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Elvis Aron Presley was born on January 8th, 1935 in one of the poorest sections of Tupelo, Mississippi. Elvis was born a twin. His brother Jesse Garon died at birth. Elvis' parents Vernon Elvis Presley ( a farm worker) and Gladys Presley (a sewing machine operator) were just barely able to get by on the money that they earned. Elvis was raised in a strict manner.He was taught to say "sir" and "Ma'am" and to stand when an adult entered the room. Elvis first became fascinated by music while attending the "First Assembly Of God Church" located in Tupelo, Mississippi.
September 9th, 1954 "Good Rockin Tonight", "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine", "Uncle Penn" and "Just Because"
December 8th, 1954 "Oakie Boogie" and "Tomorrow Night"
December 18th, 1954 "Milkcow Blues", "You're a Heartbreaker", "My Baby's Gone", "I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone"
January 6th, 1955 "I'll Never Let You Go"
February 5th, 1955 "Baby Let's Play House" and "Mystery Train"
July 12th, 1955 "I Forgot To Remember To Forget" and "Tryin' To Get To You"
On November 22nd, 1955, Elvis signed a contract with RCA records. If I listed every song that he recorded for RCA, this would be the longest web page in history.
Elvis made several movies & performed with many talented people.
"Love Me Tender" - Release date: 11/16/56 Directed by Robert D. Webb. With Deborah Paget. **Presley's first film in black & white, chronicals a southern family in a post Civil war setting.
"Loving You" - Release date: 7/9/57 Directed by Hal Kantor. With Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey and Dolores Hart. **Presley stars as a gas attendant who rises to stardom as a country and western singer.
"Jailhouse Rock" - Release date: 10/21/57 Directed by Richard Thorpe. With Mickey Shaughnessy, Judy Tyler, Dean Jones and Vaughn Taylor. **In this film, a jailbird becomes a rock star. Presley choregraphed the dance number for the title song.
"King Creole" - Release date: 6/4/58 Directed by Michael Curtiz. With Carolyn Jones, Dolores Hart, Dean Jagger and Walter Matthau. **A New Orleans club singer gets caught up in the underworld.
"G.I. Blues" - Release date: 10/20/60 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Juliet Prowse. **Fresh from the army, Presley is a guitar-playing G.I. in West Germany romancing Juliet Prowse.
"Flaming Star" - Release date: 12/20/60 Directed by Don Siegel. With Barbara Eden, Steve Forrest, John McIntire and Delores Del Rio. **This Western, which has only two songs, features Presley as a half breed Kiowa Indain rancher.
"Wild In The Country" - Release date: 6/15/61 Directed by Philip Dunne. With Hope Lange, John Ireland, Tuesday Weld and Gary Lockwood. **In his role as a wannabe writer, Presley has a good supporting cast.
"Blue Hawaii" - Release date: 11/14/61 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Angela Landsbury, Joan Blackman and Iris Adrian. **An ex-G.I. starts a new life with a tourist agency.
"Follow That Dream" - Release date: 3/29/62 Directed by Gordon Douglas. With Arthur O'Connell, Joanna Moore and Ann Helm. **Florida homesteaders get caught in local politics, and Presley uses his martial-arts skills.
"Kid Galahad" - Release date: 7/25/62 Directed by Phil Karlson. With Gig Young, Lola Albright, Charles Bronson and Joan Blackman. **A remake of a 1937 film about a boxer, Presley looks good in the ring (but The Kid prefers to be a garage mechanic.
"Girls! Girls! Girls!" - Release date: 11/2/62 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Stella Stevens and Jeremy Slate. **Presley is a young man struggling to keep his father's fishing boat in Hawaii.
"It Happened At The World's Fair" - Release date: 4/3/63 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Joan O'Brien, Gary Lockwood and Yvonne Craig. **A struggling bush pilot, Presley falls in love with Joan O'Brien at the Seattle World's Fair.
"Fun In Acapulco" - Release date: 11/21/63 Directed by Richard Thorpe. With Ursula Andress, Paul Lukas and Alejandro Ray. **As a lifeguard and singer at an Acapulco resort, Presley acts opposite Bond girl Ursula Andress.
"Kissin' Cousins" - Release date: 3/6/64 Directed by Gene Nelson. With Pamela Astin, Yvonne Craig and Arthur O'Connell. **Presley plays two look-alike cousins in this movie about an Army lieutenant who finds he's related to a moonshiner family.
