Elvis Week T-shirt, Fivelson said he likes to be near the front of the line to meet interesting people as they walk by the famous stone wall, which has personal messages from fans written on it.

Fivelson, 58, said he takes pride in being “a die-hard Elvis loyalist” who listens to the American icon’s music every day. His granddaughter’s name is Presley.

“I miss him, I loved him,” said Fivelson, a substitute teacher. “To be part of the Elvis experience and the aura of the whole thing, just means everything in the world to me.”
Sibley       The King will always live on 8-16-2010 9:44 PM
The King will always live on
Etude Shan       ELVIS 8-16-2011 10:07 AM
August 16 1977 = 34 years

Hard to believe the original KING
has been dead for 34 years
crestor       January 8, 1935 - August 16, 1977 8-16-2012 7:55 PM
January 8, 1935 - August 16, 1977
Elvis Presley (1935–1977)
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Elvis Presley began his career as first performer of rockabilly, an up-tempo fusion of country and rhythm and blues with a strong back beat. His novel versions of existing songs, mixing 'black' and 'white' sounds, made him popular - and controversial - as did his uninhibited stage and television performances... See full bio »

Elvis Aron Presley
January 8, 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi, USA
August 16, 1977 (age 42) in Memphis, Tennessee, USA

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2012 Duets (TV series)

– The Finale (2012) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2011-2012 No me la puc treure del cap (TV series)

– Amor (2012) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")
– Mort i espiritualitat (2012) (performer: "Hound Dog")
– Desamor (2012) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel")
– El mig amic (2011) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2012 Hawaii Five-0 (TV series)

– Kupale (2012) (performer: "Rock-a-Hula Baby" from tt0054692)

2011 Marlon Brando tuli Suomeen (TV documentary) (performer: "That's All Right Mama")

2011 Forsthaus Falkenau (TV series)

– Das Geheimnis im Moor (2011) (performer: "In The Ghetto!" - uncredited)

2011 So You Think You Can Dance Canada (TV series)

– Top 20 Performance (2011) (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes")

2006-2011 So You Think You Can Dance (TV series)

– Las Vegas Callbacks (2011) (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes")
– 1 of 7 Voted Off (2010) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")
– 1 of 9 Voted Off (2010) (performer: "Return to Sender")
– Top 8 Results (2007) (performer: "Fever")
– Top 18 (2007) (performer: "You're the Boss")
– Top 12 Results (2006) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2010-2011 EastEnders (TV series)

– Episode dated 5 May 2011 (2011) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited)
– Episode dated 18 June 2010 (2010) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited)

2007-2011 American Idol (TV series)

– Five Finalists Compete (2011) ("Always On My Mind")
– 9 Finalists Compete (2011) ("That's Alright, Mama")
– Idol Gives Back: Part Two (2007) (performer: "If I Can Dream")

2011 Rock & Chips (TV series)

– The Frog and the Pussycat (2011) (performer: "Old Shep", "Jailhouse Rock")

2011 Runnin' Rebels of UNLV (TV documentary) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2011 The Bachelor (TV series)

– Episode #15.5 (2011) ("Jail House Rock" - uncredited, "Suspicious Minds" - uncredited, "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "Blue Suede Shoes" - uncredited, "Heartbreak Hotel" - uncredited)

2011/I No Strings Attached (performer: "BOSSA NOVA BABY")

2011 Memphis Rising: Elvis Returns (performer: "Burning Love", "Suspicious Minds", "A Little Less Conversation")

2010 Megamind (performer: "A Little Less Conversation Junkie XL Remix")

2010 Love Ranch (performer: "One Night With You")

2010 Formula 1: BBC Sport (TV series)

– The Monaco Grand Prix: Qualifying (2010) (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes" - uncredited)
– The Spanish Grand Prix (2010) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2010 Dancing on Ice (TV series)

– Episode #5.20 (2010) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")
– Episode #5.6 (2010) (performer: " You're The Devil in Disguise")

2010 Kick-Ass (performer: "Battle Hymn of the Republic")

2010 Atop the Fourth Wall (TV series)

– X-Men #1 (2010) (performer: "Return to Sender")

2010 If I Can Dream (TV series)

– The Journey to Hollywood: Part 1 (2010) (performer: "If I Can Dream" - uncredited)

2010 Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (performer: "A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION JXL RADIO EDIT REMIX")

2009 Hi havia una vegada el disc de La Marató (TV documentary) (writer: "Estima'm tendrament")

2009 Por Toda Minha Vida (TV series documentary)

– Raul Seixas (2009) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock", "Blue Suede Shoes")

2008-2009 Willkommen Österreich (TV series)

– Episode #1.91 (2009) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas" - uncredited)
– Episode #1.83 (2009) (performer: "Teddy Bear" - uncredited)
– Episode #1.51 (2008) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" - uncredited)

2009 All You Need is Love - Meine Schwiegertochter ist ein Mann (TV movie) (performer: "Fever" - uncredited)

2009 Nowhere Boy (performer: "Shake, Rattle and Roll")

2009 Elvis: Love Me Tender - The Love Songs (video documentary) (performer: "Love Me Tender", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "The Wonder of You", "I Just Can't Help Believin'", "Always On My Mind", "What Now My Love", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "There Goes My Everything", "It's Now Or Never", "Are You Lonesome Tonight", "As Long As I Have You", "You Don't Know Me", "Loving You", "Unchained Melody", "I'll Remember You", "For The Good Times", "And I Love You So", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me", "Just Pretend", "Love Me", "Until It's Time For You To Go", "Mary In The Morning", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You")

2009 America's Got Talent (TV series)

– Auditions in New York (2009) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas" - uncredited)

2009 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (performer: "Burning Love")

2006-2009 20 to 1 (TV series documentary)

– Scene-Stealing Songs (2009) (performer: "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'")
– Amazing Moments in Music (2007) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")
– World's Best Love Songs (2006) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")
– Greatest Songs of All Time (2006) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2008-2009 Dancing with the Stars (TV series)

– Round 1: Part 1 (2009) ("Are You Lonesome Tonight" - uncredited)
– Round 5 (2008) (performer: "Don't Be Cruel" - uncredited)

2009 He's Just Not That Into You (performer: "I Got A Woman")

2007-2009 Banda sonora (TV series)

– Episode #5.1 (2009) (performer: "Suspicious Minds")
– Episode #3.15 (2008) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")
– Episode #3.14 (2008) (performer: "Hound Dog")
– Episode #1.12 (2007) (performer: "Houng Dog")

2009 Powder Blue (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2008 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (TV series)

– Jennifer Aniston/Pilobolus (2008) (performer: "Here Comes Santa Claus Right Down Santa Claus Lane")

2008 Cadillac Records (performer: "My Babe")

2008 Killshot (performer: "It Hurts Me", "Doin' The Best I Can", "Suspicion")

2008 The Express (performer: "Mess Of Blues")

2008 Last Man Hanging (TV movie) ("Its Now Or Never")

2008 60/90 (TV series)

– Los Picapiedra i Lady Di (2008) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (performer: "Hound Dog")

2008 My Name Is Earl (TV series)

– Love Octagon (2008) (performer: "Burning Love" - uncredited)

2008 Flunked (documentary) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2008 Punklandia (TV series documentary)

– Katupoikien laulu (2008) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

2008 Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure (TV documentary) (performer: "Little Egypt" - uncredited)

2007 Elvis: A Generous Heart (video documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

2007 Elvis: #1 Hit Performances (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender", "All Shook Up" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel", "Hound Dog", "Love Me Tender", "All Shook Up", "Teddy Bear", "Jailhouse Rock", "Stuck On You", "Blue Suede Shoes", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You", "Love Me", "Too Much", "Treat Me Nice", "Trouble", "Wooden Heart", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Rock-a-Hula Baby", "Return To Sender", "Bossa Nova Baby", "That's All Right Mama", "One Night", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "If I Can Dream", "In the Ghetto", "Suspicious Minds", "Don't Cry Daddy", "The Wonder of You", "A Big Hunk O' Love", "Burning Love", "An American Trilogy")

