Caught On Camera

The Top Notch series will be extended with Caught On Camera: The Complete TV Appearances 1956-1960.

Part One

CBS "Stage Show":
Introduction - Shake, Rattle And Roll / Flip, Flop And Fly (28.01.1956) - I Got A Woman (28.01.1956) - Baby Let's Play House (04.02.1956) - Tutti Frutti (04.02.1956) - Blue Suede Shoes (11.02.1956) - Heartbreak Hotel (11.02.1956) - Tutti Frutti (18.02.1956) - I Was The One (18.02.1956) - Blue Suede Shoes (17.03.1956) - Heartbreak Hotel (17.03.1956) - Money Honey (24.03.1956) - Heartbreak Hotel (24.03.1956)

NBC "The Milton Berle Show":
Introduction (03.04.1956) - Shake, Rattle And Roll (03.04.1956) - Heartbreak Hotel (03.04.1956) - Blue Suede Shoes (03.04.1956) - Comedy Sketch / Blue Suede Shoes (03.04.1956) - Hound Dog (05.06.1956) - Elvis Meets Deborah Paget (05.06.1956) - Milton Berle Comedy Sketch (05.06.1956) - I Want You, I Need You, I Love You (05.06.1956) - Presentation Of Billboard Award (05.06.1956)

WHBQ TV "Teenage Dance Party":
Wink Martindale Interview With Dewey Phillips And Elvis (16.06.1956) - About Rushwood Park Show (04.07.1956)

NBC "Steve Allen Show" (part one):
Dialogue With Steve Allen (01.07.1956) - I Want You, I Need You, I Love You (01.07.1956) - Dialogue With Steve Allen (01.07.1956) - Hound Dog (01.07.1956)

Part Two

NBC "Steve Allen Show" (part two):
Range Roundup (Complete / Unedited - 01.07.1956) - Introduction (01.07.1956) - Big Steve And The Whole Gang (01.07.1956) - Tonto Bar (01.07.1956) - A Western Song (01.07.1956)

WRCA-TV "Hy Gardner Calling":
Hy Gardner Interview With Elvis (Complete / Unedited - 01.07.1956)

CBS "Toast Of The Town":
Ed Sullivan Announces Elvis (15.07.1956) - Next Week's Headliners (02.09.1956) - Introduction (09.09.1956) - 4 Gold Records For Elvis (09.09.1956) - Don't Be Cruel (09.09.1956) - Elvis Talks (09.09.1956) - Love Me Tender (09.09.1956) - Ready Teddy (09.09.1956) - Hound Dog (09.09.1956) - Ed Sullivan Returns (16.09.1956) - Next Week's Headliners (21.10.1956) - Don't Be Cruel (28.10.1956) - Ed Sullivan (28.10.1956) - Love Me Tender (28.10.1956) - Ed Sullivan Introduces Elvis (28.10.1956) - Love Me (28.10.1956) - Hound Dog (28.10.1956) - Elvis' Closing Remarks (28.10.1956) - Ed Sullivan Introduces Elvis' First Motion Picture "Love Me Tender" (11-18-1956) - Introduction (06.01.1957) - Hound Dog (06.01.1957) - Love Me Tender (06.01.1957) - Heartbreak Hotel (06.01.1957) - Don't Be Cruel (06.01.1957) - Too Much (06.01.1957) - Elvis Talks (06.01.1957) - When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again (06.01.1957) - Ed Sullivan Speaks (06.01.1957) - (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) (06.01.1957) - Ed Sullivan Speaks (06.01.1957)

WHBQ TV "Teenage Dance Party":
Wink Martindale Interviews Elvis In Germany (09/59)

ABC's "The Frank Sinatra - Timex Show":
It's Very Nice To Go Trav'ling (26.03.1960) - Fame And Fortune (26.03.1960) - Stuck On You (26.03.1960) - Witchcraft / Love Me Tender (26.03.1960)

Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Apr 6, 2013
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Reactions

blackdiamond (profilecontact) wrote on May 26, 2013report abuse
Nice collection of a "company" that works with a dutch fanclub. Songs are taken from the A Golden Celebration box, same sound, same content, without a few exceptions (gold album presentation etc)
Hans Otto (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 7, 2013report abuse
Looks like an interresting double release. However, these two CD's are actually not "The complete TV appearances 1956-1960" audio. Elvis was also interviewd three times on telephone by Dick Clark on the famous ABC TV-show "American Bandstand" while stationed in Germany. The first time in February 1959, then on the 2nd anniversary of the program in August 1959, and finally on Elvis' 25th birthday on January 8th 1960. All three times one could only hear Elvis' voice from West-Germany through the telephone, as Dick Clark was filmed talking to him in the TV studio. As these two CD's are audio releases, these three Elvis TV (audio) TV appearances should have been included as the CD produsers claim "complete" coverage of the 1956-1960 period.
Lou A (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 7, 2013report abuse
I'm a little unclear on this release. Are thes audio CD's or DVD's ? They look like CD's .
GEORGE (GK) (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 6, 2013report abuse
Love the cover art. Why the major companies, can't come up with ideas like this, I don't know. It takes the fans and independent & bootleg companies to put some real thought into great projects. I suppose Legal clearances, is what stops a lot of these Elvis projects, from being released commericially.
Biffx (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 6, 2013report abuse
I like the look of this one would be nice to have all the tv recordings in the same place .

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