The Grammy Museum Presents "Elvis at the Movies"

On Wednesday, January 4, 2012 at 8:00 p.m., the GRAMMY Museum will be presenting a special Elvis Week Event called "Elvis at the Movies."

As part of their first-ever Elvis Week, The GRAMMY Museum, which is located in Los Angeles, California is offering their guests a special panel discussion focusing on the King of Rock 'n' Roll’s time spent in Hollywood. With this in-depth discussion, guests will hear more about the lesser-explored side of Elvis Presley’s career in acting. In addition, through a panel of his costars Mary Ann Mobley (Girl Happy and Harum Scarum) , Celeste Yarnell (Live A Little, Love A Little) and Jan Shepard (Paradise, Hawaiian Style), guests will get a unique view into the inner-workings of Elvis' courtesy of the people who acted alongside of him. After the discussion, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, panelists will take audience questions.

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and admission is free; but reservations are required. GRAMMY Museum members receive priority seating. To reserve your seats, please call 213.765.6800 or e-mail. 

Source: / Updated: Dec 15, 2011 
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Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2011report abuse
An inspired idea, get Elvis' movies on TV more and make him and his fans a laughing stock to the general public. I have all of the movies on DVD so can watch them whenever I want, something I can also do with the soundtracks to his final films which get demanded every five seconds. They were featured on the excellent "Double Features" series and will eventually get the FTD upgrade, what is the hurry? Somebody always complained that "He Touched Me" and "Promised Land" had not been given the deluxe treatment but now they have, no mention, just this constant talk of this soundtrack compilation.
RobIreland (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2011report abuse
i must be weird, I like alot of the movies of Elvis ... King Creole, J H Rock, Loving You, Roustabout, Double Trouble, Spinout, Change of Habit, LALLALittle, ... i watch how Elvis seems to be tounge in cheek in most of them. like he knows all too well the story lines and dialouge are basically crap. Harum Holiday shows this up to full extent. You can see him having a laugh and really not taking it all that serious. Tickle Me also ; )
samcra (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2011report abuse
Not all Elvis fans are the same, and I think that's a good thing. I've followed Elvis since 1956, saw him in person fresh off the Dorsey Bros. Shows. Also enjoyed most of his Vegas years. With the exception of Jail House & King Creole, I couldn't stand his other movies. (I liked the documentaries tho.) So, a lot of us think differently about our man. But again, I feel thats a healthy thing.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2011report abuse
The Grammy museum is a nice idea after all Elvis was truly the only lasting rock & roll movie star. But most of the movies are bad and silly. The 1st 4 are good, the first 3 after the Army , FTD & Viva, and that's it. And many non-Elvis fans cannot even sit through those so there certainly is a limited appeal. You have to like Elvis! I cannot watch any of the others ones for more than 10 mins. I dont count the documentaries.
TCB1974 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2011report abuse
Good! To be honest, I really enjoy the majority of the Elvis movies. To be more precise, from Love Me Tender to Viva Las Vegas and from Speedway to Change of habit. The only movies I don't like are from Kissin' cousins to Clambake, with an exception for Roustabout. 21 out of 29 being enjoyable is not that bad a score. I think some fans are generalizing all his movies on the basis of some really crap movies like Double trouble and Harum scarum.

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