2007 P2 (performer: "Blue Christmas")

2007 Fred Claus (performer: "Santa Claus Is Back in Town", "Rubberneckin' Paul Oakenfold Remix")

2007 Cold Case (TV series)

– Devil Music (2007) (performer: "Can't Help Falling In Love" - uncredited)

2007 The Game Plan (performer: "Jailhouse Rock", "Burning Love", "Rubberneckin'")

2007 Elvis: Viva Las Vegas (TV documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender")

2007 Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who (documentary) (arranger: "C.C. Rider")

2007 The Oprah Winfrey Show (TV series)

– Episode dated 10 September 2007 (2007) (performer: "In the Ghetto")

2007 The Brave One (performer: "You Don't Know Me")

2007 Good Morning America (TV series)

– Episode dated 16 August 2007 (2007) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "In The Ghetto", "Five Sleepy Heads", "Love Me Tender")

2007 Kymmenen uutiset (TV series)

– Episode dated 15 August 2007 (2007) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender", "Jailhouse Rock")

2007 The Scene That Stole Jailhouse Rock (video short) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2007 Kingdom: Elvis in Vegas (video documentary short) (performer: "C'mon Everbody", "Viva Las Vegas")

2001-2007 American Masters (TV series documentary)

– Les Paul: Chasing Sound (2007) ("Shake, Rattle, and Roll")
– Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records (2001) (performer: "Good Rockin' Tonight", "That's All Right", "Ready Teddy")

2007 Big Love (TV series)

– Rock and a Hard Place (2007) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")
– Damage Control (2007) ("Rock a Hula Baby")

2007 100 Tears (performer: "Baby Doll")

2007 It Takes Two (TV series)

– Episode #2.5 (2007) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2007/I Crazy Love (documentary) (performer: "Burning Love")

2007 California Dreamin' (writer: "Love Me Tender")

2007 The Sopranos (TV series)

– The Second Coming (2007) (performer: "Suspicious Minds" - uncredited)

2006-2007 ER (TV series)

– I Don't (2007) (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love")
– If Not Now (2006) (performer: "Blue Christmas" - uncredited)

2007 Lucky You (writer: "All Shook Up")

2007 Next (performer: "A Little Less Conversation" JXL Remix)

2007 The Angry Video Game Nerd (TV series)

– Ghostbusters: Conclusion (2007) (performer: " You're the Devil in Disguise" - uncredited)

2007 Elvis Lives: The 25th Anniversary Concert, 'Live' from Memphis (video) (performer: "See See Rider", "Burning Love", "Welcome To My World", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "Steamroller Blues", "An American Trilogy", "My Way", "Suspicious Minds", "In the Ghetto", "Can't Help Falling In Love")

2007 Elvis - Up Close and Personal (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel ", "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "Heartbreak Hotel ", "Hound Dog", "Tutti Frutti", "Shake, Rattle And Roll", "Baby Let's Play House", "Ready Teddy", "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Peace In The Valley", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again")

2007 Hounddog (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Hound Dog", "There Will Be Peace in the Valley for Me", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender")

2007 Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten (documentary) (performer: "Crawfish")

2007 Jukebox Rock 'n' Roll Vol. 1 (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Don't Be Cruel", "Too Much")

2005-2006 Las Vegas (TV series)

– White Christmas (2006) (performer: "White Christmas', "Here Comes Santa Claus", "Merry Christmas Baby", "Blue Christmas", "Silent Night", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Winter Wonderland")
– Meatball Montecito (2006) (performer: "White Christmas", "Here Comes Santa Claus", "Merry Christmas Baby", "Blue Christmas", "Silent Night", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Winter Wonderland")
– Viva Las Vegas (2005) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2006 Bad Faith (performer: "Suspicious minds")

2006 La imagen de tu vida (TV series)

– Episode #1.12 (2006) (performer: "Suspicious Minds")

2006 Elvis: The Ed Sullivan Shows (video documentary) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Hound Dog", "Peace In the Valley", "Ready Teddy", "Heartbreak Hotel")

2006 Happy Feet (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2006 Elvis Presley: Love Me Tender (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Burning Love", "I Got A Woman", "That's All Right Mama", "Something", "Hound Dog", "Baby What You Want Me To Do", "You Gave Me a Mountain", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Steamroller Blues", "Love Me Tender", "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "My Way", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "Love Me", "Just Pretend", "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again / Blue Christmas", "Johnny B. Goode", "The Wonder Of You", "Trying To Get To You", "It's Over", "In The Ghetto", "One Night")

2006 Bones (TV series)

– The Woman in the Sand (2006) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas" - uncredited)

2006 Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash: The Road Show (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Money Honey", "Too Much", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Peace In The Valley", "Shake Rattle 'N' Roll")

2006 Rikospoliisi ei laula (TV series)

– Delfiinityttö (2006) (performer: "Early Morning Rain")

2006 Jackass Number Two (documentary) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2006 Today's Country Music (video) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

2006 Emily Cries (short) (performer: "I Really Don't Want to Know")

2006 Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights - Hollywood to the Heartland (documentary) (performer: "Too Much", "Viva Las Vegas", "Burning Love")

2006 Torvill & Dean's Dancing on Ice (TV series)

– Las Vegas Special (2006) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")
– Episode #1.1 (2006) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation JXL Remix")

2006 Leroy & Stitch (video) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Aloha Oe", "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "Jailhouse Rock" / arranger: "Aloha Oe")

2006 Elvis: Broadcasting Live (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti", "Money Honey", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Hound Dog", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You", "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns Gold Again", "Peace In The Valley")

2006 Kupetzky (TV series)

– Sex (2006) (performer: "Power Of My Love" - uncredited, "It's Now Or Never" - uncredited, "I'm Movin' On" - uncredited, "Mary In The Morning" - uncredited, "Kentucky Rain" - uncredited, "Green Green Grass Of Home" - uncredited, "Good Luck Charm" - uncredited, "Fever" - uncredited, "Teddy Bear" - uncredited)
– Schwiegermutter (2006) (performer: "Power Of My Love" - uncredited, "Anyway You Want Me" - uncredited, "That's All Right Mama" - uncredited, "You're the Devil In Disguise" - uncredited, "Little Sister" - uncredited, "Fever" - uncredited, "Money Honey" - uncredited, "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" - uncredited, "Susan When She Tried" - uncredited, "Don't" - uncredited, "So Glad You're Mine" - uncredited)
– Freizeit (2006) (performer: "Mary In The Morning" - uncredited, "I'm A Roustabout" - uncredited, "Guitar Man" - uncredited, "I've Lost You" - uncredited)
– Schweden (2006) (performer: "Burning Love" - uncredited, "Reconsider Baby" - uncredited, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" - uncredited, "Any Day Now" - uncredited, "It's Impossible" - uncredited)
– Die Blue-Moon-Boys (2006) (performer: "Power Of My Love" - uncredited, "I'm Movin' On" - uncredited, "Yesterday" - uncredited, "Return To Sender" - uncredited, "Way Down" - uncredited, "In the Ghetto" - uncredited, "Burning Love" - uncredited, "Bridge Over Troubled Water" - uncredited, "Blue Suede Shoes" - uncredited, "I've Lost You" - uncredited)
– Der verlorene Sohn (2006) (performer: "I'm Movin' On" - uncredited, "Always On My Mind" - uncredited, "Stranger In The Crowd" - uncredited, "I Got A Feelin' In My Body" - uncredited, "Trouble" - uncredited, "Mystery Train" - uncredited, "An American Trilogy" - uncredited, "My Way" - uncredited)
– Kupetzky hat Schicht (2006) (performer: "I'm Movin' On" - uncredited, "I Just Can't Help Believin'" - uncredited, "Heartbreak Hotel" - uncredited, "Too Much Monkey Business" - uncredited, "Suspicious Minds" - uncredited, "Steamroller Blues" - uncredited, "Stranger In My Own Home Town" - uncredited, "Peace In The Valley" - uncredited, "I've Lost You" - uncredited)

