The King On TV

TV in America will remember Elvis Presley tomorrow and Saturday, with movies and special programming. Turner Classic Movies airs a 24-hour movie marathon starting tomorrow morning: "Spin Out" (10 a.m.); "Clambake" (noon); "Frankie and Johnny" (2 p.m.); "Girl Happy" (4 p.m.); "Tickle Me" (6 p.m.); "Elvis: That's the Way It Is 2001" (8 p.m.); "Jailhouse Rock" (10 p.m.); "Speedway" (midnight); "Live a Little, Love a Little" (2 a.m.); "Double Trouble" (4 a.m.); "Kid Galahad" (6 a.m.); "It Happened at the World's Fair" (8 a.m.). (Turner Classic Movies is not available on all Cablevision systems). American Movie Classics airs its movie salute on Saturday, "Elvis '56" (10:30 a.m.); "Love Me Tender" (11:30 a.m.); "Change of Habit" (1:15 p.m.); "Easy Come, Easy Go" (3:15 p.m.); "Elvis in Hollywood" (4:45 p.m.) On Saturday night at 8:30, NBC airs a special, remastered version of the 1957 Presley film, "Loving You." VH1 marks the 25th anniversary of Elvis' death with special programming tomorrow and music videos (2:30 p.m.); "Elvis: '68 Comeback Special" (3:30 p.m.); "Viva Las Vegas" (5 p.m.); "Elvis and Me" (7 p.m.). NBC will show the remastered version of loving You on Saturday night.
Source: Various / Updated: Aug 15, 2002 
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