Larry King On Elvis

Larry King Live will do another Elvis show on Thursday Night. Guests include Joe Esposito, David Stanley and others. The Larry King Live segment on Elvis has been moved to August thursday due to reports on Hurricane Charlie.
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suzie (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2004report abuse
I was happy to see ELVIS on TV again after all this is the 50 th/ anniversary ya know and the 27 th/ that HE could not speak for himself. much less defend himself from untrue or changed remarks from the past memories.I am glad Larry made the remarks several times..quote.."I never heard anyone say bad things about Elvis" when he was here !! Now ,over 25 years later,some of these so-called friends have got a "perfect"memory while most old folks begin to forget. LOL
Ya know what..Larry King did a very respectful tribute to Elvis by the way he conducted this show.Elvis was a GOOD person/human like us but WOW, did he get blessed with that GOD-GIVEN talent & we are blessed by him sharing it with us over the world.God does not make mistakes....SuZie of Al. fan club If I Can Dream Elvis In Al. thank you ELVIS NEWS
Steve B. (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2004report abuse
Give Larry King a break, he is older than dirt. I enjoyed the show.
TCBn with TLC Bet (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2004report abuse
Please, don't complain until the day when they stop talking about Elvis ! Larry King has been interviewing for years, and while you and I may not be thrilled with him, apparently the ratings game is. He is not a threat to most entertainers. This interview I thought was the best he had done about Elvis. Loved seeing Barbara Eden there in support of Elvis' acting skills. We all know he was a natural actor and did a super job with drama, comedy, and musicals. Too bad "his best friend" said Elvis made "bad movies." With a friend like that, who needs enemies? He sat there with that smirk like he was as important as Elvis. Dream on, Joe ! He fired you for a reason and was kind to rehire you, too kind apparently, from the way you criticize him now.
Abidaslam1 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2004report abuse
Does anyone else think that Larry King asks the most mundane question? Also he didn't look that enthused about the subject.
MV (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 21, 2004report abuse
Great story about El being driven back from a concert,he asks the limo driver if its his car,the driver sais no he just works for a company that owns it.Elvis phones the company,buys the limo and gives it to the driver!In all a very positive show.Barbara Eden still looks great.
macuser (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 20, 2004report abuse
I've seen the interview on Larry King.Elvis his cousins and step-family were present as was Joe Esposito and the author of the lastest Elvis book. Most of the talks were about what we've know already meaning:
-How Elvis rented a park for some fun,the movie-theater for some films
-How he 'wasted' so much money on himself and others
-How he set the blueprint for all those other entertainers to follow.
What nice was, was that they showed the NEW released DVD's and some excerpts from it like from "Speedway,Double Trouble,Flaming Star etc ".
In all nice to 've seen this interview but there wasn't nothing really new under the sun

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