2006 How I Met Your Mother (TV series)

– Nothing Good Happens After 2 AM (2006) (writer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

2006 Alien Autopsy (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2006 Heartbreak Hotel (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

2005 A Tribute to the King (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "All Shook Up")

2005 Little Manhattan (performer: "Only The Strong Survive")

2005 Romance & Cigarettes (performer: "Trouble")

2005 William Eggleston in the Real World (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

2005 Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (video) (performer: "I Need Your Love Tonight", "Rubberneckin", "A Little Less Conversation JXL Radio Edit Remix")

2005 The Skeleton Key (performer: "If I Can Dream")

2005 Entourage (TV series)

– Oh, Mandy (2005) ("A Little Less Conversation JXL Remix" - uncredited)

2005 Rebels on the Run: The Rise and Fall of UNLV Basketball (TV documentary) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2005 C.R.A.Z.Y. (performer: "Santa Claus Is Back in Town")

2005 Elvis by the Presleys (TV documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love", "Fever", "Merry Christmas, Baby", "Trying to Get to You", "Hawaii Wedding Song", "It's Now or Never", "Love Me Tender", "Like A Baby", "C'Mon Everbody", "Early Morning Rain", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Blue Christmas", "In the Ghetto", "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'", "Jailhouse Rock", "Old MacDonald", "Peace In the Valley", "If I Can Dream", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Suspicious Minds", "Love Me", "The King of the Whole Wide World", "Bossa Nova Baby", "Separate Ways", "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "It's Over")

2005 Elvis: Golden Greats (video) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Burning Love", "Hound Dog", "Love Me Tender", "Peace In The Valley", "Suspicious Minds", "Fever")

2005 Elvis (TV movie) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "All Shook Up" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Too Much", "All Shook Up", "One Night", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "Surrender", "Return to Sender")

2005 Madman Muntz: American Maverick (documentary) (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes")

2005 Elvis: The Ultimate Live Collection (video) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Hound Dog", "Don't Be Cruel", "Ready Teddy", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again", "Peace In The Valley", "Shake, Rattle and Roll", "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti", "Money Honey")

2002-2005 Smallville (TV series)

– Unsafe (2005) (performer: "It's Now Or Never" - uncredited)
– Heat (2002) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation" - uncredited)

2005 Elvis: The Memphis Flash (video documentary) (performer: "That's All Right Mama", "Blue Moon Of Kentucky", "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine", "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Milkcow Blues Boogie", "You're A Heartbreaker", "Blue Moon", "Shake Rattle and Roll")

2005 Elvis: The Last 24 Hours (TV movie) (writer: "Paralyzed" / performer: "Suspicion", "Don't", "Too Much", "The Girl Of My Best Friend", "Paralyzed", "Love Letters", "Fame and Fortune", "American Trilogy")

2002-2004 Hinter Gittern - Der Frauenknast (TV series)

– Tag der Abrechnung (2004) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")
– Betriebsausflug (2003) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")
– Kleine Fluchten (2002) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2004 Christmas with the Kranks (performer: "Blue Christmas" 1948)

2004 Blackpool (TV series)

– Episode #1.1 (2004) ("Viva Las Vegas", "She's Not You")

2004 Elvis Presley: From the Beginning to the End (video documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

2004 Shark Tale (performer: "A Little Less Conversation Junkie XL Remix")

2004 Nyrölä 3 (TV movie) (performer: "Love Me Tender")

2004 Elvis Has Left the Building (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Hound Dog", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hard Headed Woman", "Return to Sender", "Love Me Tender", "I Got Stung", "Follow That Dream")

2004 The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (writer: "Love Me Tender")

2004 Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 (Video Game) ("Heartbreak Hotel")

2004 AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: America's Greatest Music in the Movies (TV documentary) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2004 Road Trip (TV series documentary)

– Memphis to New Orleans (2004) (performer: "A Big Hunk O' Love")

2004 ...And They Lived Happily Ever After (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love")

2004/I New York Minute (performer: "Rubberneckin' Paul Oakenfold Remix - Radio Edit")

2004 Elvis: The Birth of Rock n' Roll (video documentary) (performer: "That's All Right Mama")

2004 Elvis: 50 Years in Show Business (video documentary) (performer: "Hound Dog")

2003 Ein himmlischer Freund (TV movie) (performer: "Santa Bring My Baby Back To Me")

2003 Big Fish (writer: "All Shook Up" / performer: "All Shook Up")

2003 CMT Crossroads (TV series)

– Melissa Etheridge & Dolly Parton (2003) (writer: "All Shook Up")

2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2003 Elvis Presley: The Back Story, Vol. 1 (video documentary) (performer: "Maybelline", "Blue Moon of Kentucky", "That's Alright Mama")

2003 Intolerable Cruelty (performer: "Suspicious Minds" 1968)

2003 Ed Sullivan's Rock 'n' Roll Classics, Vol. 4: Elvis & Other Rock Greats (video) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Ready Teddy", "Hound Dog", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns to Told Again", "Peace in the Valley")

2003 The Duo (TV series)

– Der Liebhaber (2003) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2003 Barend en Van Dorp (TV series)

– Episode dated 28 May 2003 (2003) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2003 Bruce Almighty (performer: "A Little Less Conversation", "Where Could I Go")

2003 Everybody Loves Raymond (TV series)

– Robert's Wedding (2003) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation" - uncredited)

2003/I The In-Laws (performer: "It's Now or Never")

2003 The Night We Called It a Day (performer: "Tutti Frutti")

2003 The Milton Berle Show: The Lost Elvis (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Shake, Rattle and Roll", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes")

2003 Estradilla: Agents & Elvis (TV movie) (writer: "All Shook Up", "Don't Be Cruel", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender")

2002 The Sun Days with Elvis (video documentary) (performer: "That's Allright")

2002 Rumble (performer: "Blue Moon")

2001-2002 Crossing Jordan (TV series)

– There's No Place Like Home (2002) (performer: "Little Less Conversation" - uncredited)
– Miracles & Wonders (2002) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited, "Love Me Tender" - uncredited, "Are You Lonesome Tonight" - uncredited)
– Blue Christmas (2001) (performer: "Blue Christmas" - uncredited)

2002 Elvis: Rare Moments with the King (video documentary) (performer: "I Want You I Need You I Love You", "Hound Dog")

2002 Fassbinder in Hollywood (documentary) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2002 Stitch Experiment 626 (Video Game) (performer: "Slicin' Sand")

2002 Lilo & Stitch (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Suspicious Minds", "Stuck on You", "Hound Dog", "Heartbreak Hotel", "You're the Devil in Disguise", "Blue Hawaii")

2002 Die Frauenversteher - Männer unter sich (TV movie) (performer: "It's Now or Never")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: Elvis and the Colonel (video documentary) (performer: "CC Rider")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: Elvis and Priscilla (video documentary) (performer: "Today, Tomorrow and Forever", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Viva Las Vegas", "Double Trouble")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Army Years (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "G.I. Blues", "Heartbreak Hotel")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Hollywood Years - Part II: 1962-1969 (video documentary) (performer: "C'mon Everybody", "Beach Shack", "Follow That Dream", "Girls! Girls! Girls!", "Return to Sender", "Marguerita", "Bossa Nova Baby", "Viva Las Vegas", "Kissin' Cousins", "Spring Fever")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Hollywood Years - Part I: 1956-1961 (video documentary) (writer: "Poor Boy", "Love Me Tender", "We're Gonna Move" / performer: "Money Honey", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Poor Boy", "Love Me Tender", "We're Gonna Move", "Teddy Bear', "Jailhouse Rock", "King Creole", "Wild in the Country", "G.I. Blues")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Television Years (video documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Baby Let's Play House", "Ready Teddy", "Hound Dog", "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Stuck on You")

