Elvis - The Last 24 Hours

A new DVD release, titled "Elvis - The Last 24 Hours" should be available April 26, 2004. This region 2 DVD is a documentary on the last 24 hours of Elvis' life with interviews with Memphis Mafia members. This release comes with a 40 minutes CD containing: All The King's Men Medley - Suspicion - Don't, Too Much - Girl Of My Best Friend - Paralyzed - Love Letters - Fame and Fortune - American Trilogy - Gospel Medley
Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Mar 24, 2004 

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sabine (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 29, 2004report abuse
How can they discuss what they weren't there to see? Only Billy was around Elvis in the last 24 hours. Are these guys ever going to get real jobs and stop living off of Elvis!
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 28, 2004report abuse
Elvis was the greatest entertainer of all time but hey he was no angel ! He slept with many women during his marriage to Priscilla, rarely saw much of Lisa Marie, had an awful diet and was heavily addicted to prescribed medicine. That all said, for the last 23 years of his life, he was ELVIS PRESLEY, he didnt have a normal life, he was worked to death, found it difficult to stand up for himself etc etc. I personally don't have a lot of time for the Memphis Mafia and in particular, the 3 guys who wrote the book Elvis What Happened, that was unforgivable. Elvis had looked after those guys for years and years, they were all given lavish lifestyles and to repay Elvis back like that was awful. So what if they got sacked ? They spent too much time assaulting fans and giving Elvis legal headaches all the time. Well rid off. Anf finally, what ever anyone says of Colonel Parker, he at least was the one guy who kept his mouth shout when he could have sold his story for millions of dollars.
Smudge (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 28, 2004report abuse
Lets face it most of the Memphis Mafia at some stage took drugs and Elvis, as usuall,did to excess. He did things to excess in all things in life. He didn't buy one Cadillac he bought ten! It's the same with the pills, he probably took 6 instead of 2. But, at the end of the day, who could say "NO!" to Elvis Presley? They didn't force the pills down his throat HE did! I honestly believe the pills were Elvis' way of escaping his pressures of being Elvis the Superstar, and he thought he could handle it, tragically he was wrong. It makes me sad because despite his huge talent he was a great human being.
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
Well said, SJC. I think you've struck the proverbial nail right on the head. When all is said and done, and as much as we'd all prefer a different and happier ending, Elvis did indeed do it "his way."
SJC (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
Yes, the Mafia are a bunch of sad blokes and may have contributed in some ways to Elvis's downfall but some of these comments are blind, not to mention patronizing to Elvis himself. He made choices and has ultimate responsibility for his own actions. Does anyone understand the nature and extent of his addiction and lifestyle?
Of course Lisa Marie hates them and 'hope they burn in hell' because at the end of the day, she has her own experiences and good reasons. All we know is based on books, interviews etc... As Peter Guaralnick put it ' it has become almost impossible to to imagine Elvis amid all our assumptions'.
dzelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
im with tcbn and tlc bet, dont patronize this cheese heads they could have help elvis if they want it too, i dont understand how that was imposible for them, is ridiculous and with lisa marie on her coment!
CEP (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
Oh grow up, the mafia tell it as it was.There is nobody to blame but Elvis himself.There are numerous stories of all sorts of people trying to help him during the last 2 years of his life and on each occasion he rejected it.
SilviaZ (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
I'm absolutely with you, TCBn!
TCBn with TLC Bet (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
There already is a video interview of the Memphis Mafia sitting around discussing how horrible Elvis was in the end...why patronize these sleazeballs who could have prevented his death and for the most part, caused it, especially by having the "Elvis, What Happened?" book published. Remember how Lisa said, "I hope they burn in hell..."
carole (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 25, 2004report abuse
im gonna get this dvd!!!!!

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