Approved by EPE is the "'68 Comeback" McFarlane toy statue. The package lists twice that Elvis was born January 8, 1938 ... (which should be 1/8/1935).
Since last week, you can see the interview with Lisa-Marie on ABCs Good Morning America. When they enter the Graceland Archives, they discover a scarf that Elvis dedicated to Lisa-Marie. She is very surprised to see the item as she has never seen this before and she wants to keep it. A moving and funny moment at the same time. But... did she never saw, read, own or approved the book "Elvis By The Presleys"? The same item is there at page 173 ...
EPE Goofs UpAugust 27, 2007 | Other Source:Various
Lex wrote on August 27, 2007
What's new pussycat, wowowowowow
Martin DJ wrote on August 27, 2007
Goofing up is the EPE version of Taking Care of Business, nothing new here.
Mofoca22 wrote on August 27, 2007
ah well uh its one for the money two for the show you know lol its ok at least they didnt get the day he was born wrong thats all that matters the rest could be a typo
JerryNodak wrote on August 27, 2007
EPE approved the statue. In other words they approved the use of Elvis' likeness. Who knows if they ever saw the printed material? Even if they did it may have been fine then. Why do you assume EPE made the error? Ever heard of printing errors? They happen all the time. I know it's fashionable to blame EPE for everythig, but c'mon. Everything "bad" that happens isn't their fault. In fact, isn't even within their control.
Jerome wrote on August 27, 2007
whether she's been acting or not, just let her have the scarf- it was meant for her.. "Let the one without goofing up cast the first stone."
jamiecoyne wrote on August 27, 2007
yeah, how about that pop-up book awhile back that had the grave upside down...
My boy, my boy wrote on August 28, 2007
EPE approved too many weird things in the last few years or so...I still haven't gotten over the pathetic choice of Mister Meyers as Elvis for the mini-series (I still have nightmares about it to this day)...and now this obvious lack of attention about Elvis's birthday....Geez, give us a break !...Lisa, are you sure you sold your dad's legacy to the right persons ?..Anyways !
Jumpin Jehosaphat wrote on August 28, 2007
Thank Goodness they didnt Goof on the Price after they might loose mone3y.
lisarose wrote on August 30, 2007
I wasn't at all surprised that Lisa never saw the scarf. After seeing the movie, as overwrought as she became at times discussing her father, she may have chosen not to proof the book. I was surprised that she asked if she could have it, aren't all of Elvis' belongings her belongings? Or was that her southern upbringing coming thru?
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on September 02, 2007
The thing is jerry,once you have a bad repuation,you dont have much room for error!