2002 The Definitive Elvis: The Memphis Years (video documentary short) (performer: "My Happiness", "I Was the One", "Hound Dog")

2002 The Rookie (writer: "Run On" / performer: "Run On")

2002 Elvis Presley: His Early Performances (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Flip, Flop and Fly", "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti", "Money Honey", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Hound Dog", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You", "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Love Me", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again", "Peace in the Valley")

2002 Sinatra: The Classic Duets (TV documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited / performer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited, "Witchcraft" - uncredited)

2001 Black Hawk Down (performer: "Suspicious Minds", "You're the Devil in Disguise")

2001 Formula 51 (writer: "Don't Be Cruel To a Heart That's True" / as Presley)

2001 Ocean's Eleven (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2001 Shot in the Heart (TV movie) (performer: "Old Shep")

2001 Elvis: The Missing Years (video documentary) (performer: "Maybellene", "That's Alright Mama", "Blue Moon of Kentucky")

2001 An American Rhapsody (writer: "All Shook Up" 1957 / performer: "All Shook Up" 1957)

2001 Ed (TV series)

– Mixed Signals (2001) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

2001 The Lone Gunmen (TV series)

– Tango de los Pistoleros (2001) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")
– Maximum Byers (2001) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

2001 Classic Albums: Elvis Presley (video documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "That's All Right", "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Money Honey", "I Was The One", "Shake Rattle And Roll", "Mystery Train")

2001 3000 Miles to Graceland (performer: "Trouble", "Such a Night", "My Way")

2001 Blow Dry (performer: "I Just Can't Help Believing")

2001 Super Bowl XXXV (TV movie) (performer: "A Little Less Conversation")

2000 Cast Away (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "All Shook Up", "Return to Sender" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "All Shook Up", "Blue Christmas", "Return to Sender")

2000 Coyote Ugly (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love")

2000 He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley (video documentary) (performer: "Peace in the Valley", "How Great Thou Art", "Swing Down Sweet Chariot", "Where Could I Go", "I, John", "He Touched Me" / "Swing Down Sweet Chariot")

2000 Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (1955-1970) (TV documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Let Me", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Let Me", "Love Me Tender", "Teddy Bear", "Jailhouse Rock", "King Creole", "G.I. Blues", "Rock-a-Hula Baby", "C'mon Everybody", "That's All Right")

2000 Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story (TV movie) (writer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

2000 Sorted (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel")

2000 Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock'n'Roll (TV documentary) (performer: "That's All Right Mama")

2000 Frequency (performer: "Suspicious Minds")

1999 Mamy Blue (performer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1999 Jeff Buckley: Remembered (TV documentary) (performer: "Mystery Train")

1999 Liberty Heights (performer: "Blue Moon")

1999 Fanny and Elvis (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "The Wonder of You")

1999 Diamonds (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?")

1999 Love Stinks (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love", "C'Mon Everybody", "The Wonder of You", "Loving You", " You're the Devil in Disguise")

1999 Friends (TV series)

– The One in Vegas: Part 1 (1999) (performer: "Viva, Las Vegas!" - uncredited)
– The One in Vegas: Part 2 (1999) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

1999 October Sky (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1999 The Simpsons (TV series)

– Viva Ned Flanders (1999) (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

1998 I'll Be Home for Christmas (performer: "Here Comes Santa Claus")

1998 Practical Magic (performer: "Always On My Mind")

1998 Little Voice (performer: "The Wonder of You" 1959)

1998 Pleasantville (performer: " Let Me Be YourTeddy Bear")

1998 Clay Pigeons (performer: "I Got Stung", "It's Now or Never")

1998 Finding Graceland (performer: "Rip It Up", "One Night", "Long Black Limousine", "If I Can Dream")

1998 The Odd Couple II (performer: "Little Sister")

1998 Die Mädchenfalle - Der Tod kommt online (TV movie) (performer: "Don't Be Cruel" - uncredited)

1992-1998 Tohuwabohu (TV series)

– 18. Juli 1998 (1998) (performer: "All Shook Up" - uncredited)
– 9&vierzig (1998) (performer: "Teddy Bear" - uncredited)
– Best & rest 8-26: Halb hundertvier (1998) (performer: "In The Ghetto" - uncredited)
– Tohu-Nacht Revue 1990-1997 (1997) (performer: "Treat Me Nice" - uncredited)
– Tralala 2 bzw. 40 (1997) (performer: "Return To Sender" - uncredited)
– Reg. Nr. 27 (1996) (performer: "Return to Sender" - uncredited)
– Montreux-Mix II (1995) (performer: "In the Ghetto" - uncredited)
– Episode #3.3 (1993) (performer: "Trouble" - uncredited)
– Folge 12 - Das Schlechteste aus Tohuwabohu (1993) (performer: "In the Ghetto" - uncredited)
– Kapitel 5 (1992) (performer: "Treat Me Nice" - uncredited)

1997 A Life Less Ordinary (performer: "ALWAYS ON MY MIND")

1997 Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis (performer: "The Wonder Of You")

1997 Men in Black (performer: "The Promised Land")

1997 The Shining (TV mini-series)

1997 Inventing the Abbotts (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1997 Fools Rush In (performer: "Jailhouse Rock", "It's Now Or Never", "Can't Help Falling In Love")

1997 Elvis: The Great Performances, Vol. 3 - From the Waist Up (video documentary) (performer: "Baby, Let's Play House", "Peace in the Valley")

1997 Gypsy Magic ("It's Now or Never")

1996 My Fellow Americans (performer: "Treat Me Nice")

1996 The Last of the High Kings (performer: "Blue Suede shoes")

1996 Jerry Maguire (performer: "Pocketful of Rainbows")

1996 Was It Something I Said? (short) (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love")

1996 The Long Kiss Goodnight (performer: "Santa Claus Is Back In Town")

1996 El gusto es nuestro (TV movie) ("Estremécete All Shook Up")

1996 Devil's Island (writer: "All Shook Up")

1996 Ik ben je moeder niet (TV series)

– De Zus van Trudy (1996) (performer: "Hound Dog")

1996 Sgt. Bilko (performer: "Viva Las Vegas")

1996 Elvis: The Complete Story (video documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender", "Loving You", "Jailhouse Rock", "King Creole", "G.I. Blues")

1995 The Beatles Anthology (TV mini-series documentary)

1995 Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (TV movie) (writer: "DON'T BE CRUEL")

1995 Boys on the Side (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1995 El secdleto de la tlompeta (short) (performer: "It's Now or Never", "You Look Like an Angel", "Return to Sender")

1994 Speechless (writer: "All Shook Up" / performer: "All Shook Up")

1994 Miracle on 34th Street (performer: "Santa Claus Is Back in Town")

1994 Takin' Over the Asylum (TV series)

– Fly Like an Eagle (1994) (performer: "Hound Dog")

1994 The Client (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1994 Forrest Gump (performer: "Hound Dog" 1952)

1994 That's Entertainment! III (documentary) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" 1957 - uncredited)

1994 Florida Lady (TV series)

– Nichts als Ärger (1994) (performer: "Suspicious Minds")
– Kein Weg zurück (1994) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight")

1994 Mistah (performer: "Always on my Mind")

1994 Backbeat (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1993 Look Who's Talking Now (performer: "Hound Dog")

1993 True Romance (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1993 The Thing Called Love (performer: "CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE", "MAKE THE WORLD GO AWAY")

