Elvis And Pat Boone: Rockin' Rivals

Due for release from Koch International on March 4, 2008 is the one hour DVD entitled "Elvis And Pat Boone: Rockin' Rivals".

Product Description:

An entertaining and insightful one-hour look at the friendly rivalry between Mr. Blue Suede Shoes and Mr. White Buck Shoes, who dominated the pop charts in the 1950s. As Pat himself puts it, "I was the salt and he was the pepper." Included are rare film, TV, and newsreel clips plus revealing interviews with such luminaries as Dick Clark, Tom Jones, Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers, Phyllis McGuire, Bill Medley, Arlene Dahl, Joe Esposito, Shirley Jones, and the legends themselves: Elvis and Pat Boone.
Source: Amazon.com / Updated: Dec 18, 2007 
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Devon (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 30, 2007report abuse
Pat boone and Elvis, i dont think so. Elvis was and is still the king, Pat who?
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 24, 2007report abuse
One more thing if you were not around in that time period you could never understand what was happening it would be like trying explain what one dollar could buy, remember going out on saturday and pulling up to a gas pump telling the guy fill er up or 2.00 which ever comes first.
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 24, 2007report abuse
Pat Boone did covers of songs that were done by black artists that could not get airplay in that time period, such as fats, Little richard the eldorados and others. He had a great voice but need his own songs and his own style. the media wanted a Good guy so he was oicked to rival Elvis, college boy married no sideburns clean cut elvis being the James dean, Marlon brando type no need to explain. America was trying to continue on with music from the 40's to the early 50's however it failed and Rock and Roll was here to stay.
Tony D. (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2007report abuse
I can't see the point in this release. In the UK, Pat Boone was an almost total nonentity! NO comparison can be made between the 2. How about a DVD about the comparison between Elvis and Donny Osmond / Led Zeppelin / The Carpenters / Tommy Steele etc, etc, etc
samcra (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2007report abuse
Pat Boone was and still is a nice guy , but, he was more a pop singer than a rock 'n roller. IMO he was never a rival of Elvis . In fact, I found him to be embarrasing trying to sing songs like "Tutti Frutti".
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2007report abuse
Yes this is very true, Pat boone was the "Good Guy" and Elvis was the "Bad Guy" the media played it up real well at the time however in this case the "Bad Guy" became the good guy and won it all. As much as none of his fans wanted him drafted in 1958 it proved to be the best move that could have ever been made against someone will. What ever the government was thinking we will never know. But his return in 1960 and the music the he created during that time period was 2nd to none. The only bad thing was some of those really bad movies. that came after 65
FLASHBOY (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2007report abuse
The only true rival Elvis had was The Beatles no one else not even Jerry Lee Lewis!

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