"Viva Las Vegas" - Release date: 4/20/64 Directed by George Sidney. With Ann-Margret, Cesare Denova and William Demarest. **The King and Vegas go well together, and so do Elvis and Ann-Margret in this film starring Presley as a rockin' race-car driver.
"Roustabout" - Release date: 11/12/64 Directed by John Rich. With Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Freeman and Sue Ann Langdon. **In this story about a going- nowhere singer who joins a carnival, Presley makes a good roustabout.
"Girl Happy" - Release date: 1/22/65 Directed by Boris Sagal. With Shelley Fabares, Mary Ann Mobley, Chris Noel and Joby Baker. **A gangsters daughter (Shelley Fabares) on spring break in Fort Lauderdale spells trouble for Presley.
"Tickle Me" - Release date: 6/15/65 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Jocelyn Lane, Julie Adams and Jack Mullaney. **A rodeo cowboy and singer is tickled to be working at an all-female dude ranch & health spa.
"Harum Scarum" - Release date: 12/15/65 Directed by Gene Nelson. With Mary Ann Mobley and Fran Jeffries. **Presley is kidnapped and taken to an Arabian palace, where he falls in love with a princess (Mary Ann Mobley)
"Paradise- Hawiian Style" - Release date: 6/8/66 Directed by Michael Moore. With Suzanna Leigh, James Shigeta and Donna Butterworth. **In the sultry South Pacific, a charter pilot fights to keep his business.
"Frankie & Johnny" - Release date: 7/20/66 Directed by Frederick De Cordova. With Donna Douglas, Harry Morgan and Sue Ann Langdon. **A riverboat singer and gambler on a lucky streak must choose between his vice and the girl he loves.
"Spinout" - Release date: 12/14/66 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Deborah Walley and Shelly Fabares. **Presley, a happily single race-car driver, is forced to choose between three women.
"Double Trouble" - Release date: 5/24/67 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Annette Day, John Williams and the Wiere Brothers. **Playing gigs in Europe, Presley is caught between two women - a sophisticate & a ingenue.
"Easy Come, Easy Go" - Release date: 6/14/67 Directed by John Rich. With Elsa Lanchester, Pat Priest and Dodi Marshall. **Presley scuba dives for treasure.
"Clambake" - Release date: 12/4/67 Directed by Arthur H. Nadel. With Shelley Fabares and Bill Bixby. **Presley romances Fabares again as a millionaire's son who changes places with a waterskiing instructor.
"Stay Away, Joe" - Release date: 3/14/68 Directed by Peter Tewksbury. With Burgess Meredith, Joan Blondell and L.Q. Jones. **A ne'er-do-well Native American becomes a bull rider in this film that relies a bit too heavily on stereotypes.
"Speedway"- Release date: 6/13/68 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Nancy Sinatra, Bill Bixby and Gale Gordon. **Ol's Blue Eye's daughter, Nancy Sinatra, plays opposite Presley, a race-car driver who takes on the IRS.
"Live A Little, Love A Little" - Release date: 10/9/68 Directed by Norman Taurog. With Rudy Vallee, Eddie Hodges and Michele Carey. **Hopping between offices, Presley plays a photographer juggling two conflicting jobs.
"Charro" - Release date: 9/3/69 Directed by Charles Marquis Warren. With Lynn Kellogg. **With only one song, Presley is a cowpoke who takes on his former band of outlaws
"The Trouble With Girls (And how to get into it)" - Release date: 12/10/69 Directed by Peter Tewksbury. With Sheree North, Vincent Price and John Carradine. **The manager of a medicine show in the 1920's unmasks a murderer.
"Change Of Habit" - Release date: 1/21/70 Directed by William Graham. With Mary Tyler Moore. **In Presley's last feature, he is a doctor working in an urban ghetto who falls for a nun.
**Information gathered from "This Is Elvis" A T.V. Guide Special Collector's Issue.
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|I was nine years old when Elvis Presley died on August 16th, 1977. I can remember that day as though it were yesterday. Don McLean wrote and sings a song titled "American Pie" (recently Madonna remade the song ........ sorry but it is not as good as the original.) McLean wrote that song referring to Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & The Big Bopper , all were tragically killed in a plane crash. August 16th, 1977 was the day the music died for myself and millions of others. Elvis sang many songs, made many records and acted in many movies. His records can be listened to and his movies can be viewed over and over. However, no one can attend an Elvis concert. To see the "KING" perform live and capture his audience.|
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January 8th, 1935
August 16th, 1977
May he rest in peace
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