1993 Dave (performer: "Don't" 1958)

1993 RoboCop 3 (performer: "Blue Christmas")

1993 The Dark Half (performer: "Are You Lonesome To-night?")

1993 Lipstick on Your Collar (TV mini-series)

– Episode #1.6 (1993) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")
– Episode #1.2 (1993) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel")

1993 Homicide: Life on the Street (TV series)

– Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (1993) (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1993 Melrose Place (TV series)

– Three's a Crowd (1993) (performer: "All Shook Up")

1993 Bluesland: A Portrait in American Music (documentary) (performer: "That's All Right")

1993 Elvis in Hollywood (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender", "Loving You", "Jailhouse Rock", "King Creole", "G.I. Blues")

1992 That Night (performer: "LITTLE SISTER")

1992 Designing Women (TV series)

– The Vision Thing (1992) ("Love Me Tender")

1992 Damned in the U.S.A. (documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" - uncredited / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel" - uncredited)

1992 Elvis: The Lost Performances (video) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel", "All Shook Up", "Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel medley" / performer: "The Wonder Of You", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hound Dog", "Don't Be Cruel", "Don't Cry Daddy", "Make The World Go Away", "I Was The One", "Baby Let's Play House", "Money Honey", "All Shook Up", "Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel medley", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "How Great Thou Art", "Release Me")

1992 Manitbois (TV series)

– Episode #1.2 (1992) (performer: "Devil in Disguise" - uncredited)


1992 MGM: When the Lion Roars (TV mini-series documentary)

– The Lion in Winter (1992) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited)

1992 Canary Brothers of Tondo (performer: "Hound Dog")

1991 Reasonable Doubts (TV series)

– Dicky's Got the Blues (1991) (performer: "Blue Christmas" - uncredited)

1991 Late for Dinner (performer: "Burning Love")

1991 Until the End of the World (performer: "Summer Kisses, Winter Tears")

1991 The Man in the Moon (performer: "Loving You", "That's Alright")

1990 Look Who's Talking Too (writer: "All Shook Up" / performer: "All Shook Up", "Are You Lonesome Tonight")

1990 The Wonder Years (TV series)

– Little Debbie (1990) (performer: "Tutti Frutti" - uncredited)

1990 Die Hard 2 (writer: "LOVE ME TENDER")

1990 Wild at Heart (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1990 Book of Love (performer: "Fools Fall in Love")

1990 Joe Versus the Volcano (performer: "Blue Moon")

1990 Elvis: The Great Performances, Vol. 2 - The Man and the Music (video documentary) (performer: "Trouble", "Return to Sender", "Treat Me Nice", "Shake, Rattle and Roll")

1990 Elvis: The Great Performances - Center Stage, Volume One (video) (performer: "My Happiness", "Ready Teddy", "Unchained Melody", "Blue Suede Shoes")

1990 Elvis in the Movies (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Love Me Tender")

1989 She-Devil (performer: "You're the Devil In Disguise")

1989 Catch Me If You Can (performer: "Hard Headed Woman")

1989 Heart of Dixie (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You")

1989 Great Balls of Fire! (performer: "Teddy Bear")

1989 Mystery Train (performer: "Mystery Train", "Blue Moon")

1989 Gorod Zero (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1989 Quantum Leap (TV series)

– Genesis: Part 1 - September 13, 1956 (1989) (performer: "Hound Dog" - uncredited)

1989 The Tall Guy (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / as E. Presley)

1989 Steven Banks: Home Entertainment Center (TV movie) (writer: "My Way")

1988 Heartbreak Hotel (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "American Triolgy", "Baby, Let's Play House", "Burning Love", "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Heartbreak Hotel", "His Latest Flame", "If I Can Dream", "Love Me", "Mystery Train", "One Night", "Power Of My Love", "Ready Teddy")

1988 Hot to Trot (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1988 Cocktail (writer: "All Shook Up")

1988 French and Saunders (TV series)

– Episode #2.5 (1988) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?")

1987 Overboard (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love")

1987 Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (TV documentary) (performer: "BLUE CHRISTMAS")

1987 The Charmings (TV series)

– A Charming Halloween (1987) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1987 Tin Men (performer: "His Latest Flame")

1987 Lethal Weapon (performer: "I'll Be Home For Christmas" - uncredited)

1987 My Best Friend's Birthday (short) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?")

1987 Elvis '56 (TV documentary) (performer: "My Way", "Baby What You Want Me To Do", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Shake Rattle and Roll", "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti", "My Baby Left Me", "Blue Moon")

1987 Adventures Beyond Belief (TV movie) (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1986 DTV Valentine (TV movie) (performer: "Teddy Bear")

1985 Elvis Gratton: Le king des kings (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1985 The A-Team (TV series)

– The Heart of Rock N' Roll (1985) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1985 Static (performer: "Blue Christmas", "Silent Night")

1985 Kivisydän (TV series)

– Episode #1.1 (1985) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1985 Desert Hearts (performer: "BLUE MOON", "WHEN MY BLUE MOON TURNS TO GOLD")

1985 Elvis: One Night with You (TV special short) (performer: "One Night with You")

1985 Blue Money (TV movie) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender")

1985 Porky's 3: Revenge (writer: "Love Me Tender")

1985 Miami Vice (TV series)

– Made for Each Other (1985) (performer: "Treat Me Nice" - uncredited, "Rubberneckin'" - uncredited)

1985 Mischief (writer: "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel")

1985 Heaven Help Us (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "Hawaiian Wedding Song")

1985 Elvis: Memories (video documentary) (performer: "Memories")

1984 DTV: Pop & Rock (video) (performer: "Stuck On You", "Hound Dog")

1984 This Is Spinal Tap (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1984 Elvis Presley's Graceland (video documentary) (performer: "If I Can Dream")

1983 The Outsiders (performer: "Mystery Train")

1983 De weg (TV series)

– We zijn nog jong (1983) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" - uncredited)

1983 Cool Cats: 25 Years of Rock 'n' Roll Style (video documentary) (performer: "Ready Teddy" - uncredited)

1982 Diner (performer: "Don't Be Cruel")

1981 Shifshuf Naim (writer: "Don't Be Cruel", "All Shook Up", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "All Shook Up", "Love Me Tender", "Fools Rush In")

1981 This Is Elvis (performer: "His Latest Flame", "Moody Blue", "That's All Right Momma", "Shake, Rattle & Roll", "Heartbreak Hotel", "I Was The One", "Hound Dog", "My Baby Left Me", "Love Me Tender", "Merry Christmas, Baby", "Mean Woman Blues", "Trouble", "Ready Teddy", "Don't Be Cruel", "Teddy Bear", "King Creole", "As Long As I Have You", "Jailhouse Rock", "G.I. Blues", "Frankfurt Special", "Stuck On You", "Blue Hawaii", "Rock-A-Hula Baby", "Too Much Monkey Business", "King Of The Whole Wide World", "I've Got A Thing About You Baby", "I Need Your Love Tonight", "Guitar Man", "Let Yourself Go", "The Promised Land", "Big Hunk O'Love", "Viva! Las Vegas", "Suspicious Minds", "If I Can Dream", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Always On My Mind", "Are You Lonesome Tonight", "Love Me" - uncredited, "My Way", "American Trilogy", "Memories", "Witchcraft" / "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender", "Don't Be Cruel")

1981 Derrick (TV series)

– Eine ganz alte Geschichte (1981) (performer: "It's Now or Never")

1980 Touched by Love (writer: "Love Me Tender", "Don't Be Cruel", "Teddy Bear")

1980 Out of the Blue (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Teddy Bear")

1978-1979 Kottan ermittelt (TV series)

– Drohbriefe (1979) (performer: "You're the Devil In Disguise", "Suspicious Minds")
– Nachttankstelle (1978) (performer: "Are You Lonesome Tonight")

1978 Things We Did Last Summer (TV movie) (performer: "The Wonder of You")

1966-1977 Top of the Pops (TV series)

