30th Anniversary Elvis Box Set

According to a Dutch DVD site a DVD box entitled "30th Anniversary Elvis Box Set" is due for release from Paramount on May 6 2007. It is categorized as "Musical". Elvis Presley made 9 movies for Paramount: Blue Hawaii Easy come easy go Fun in Acapulco GI Blues Girls, Girls, Girls King creole Loving You Paradise Hawaiian style Roustabout
Source: For Elvis CD Collectors Forum / Updated: Feb 3, 2007 
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Anton (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 17, 2007report abuse
We DO like the Anniversary Box; though they should perhaps go a little further and make also an Elvis Bloopers DVD of all the non-used and cut clippings for the Paramount movies he made but also for the MGM movies Elvis did. That should be fun and should sell well to the 250,000 hardcore elvis fans who buy up all there is on Elvis' movie materials (both DVDs and soundtractks!) We hasten, however, to repeat our request for more FTD soundtrack and outtakes releases, especially of GGGirls, Roustabout, Speedway and Easy come all for Paramount and KCousins, KCreole, plus his last movies put all together. Why does Ernst and BMG-DK wait to have those released in the usual Digipack format that will sell 250,000 copies each, or more. Your comments awaited hardcore fans??
gbalaban (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 6, 2007report abuse
I said it a million times and I will say it again, it is time to release these movies again, but with "Outtakes" from the movie. It would be great to see the Col. running out in the middle of the shoot to stop production so Elvis could either wear his watch and get paid an extra 25,000 or take it off, (granted, the whole thing would not be there, but I am sure the first parts are), and I know they have a lot of outtakes of Elvis and even the guys. I think in closing they should even bring them out on Blu-ray and HD-Dvd.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2007report abuse
Some of us aren't made of money. Therefore, haven't been able to rush out and convert my entire movie collection ( Elvis or other) to DVD. I'm glad the movie companies keep re-releasing these movies until my budgt allows for their purchase (which won't be this year). Hopefully, ALL the Elvis movies will be available on DVD when my budget shortfall ends. Til then I'll just have to content myself with my old VHS copies. My VHS copy of "Charro" from Warner is excellent.
Ronald (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 3, 2007report abuse
Altough he made 9 for Paramount, the company doesn't own the rights for Loving You. So i think it will about the same as the British boxsets from earlier. But this time as 8 dvd set. I think most fans have these movies on dvd so no big deal.

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