Due for release down-under in Australia is the six DVD set "Elvis Presley Collection". This set from 20th Century Fox features the movies "Love Me Tender", "Flaming Star", "Wild In The Country", "Kid Galahad", "Frankie and Johnny" and "Clambake". The DVDs areformatted for playback on PAL enabled systems (Australian Standard).
Synopsis of the movies:
Love Me Tender:
The year is 1865, and the three Confederate Reno brothers don't know the war has ended. They manage to steal a Union Army payroll, and head for home with the money. While Vance (Richard Egan) can think only of the love of his life, Cathy (Debra Paget), it turns out that the brothers have been reported dead, and Cathy has married their youngest brother Clint (Elvis Presley). Vance accepts this until he learns that Cathy still loves him. To complicate things, the U.S. Army knows of the brothers' theft and is hunting them down.
West Texas in the years after the Civil War is an uneasy meeting ground of two cultures - one white, the other native American. Elvis portrays Pacer Burton, the son of a white rancher (John McIntire) and his beatiful Kiowa Indian wife (Dolores DelRio). When fighting breaks out between the settlers and natives, Pacer tries to act as a peacemaker, but the "flaming star of death" pulls him irrevocably into the deadly violence.
Wild In The Country:
Elvis plays a troubled young man who discovers that he has a knack for writing when a counselor encourages him to pursue a literary career.
Immortal heartthrob Elvis Presley stars as Walter Gulick, an ex-G.I. who returns to his rustic hometown in upstate New York looking for work as an auto mechanic.
Frankie and Johnny:
The Mississippi River's never seen as many wild twists as in this spirited and extravagant riverboat ride, which stars the King of Rock'n'Roll Elvis Presley and the lovely Donna Douglas of "The Beverly Hillbillies!"
The heir to an oil fortune trades places with a water-ski instructor at a Florida hotel to see if girls will like him for himself.
Source: Ezy DVD / Updated: Aug 16, 2008