– Episode dated 26 December 1977 (1977) (performer: "Way Down")
– Episode dated 31 March 1977 (1977) (performer: "Moody Blue")
– Episode dated 17 March 1977 (1977) (performer: "Moody Blue")
– Episode dated 20 January 1977 (1977) (performer: "Suspicion")
– Episode dated 14 July 1966 (1966) (performer: "Love Letters" - uncredited)

1977 Elvis in Concert (TV special documentary) (performer: "See See Rider", "That's All Right Mama", "Are You Lonesome Tonight", "Teddy Bear", "Don't Be Cruel", "You Gave Me a Mountain", "Jailhouse Rock", "How Great Thou Art", "I Really Don't Want to Know", "Hurt", "Hound Dog", "My Way", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "I Got a Woman", "If You Love Me Let Me Know")

1977 Unfinished Business ("Estremécete" / as Presley)

1977 The Story of Elvis Presley (documentary) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Let Me", "We're Gonna Move", "Love Me Tender", "Poor Boy" / performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Let Me", "We're Gonna Move", "Love Me Tender", "Poor Boy", "Loving You", "Fame and Fortune", "Stuck On You", "Witchcraft", "G.I. Blues", "Frankfurt Special", "Hound Dog", "All Shook Up")

1976 Teenage Cover Girls (performer: "Treat Me Nice" - uncredited, "Too Much" - uncredited)

1975 Klimbim (TV series)

– 12 (1975) (performer: "Hound Dog")

1975 Fox and His Friends (performer: "One Night")

1973 World on a Wire (TV movie) (performer: "Trouble")

1973 Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii - Rehearsal Concert (TV movie) (performer: "C.C. Rider", "My Way", "Big Hunk Of Love", "An American Trilogy", "Ku'u Ipo", "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", "Long Tall Sally", "Hawaiian Wedding Song", "I'll Remember You", "Suspicious Minds", "Welcome To My World", "Fever", "What Now My Love", "Blue Hawaii", "Hound Dog", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Can't Help Falling in Love", "It's Over", "Love Me", "Steamroller Blues", "Something", "Early Morning Rain")

1973 Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii (TV special documentary) (performer: "C.C. Rider", "Burning Love", "Something", "You Gave Me A Mountain", "Early Morning Rain", "Steamroller Blues", "My Way", "Love Me", "Johnny B. Goode", "It's Over", "Blue Suede Shoes", "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "I Can't Stop Loving You", "Hound Dog", "Blue Hawaii", "What Now My Love", "Fever", "Welcome To My World", "Suspicious Minds", "I'll Remember You", "Hawaiian Wedding Song", "Long Tall Sally", "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", "Ku'u Ipo", "An American Trilogy", "Big Hunk Of Love", "Can't Help Falling in Love")

1972 Elvis on Tour (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "See See Rider", "Polk Salad Annie", "Separate Ways", "Proud Mary", "Never Been To Spain", "Burning Love", "Don't Be Cruel", "Ready Teddy", "That's All Right", "Lead Me, Guide Me", "Bosom Of Abraham", "Love Me Tender", "Until It's Time For You To Go", "Suspicious Minds", "I John", "Bridge Over Troubled Water", "Funny How Time Slips Away", "An American Trilogy", "Mystery Train", "I Got a Woman", "A Big Hunk O' Love", "You Gave Me A Mountain", "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Memories")

1972 Little Sisters (performer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

1972 Cocksucker Blues (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

1971 Beware of a Holy Whore (performer: "Santa Lucia")

1971 Rio das Mortes (TV movie) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock")

1970 Elvis: That's the Way It Is (documentary) (writer: "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel", "All Shook Up" / performer: "One Night with You", "Sweet Caroline", "Mystery Train", "Tiger Man", "The Next Step Is Love", "Polk Salad Annie", "Cryin' Time", "Little Sister", "What'd I Say?", "How the Web Was Woven", "Stranger in the Crowd", "I Just Can't Help Believing", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me", "Bridge Over Troubled Water", "You've Lost That Loving Feeling", "Mary In the Morning", "I've Lost You", "Patch It Up", "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes", "All Shook Up", "Suspicious Minds", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Words", "That's All Right Mama")

1969 Change of Habit (performer: "Change of Habit", "Rubberneckin'" - uncredited, "Have a Happy" - uncredited, "Let Us Pray")

1969 The Trouble with Girls (performer: "Almost" - uncredited, "Clean Up Your Own Back Yard" - uncredited, "Swing Down Sweet Chariot" - uncredited, "Violet Flower of NYU" - uncredited, "Signs of the Zodiac" - uncredited)

1969 Mondo Trasho ("I Want You, I Need You, I Love You", "Rip It Up", "I Got Stung", "Trouble")

1969 Charro! (performer: "Charro!")

1968 Elvis (TV movie) (writer: "All Shook Up", "Don't Be Cruel", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "A Little Less Conversation", "All Shook Up", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "Baby, What You Want Me to Do", "Big Boss Man", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Don't Be Cruel", "Guitar Man", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hound Dog", "If I Can Dream", "It Hurts Me", "Jailhouse Rock", "Lawdy, Miss Clawdy", "Let Yourself Go", "Little Egypt", "Love Me Tender", "MacArthur Park", "Memories", "Nothingville", "One Night", "Santa Claus Is Back In Town", "Saved", "Tiger Man", "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child / Where Could I Go But to the Lord / Up Above My Head / I Found That Light / Saved", "That's All Right", "Trying To Get To You", "Baby, What You Want Me To Do?", "Trouble")

1968 Live a Little, Love a Little (performer: "Wonderful World" - uncredited, "Edge of Reality" - uncredited, "A Little Less Conversation" - uncredited, "Almost in Love" - uncredited)

1968 Speedway (performer: "Speedway" - uncredited, "Let Yourself Go" - uncredited, "Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby" - uncredited, "He's Your Uncle, Not Your Dad" - uncredited, "Who Are You, Who Am I" - uncredited, "There Ain't Nothing Like a Song" - uncredited, "Five Sleepy Heads" - uncredited, "Western Union" - uncredited, "Mine" - uncredited, "Goin' Home" - uncredited, "Suppose" - uncredited)

1968 Stay Away, Joe (performer: "Stay Away, Joe", "Lovely Mamie" - uncredited, "Dominic" - uncredited, "All I Needed Was the Rain" - uncredited, "Stay Away" - uncredited)

1968 The Movie Orgy (documentary) (performer: "Hound Dog")

1967 Clambake (performer: "Clambake", "Who Needs Money?", "A House That Has Everything", "Confidence", "You Don't Know Me", "Hey, Hey, Hey", "The Girl I Never Loved", "How Can You Lose What You Never Had")

1967 Double Trouble (performer: "Double Trouble" - uncredited, "Baby, If You Give Me All Your Love" - uncredited, "Could I Fall In Love" - uncredited, "Long Legged Girl With The Short Dress On" - uncredited, "City by Night" - uncredited, "Old MacDonald" - uncredited, "I Love Only One Girl" - uncredited, "There's So Much World To See" - uncredited, "It Won't Be Long" - uncredited)

1967 Easy Come, Easy Go (performer: "Easy Come, Easy Go", "The Love Machine", "Yoga Is As Yoga Does", "You Gotta Stop", "Sing You Children", "I'll Take Love", "She's a Machine", "Leave My Woman Alone")

1966 Spinout (performer: "Spinout" - uncredited, "Stop Look And Listen" - uncredited, "Adam And Evil" - uncredited, "All That I Am" - uncredited, "Never Say Yes" - uncredited, "Am I Ready" - uncredited, "Beach Shack" - uncredited, "Smorgasbord" - uncredited, "I'll Be Back" - uncredited)

1966 Paradise, Hawaiian Style (performer: "Paradise, Hawaiian Style", "Scratch My Back Then I'll Scratch Yours", "Stop Where You Are", "This Is My Heaven", "House of Sand", "Queen Wahine's Papaya", "Datin'", "Drums of the Islands", "A Dog's Life", "Sand Castles")

