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Inside G.I. Blues Is Out

August 10, 2006 | Book
The latest Elvis Unlimited production "Inside G.I. Blues" is out now. This deluxe box-set includes a book, DVD, vinyl single, four postcards and a certificate that gives you a chance to win Elvis items on www.elvisunlimited.com in the near future.

Next week you can win a copy of the box set and the book in a quiz on ElvisNews.

From the press release:

The book is limited to only 2000 box-sets and 1000 extra books for those who missed the box-set. The book alone will not go on sale before the box-set is sold out.

The book contains 112 full colour pages containing a lot of unknown stories about the movie, many rare and unpublished pictures of Elvis during the filming, at the photo sessions, in the recording studio, at various parties that was held during the filming, eating together with the cast etc.

The Inside G.I. Blues book also contains a lot of beautiful memorabilia from all over the world. The very informative texts about the movie has been written by Megan Murphy and Henryk Matraszek.

The DVD contains never before seen footage from the movie set. You will see outtakes of a scene, the completely unknown "G.I. Hope You Like It" trailer (including never before seen footage of Elvis) and a lot more.

The special 45 rpm promotion vinyl single features some very rare radio spots that have never been released on CD.
Source:Elvis Unlimited
Peter@EM wrote on August 11, 2006
I have seen the box set & I'm blown away. This is a winner! Be sure to get your copy with the truckload of extra's!
CD King wrote on August 11, 2006
What a terrific Collectors' Treasure Box..and with GI BLUES being one of my very favorite ELVIS Presley movie, I just can't wait to lay my hands on this gem and add it to my Elvis Library. I wonder if the DVD will contain rare footages of the alternate scenes TONIGHT IS SO RIGHT FOR LOVE / TONIGHT'S ALL RIGHT FOR LOVE, and also the alternate different camera angles footages of Elvis singing DIDJA EVER. Hopefully it will also has The King & Queen of Thailand meeting with Elvis on the GI BLUES set. Maybe they will even include those rare footages of Dean Martin with Elvis as well.