Coming in early Spring 2009 JAT Productions will begin their 21st year of business with volume 4 of the "Elvis Hot Shots And Cool Clips". This film will include footage from:
- 1955 in Texas ( unedited)
- 1956 Hy Gardner Calling
- 1956 Curtain Call On Milton Berle
- 1960 Last interview before returning home from the army
- 1962 It Happened At The World's Fair
- 1969 American Sound Studio
- 1972 Buffalo, NY
- 1972 Chicago, IL
- 1976 Dayton, OH
- and the end...August 18th, 1977
The DVD will also include much more unreleased footage with many extras including a historic filmed interview with Marion Keisker and vintage commercial of Elvis Presley's first RCA album. In the years to come JAT Productions will continue to produce DVDs, Books, CDs and Special Products "As The Best Is Yet To Come" according to the update.
very bland description again.probably more of what we have gotten already from jat with few seconds added.
A lot is already known indeed, but it will be hard to check this out, because the dvd is already nearly sold out...
hMM hMM AND more hMM!~ I have already seen MOST of this b4 so i reckon i'll simply wait and view a friends copy and save my cash for Quality imports such as 'straight arrow' releases thank -you very much. Joe's CONCERTS books are 'ok' but DVD's NO!~
how can it be almost sold out and its not even finished yet? thats just a marketing ploy by tunzi
JAT Productions presents: Blurry Shots and Old Clips..
I'll be buying it first thing. Can't wait for the Buffalo footage and more Chicago. Memphis 69 is very interesting also. It's so expensive and not so much because most people copy and download it. I'll buy it just to support the little DVD market there is. And of course to have the best quality.
I do hope it will be the complete footage we know. And not just bits and pieces. That would really piss me off.
Joe Tunzi's DVD's contain almost nothing new. O.K.,maybe a few unreleased minutes in bad quality,but that's all. If the price of this "new" DVD were $20 then i wouldn't complaint at all,but i won't pay $50 or something like that. There are better things to spend my money on. FTD's,imports etc.
Hey,I won't spend another 50 dollars for edited footage of about 5 minutes of which is unreleased. I will save my money for FTD's,imports and better books. "As The Best Is Yet To Come"???? Maybe an exclusive interview with Dee Stanley?:)
I have the prior 3 volumes and I can honestly say I never played them more than once. While some footage is nice it is way too short & way too expensive. In fact I bought a budget documentary DVD a while back and it contained most of the Tunzi footage for under 15 dollars!! So unless this one is head & shoulders above the other 3, I will save my money.
so this is what we are reduced to... interviews with people other than elvis and a commercial. oh yea sounds likes its gonna be worth the price which of course will be thru the roof