1966 Frankie and Johnny (performer: "Come Along" - uncredited, "Petunia the Gardener's Daughter" - uncredited, "Chesay" - uncredited, "What Every Woman Lives For" - uncredited, "Frankie and Johnny" - uncredited, "Look Out Broadway" - uncredited, "Beginner's Luck" - uncredited, "Down By the Riverside / When the Saints Go Marching In" - uncredited, "Shout It Out" - uncredited, "Hard Luck" - uncredited, "Please Don't Stop Loving Me" - uncredited, "Everybody Come Aboard" - uncredited)

1965 Harum Scarum (performer: "HARUM SCARUM" - uncredited, "GOLDEN COINS" - uncredited, "SHAKE THAT TAMBOURINE" - uncredited, "ANIMAL INSTINCT" - uncredited, "WISDOM OF THE AGES" - uncredited, "HEY LITTLE GIRL" - uncredited, "SO CLOSE, YET SO FAR FROM PARADISE" - uncredited, "MY DEAREST SERENADE" - uncredited)

1965 The Lawrence Welk Show (TV series)

– Songs of the Sun and Moon (1965) (writer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

1965 Tickle Me (performer: "It's a Long Lonely Highway", "It Feels So Right", "Such An Easy Question", "Dirty Dirty Feeling", "Put the Blame on Me", "I'm Yours", "Night Rider", "I Feel That I've Known You Forever", "Slowly But Surely")

1965 Shindig! (TV series)

– Episode #1.34 (1965) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel", "All Shook Up", "Poor Boy")

1965 Girl Happy (performer: "Do The Clam" - uncredited, "Girl Happy" - uncredited, "Cross My Heart and Hope to Die" - uncredited, "Do Not Disturb" - uncredited, "Spring Fever" - uncredited, "Wolf Call" - uncredited, "Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce" - uncredited, "Puppet On a String" - uncredited, "I've Got to Find My Baby" - uncredited, "The Meanest Girl in Town" - uncredited, "Startin' Tonight" - uncredited)

1964 Roustabout (performer: "Roustabout", "Poison Ivy League", "One Track Heart", "Wheels On My Heels", "It's a Wonderful World", "It's Carnival Time", "Carny Town", "Hard Knocks", "There's a Brand New Day On the Horizon", "Big Love, Big Heartache", "Little Egypt")

1964 The Age of Violence (writer: "El Hotel de los Corazones Rotos Heartbreak Hotel")

1964 Viva Las Vegas (performer: "The Yellow Rose of Texas/The Eyes of Texas" - uncredited, "The Lady Loves Me" - uncredited, "What'd I Say" - uncredited, "Viva Las Vegas" - uncredited, "I Need Somebody to Lean On" - uncredited, "Come On, Everybody" - uncredited, "Today, Tomorrow and Forever" - uncredited, "Santa Lucia" - uncredited, "If You Think I Don't Need You" - uncredited, "Do The Vega" - uncredited, "Night Life" - uncredited, "You're The Boss" - uncredited)

1964 Kissin' Cousins (performer: "Kissin' Cousins" - uncredited, "Smokey Mountain Boy" - uncredited, "One Boy, Two Little Girls" - uncredited, "Catchin' On Fast" - uncredited, "Tender Feeling" - uncredited, "Barefoot Ballad" - uncredited, "Once Is Enough" - uncredited, "Kissin' Cousins No.2" - uncredited, "There's Gold in the Mountains" - uncredited, "Anyone Could Fall In Love With You" - uncredited, "Echoes of Love" - uncredited, " It's a Long Lonely Highway" - uncredited)

1964 Scorpio Rising (short) (performer: " You're The Devil in Disguise" - uncredited)

1963 Fun in Acapulco (performer: "Fun In Acapulco", "Vino, Dinero Y Amor", "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here", "Mexico", "El Toro", "Marguerita", "The Bullfighter Was A Lady", "There's No Room To Rhumba In A Sports Car", "Bossa Nova Baby", "You Can't Say No In Acapulco", "Guadalajara")

1963 It Happened at the World's Fair (performer: "Beyond the Bend" - uncredited, "Relax" - uncredited, "Take Me to the Fair" - uncredited, "They Remind Me Too Much of You" - uncredited, "One Broken Heart for Sale" - uncredited, "I'm Falling In Love Tonight" - uncredited, "Cotton Candy Land" - uncredited, "A World of Our Own" - uncredited, "How Would You Like to Be" - uncredited, "Happy Ending" - uncredited)

1962 Girls! Girls! Girls! (performer: "Girls! Girls! Girls!", "I Don't Wanna Be Tied", "We'll Be Together", "A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You", "Earth Boy", "Return To Sender", "Because Of Love", "Thanks To The Rolling Sea", "Song Of The Shrimp", "The Walls Have Ears", "We're Coming In Loaded", "Dainty Little Moonbeams", "I Don't Want To", "Where Do You Come From")

1962 Kid Galahad (performer: "King of the Whole Wide World", "This Is Living", "Riding the Rainbow", "Home Is Where the Heart Is", "I Got Lucky", "A Whistling Tune")

1962 Follow That Dream (performer: "What a Wonderful Life", "I'm Not the Marrying Kind", "Sound Advice", "Follow That Dream", "Angel")

1961 Blue Hawaii (performer: "Blue Hawaii", "Almost Always True", "Aloha Oe", "No More", "Can't Help Falling In Love", "Rock-a-Hula Baby", "Moonlight Swim", "Ku-u-i-Po", "Ito Eats", "Slicin' Sand", "Hawaiian Sunset", "Beach Boy Blues", "Island Of Love Kauai", "Hawaiian wedding Song")

1961 Wild in the Country (performer: "Wild in the Country", "I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell" - uncredited, "In My Way" - uncredited, "Husky Dusky Day" - uncredited, "Lonely Man" - uncredited, "Surrender" - uncredited)

1960 Flaming Star (performer: "A Cane And A High Starched Collar", "Flaming Star")

1960 G.I. Blues (performer: "What's She Really Like", "G.I. Blues", "Doin' The Best I Can", "Blue Suede Shoes", "Frankfort Special", "Shoppin' Around", "Tonight Is So Right For Love", "Wooden Heart", "Pocketful Of Rainbows", "Big Boots", "Didja Ever")

1960 Frank Sinatra's Welcome Home Party for Elvis Presley (TV special) (writer: "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Witchcraft", "Fame and Fortune", "Stuck on You", "It's Very Nice" - uncredited)

1958 King Creole (performer: "Crawfish", "Steadfast, Loyal And True", "Lover Doll", "Trouble", "Dixieland Rock", "Young Dreams", "New Orleans", "Hard Headed Woman", "King Creole", "Don't Ask Me Why", "As Long As I Have You")

1957 The Lux Show (TV series)

– Episode #1.7 (1957) (writer: "All Shook Up" - uncredited)

1957 Jailhouse Rock (performer: "Young And Beautiful" - uncredited, "I Want To Be Free" - uncredited, "Don't Leave Me Now" - uncredited, "Treat Me Nice" - uncredited, "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited, " You're So Square Baby I Don't Care" - uncredited / "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited)

1957 Loving You (performer: "Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do", " Let's Have A Party", "Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear", "Hot Dog", "Lonesome Cowboy", "Mean Woman Blues", "Loving You")

1956-1957 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV series)

– Episode #10.16 (1957) (writer: "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel" / performer: "Hound Dog", "Love Me Tender", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Don't Be Cruel", "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again", "Peace in the Valley")
– Episode #10.6 (1956) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Love Me", "Hound Dog")
– Episode #9.51 (1956) (writer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender" / performer: "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", "Ready Teddy", "Hound Dog")

