Conversations With Elvis

Suzanne Leigh ("Paradise, Hawaiian Style") is busy working on a new book, tentatively called "Conversations With Elvis". It will be a collection of stories from celebrities about their interaction with Elvis.
Source: Elvis Information Network / Updated: Mar 10, 2005 
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cathyreno (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2005report abuse
I'm surprised at this 1 cause she was only started in 1 film and he wasnt very close to any 1 particular actor or actress. If I come across it I would have to look at the photos to see if it was worth the money. T C B
old shep (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 12, 2005report abuse
More junk, the only Elvis related books that are worth a dam are related to his recording sessions and concerts, in my opinion. Of course someone else may be interested in what size socks Elvis prefered.Or the actual measurement of his knee cap. Not me folks
pacer1965 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 12, 2005report abuse
How many books are they going to release of Elvis this year? Have to get a loan out from the bank (lol) to buy them all. I will probably give this one a miss
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 12, 2005report abuse
Tom Bruins: I don't either. But IF I had ever met Elvis (or people who had) and they, or I, had some interesting stoies to tell I'd write a book too. Hey, I gotta eat don't I. Elvis is a commodity. Always has been. Always will be.
Sylvain (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 11, 2005report abuse
There are a lot of other people who never even met Elvis who wrote "crazy" books. Suzanne, hope to see you again in Memphis next august. I will buy an autographed book from you. Lots of love from Belgium.
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 11, 2005report abuse
Paul, ha,ha,ha....yes, you know what I like don't you. I like Ann Margeret in Viva Las Vegas. No serious I have enough of those people that write a book about our man even when they never saw him or spoke maybe 20 words with them. Money makes the world go around....Now I have to go because I want to listen to some Movie classics....lol.
Sidewinder (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 11, 2005report abuse
Cashing in again! She wrote a less than inspired book back in the eighties wasn't that enough? Although I am a lifelong Elvis fan and will defend the King and promote him to the hilt I must admit the thought of "Conversations with Elvis" fills me with a sense of inane despair. Hegel, Descartes, Nitzche, Heidegger and Elvis don't really go do they? I have read enough books about Elvis to know that his quest for knowledge was very evident to all who knew him but as a philosopher and raccounteur he lacked that extra something that made Peter Ustinov and Orson Welles very special.Anyway,hasn't she heard "Having Fun With Elvis On Stage" a candidate for the worst bit of exploitation ever.The dredging continues....
PaulFromFrance (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 10, 2005report abuse
Ton, I know what you want: memories from Donna Douglas, because you developped a crush on her, after you watched her singing "Petunia, the gardener's daughter" ! I'm sure she had conversations with Elvis too. And, honestly, her breasts were talking for her, if I remember well (maybe I'm confused with Nancy Kovack's legs). Forget Suzanna !
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 10, 2005report abuse
I don't give a ****

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