Elvis On Tour To Be Released In Germany

The 1972 Elvis movie "Elvis On Tour" will be released in Germany on March 10, 2006 by Warner Home Video. It movie will be released in the PAL Widescreen (1.85:1) format with Dolby Digital 1.0 audio in English and German. The running time is 90 minutes and the region code is "2". The DVD will not contain bonus material (EAN-Nummer: 7321921501531).
Source: Various / Updated: Jan 5, 2006 
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luckyjackson85 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 13, 2006report abuse
Well, once again the rest of Elvis' NARRATIVE films takes another break from the scene and this isn't going to even come out in the US anytime soon? I guess Germany makes more sense than Japan because was in Germany during his years in the army. Warner Home Video please come out with the rest of Elvis' narrative films so that I may complete my collection please (Kissin' Cousins, Girl Happy, Tickle Me, Stay Away Joe, Live A Little Love A Little and finally Charro! ).
lvisfan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2006report abuse
It's strange that Warner Bros. is putting "Elvis On Tour" out overseas when MGM/Turner owns the rights to it. I have it on the 12" Laser disc and a friend transferred it to DVD recently. Mine is in stereo and sounds great as is my original DVD version of "TTWII". It is a shame how releases are treated in the U.S. It really sad. When and if they ever do release "On Tour" in the states. I hope they will release the original version along with a re-edited version.
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2006report abuse
For posterity, I wouldn't mind owning a copy of the original film. just like I own the original version of TTWII, albeit in inferior picture and sound (mono) when compared to the Special Edition. But I'm still wishing and hoping for the proper treatment to this landmark documentary, with ALL available material released on 3 or even 4 discs! And what's this 1.85:1 ratio? That's the wrong ratio as OT was filmed in multiple screen with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1. That's The Way It Was! That's The Way It Should Be!
Mississippi-Flash (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2006report abuse
This is how it works. Release a very, very basic product...make a lot of money. After one or two years there will be a release with 5.1 sound and some trailers. And then finally (after 3 years) the dream of every fan: a 3-DVD set with the already known outtakes in great quality. It is a real shame.....
Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 5, 2006report abuse
i agree.Elvis sounded brilliant in Elvis in concert.my way was much better than the aloha version and hurt was awesome so was i really dont want to know and most others. an edited version would be great to have.
see see rider (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 5, 2006report abuse
does M-G-M still own the rights to this movie? if so, they need to get off their back sides and offically put this out as a delux package with what ever un-seen footage they have and finally give the fans what they want instead of dilly dallying around. the same could also be said for elvis's last speacial "elvis in concert" yea i know, to some it would be said "well he looks bad, he wasn't in top notch" well, so what, it's still elvis and i personally would like to see it put out the same way WITH what ever un-seen footage there is, i personally think he sounded great myself.
Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 5, 2006report abuse
what a complete waste of time releasing this. no extra material?? what a joke.
gilesm (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 5, 2006report abuse
I thought this was was good news, perhaps other countries will get a release soon, but the sound in MONO that's such a dissapointment a concert DVD in MONO, bad, bad bad. I will stick with my laser disc st least that's in 'pro logic' surround sound !

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