1956 The Jack Benny Program (TV series)

– Jack's Maxwell Is Stolen (1956) (performer: "Love Me Tender" - uncredited)

1956 Love Me Tender (writer: "LOVE ME TENDER", "LET ME", "POOR BOY", "WE'RE GONNA MOVE" / performer: "LOVE ME TENDER", "LET ME", "POOR BOY", "WE'RE GONNA MOVE")

1956 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV series)

– Episode #1.2 (1956) (performer: "Hound Dog", "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You")

1956 Your Hit Parade (TV series)

– Episode dated 9 June 1956 (1956) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")
– Episode dated 2 June 1956 (1956) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel")

1956 The Buick-Berle Show (TV series)

– Episode #8.10 (1956) (writer: "Heartbreak Hotel" / performer: "Shake, Rattle and Roll", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Blue Suede Shoes")

1956 Stage Show (TV series)

– Episode dated 18 February 1956 (1956) (performer: "Tutti Frutti", "I Was The One")
– Episode dated 11 February 1956 (1956) (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "Heartbreak Hotel")
– Episode dated 4 February 1956 (1956) (performer: "Baby Let's Play House", "Tutti Frutti")
– Episode dated 28 January 1956 (1956) (performer: "I Got A Woman", "Shake Rattle And Roll / Flip Flop And Fly")

1955 The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey (documentary) (performer: "That's All Right, Mama", "Mystery Train", "Good Rockin' Tonight")

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Etude Shan       The 36th anniversary of his death 8-16-2013 12:16 PM
The 36th anniversary of his death

Thousands honor Elvis Presley at Graceland vigil
Aug. 16, 2013
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Elvis Presley fans from around the world made their annual pilgrimage to Graceland on Thursday to pay their respects to the rock 'n' roll icon with a solemn candlelight vigil on the 36th anniversary of his death.

Thousands of Presley fans carried lit candles as they walked silently through the Meditation Garden at Graceland, Presley's longtime Memphis home. The garden is the location of Presley's grave and also is the spot where his mother, father and grandmother are buried.

Wreaths of flowers and pictures of Presley encircled the grave, while shadows cast by the glowing candles danced along the stone wall surrounding the garden. Soft music played in the mild night as some in the procession bowed their heads or cried quietly.

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Each year, fans of Presley's music and movies come to Memphis for Elvis Week, the weeklong celebration of his life and career. Presley died on Aug. 16, 1977, of a heart attack after battling prescription drug abuse.

The vigil is the highlight of Elvis Week, which this year featured a listening party at Stax Records for the recent release of the three-CD box set "Elvis at Stax." Performances by Presley tribute artists and a screening of the "Aloha from Hawaii" television program from January 1973 are other featured events of the weeklong reunion, which wraps up Saturday.

Police estimated 35,000 people would attend the vigil. Last year, an estimated 75,000 people descended on Graceland for the event. Elvis' ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, and his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, spoke at last year's event, the first time they appeared together at the vigil since it began.

Christine Jeffords made her fifth trip to Graceland with her husband, Jon, and three other members of a fan club called the Elvis Midwest Mafia, whose members are from Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. They wore red T-shirts with Presley's image emblazoned on a king of hearts playing card on the front.

The back of their shirts had a quote that gives one reason why fans have made repeated trips to Memphis for Elvis Week and the vigil: "If you have a friend who is an Elvis fan, you have a friend for life."

"Where else can you go where you meet people from year to year who have the same passion?" said Christine Jeffords, a pre-school teacher from Hartford, Wis.

Jeffords, 52, smiles when she talks about buying her first Elvis 45 single, "Let Yourself Go," which she bought as a young teen with money she had saved from babysitting jobs. She said the vigil is a way to remember not only his career, but also his giving personality and ability to make people happy with his music.

"If you were sad or happy or whatever, he was such a big part of your life," Jeffords said. "I always felt in my heart that he was a good person, a beautiful person."

The vigil started as an informal gathering the year after his death. It has blossomed into a major tourist event. Fans begin lining up along the outer wall of Graceland about 12 hours before the vigil, and many will stay until the early morning hours of the next day.

The event also has become an international affair and a tribute to the Tupelo, Miss., native's worldwide popularity, hosting fans from Australia, Brazil, England and Japan and other countries.

Miguel Salinas Caceres, 53, came with other members of a fan club whose members are from Chile. Making his first visit to Graceland, Salinas Caceres recalled making scrapbooks of newspaper article clippings about Presley when he was a teen.

The articles and scrapbooks were a way he and his family followed and learned about Presley because they could not afford a record player or the records. He said his family used to pay a neighbor who owned a television so that they could watch Presley movies and other TV programs at the neighbors' house.

"For a person who is an Elvis fan and has the chance to come to the place he lived, it's emotional for me," said Salinas Caceres, of Santiago, Chile. "It's hard to believe that I'm here on the street where he walked, the street corners where he stood, the restaurants where he ate."

His fellow fan club member Rodrigo Gandarillas, a native Chilean who now lives in Houston, is on his second visit to Graceland. An Elvis tribute artist himself, the 39-year-old Gandarillas said the vigil is a way to give thanks for the enjoyment Presley has given him.

"The thing that impacts me the most about the vigil is the large amount of people from different countries, different races and different languages who understand the King's musical message," Gandarillas said.
Histon       Elvis FAQ . August 16, 1977.37 years ago tod 8-16-2014 07:13 AM

When was Elvis Born? When did Elvis die? How many movies did he star in? How many records has he sold? We get a lot of questions about Elvis’ life and legacy – here are some of the most common questions we get, along with official answers from Elvis Presley Enterprises.

When was Elvis born?

January 8, 1935

When did Elvis die?
Elvis Presley passed away due to heart failure August 16, 1977, at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. He was 42 years old.

Where was Elvis born?

Tupelo, Mississippi

What year did Elvis graduate from Humes High School?


When did Elvis get his first guitar?

He received one purchased from Tupelo Hardware Company on January 8, 1946 - his 11th birthday.

When did the Presley family move to Memphis?

November of 1948

Before becoming famous Elvis drove a delivery truck for what Memphis company?

Crown Electric

When did Elvis record his first record at Sun Studio?

He recorded "That's All Right" on July 5, 1954.

Where was Elvis' first billed performance?

He performed at Overton Park Shell on July 30, 1954

On what Saturday radio show did Elvis regularly perform?

Louisiana Hayride from Shreveport, Louisiana

For what product did Elvis make his only commercial?

Southern Made Doughnuts radio jingle while on the Louisiana Hayride

What was Elvis' first gold record?

"Heartbreak Hotel"

On what show was Elvis' first national TV appearance?

Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey Stage Show on January 28, 1956

What year is the pink Cadillac in the Elvis Presley Car Museum?

1955 Fleetwood

Where was the first house Elvis purchased?

1034 Audubon Drive, Memphis, Tennessee

When did Elvis purchase Graceland?

March of 1957 for $102,500

Who did Elvis buy Graceland from?

Mrs. Ruth Brown Moore, former wife of Dr. Thomas Moore

How many movies did Elvis make?

31 feature films and 2 concert documentaries

What was Elvis' first movie?

"Love Me Tender"

Name the only three cities outside of the U.S., where Elvis performed.

Ottawa, Vancouver and Toronto, Canada.

Who did Elvis marry?
Elvis Presley's wife was Priscilla (Beaulieu) Presley.

At what hotel in Las Vegas were Elvis and Priscilla married?

Aladdin Hotel on May 1, 1968

When was Elvis Presley's daughter born?

Lisa Marie Presley was born on February 1, 1968 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee

What does TCB and the lightning bolt stand for?

Taking care of business quickly or in a flash

How many Grammy Awards did Elvis receive in his lifetime?

Three Grammys - all for his Gospel music.

How many records is it estimated that Elvis has sold worldwide?

Over one billion units sold

Where was his last concert?

Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN on June 26, 1977
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