Just released by Nextshow Entertainment on DVD in the United States is a new documentary entitled "The TCB Gang - The Way It Was (The Untold Story)". The DVD documentary has the last ever footage of the late Al Dvorin who died tragically in a car crash within just 28 hours after the filming, and the DVD is dedicated to his memory. Loanne Parker (the widow of the late Colonel Tom Parker), also agreed to go on camera for the first time and discuss the intimate details of her experiences with Elvis, The Colonel and the TCB Gang.
Only 900 copies have been produced of this DVD and it is claimed that it will never be re-released.
Filmed In August, 2004, seven of the closest and most personal friends of Elvis Presley gathered together in Elvis' former suite at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel to reminisce and exchange stories about their personal experiences and admiration for Elvis Presley. The seven featured interviewees are:
Al Dvorin: Elvis’ friend and master of ceremonies.
Joe Esposito: One of Elvis’ closest friends, road manager and best man at Elvis’ marriage to Priscilla.
Jerry Schilling: One of Elvis’ closest friends and Memphis Mafia Member.
Dick Grob: Elvis’ Chief of Security and friend.
Charles Stone: Elvis’ friend and concert producer.
Loanne Parker: The widow of the late Colonel Tom Parker and close friend of Elvis’.
Sam Thompson: Elvis’ friend, personal bodyguard and tour advance man.
"The TCB Gang" was filmed with the permission of the Las Vegas Hilton in Elvis’ suite, which he occupied for many years, while performing there. This is the time filming about Elvis ever allowed in his old suite. The producers also state that the documentary was completely “unscripted” and “uncensored”. It is the filming of the heart felt expressions of seven of the closest people in the life of Elvis Presley. "The TCB Gang" was produced and directed by multi EMMY AWARD winner – Dennis Rosenblatt, protégé’ to Steve Binder (The Director of Elvis’ Come-Back Special in 1968).