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ETERNALLY ELVISincludes rare and exclusive interviews from his early days, his rise to fame, through to his
final 24 hours. These four DVDs chronicle the King’s birth in 1935, through his breakout years, first hit songs,
tour of duty, and falling in love with Priscilla, to becoming one of the greatest entertainers of all time.
From his birth in 1935 in the dirt-poor town of Tupelo, to his mysterious death in 1977, ETERNALLY ELVIS
follows the life story of one of the most remarkable performers of the 20th century. Often told in his own
words, the viewer is given an insight into the world and thoughts of a private and sometimes lonely man.
ETERNALLY ELVIS uses early photographs, rare footage, recently discovered interviews, and early
performances, in this DVD presentation. Viewers will follow the King through his breakout years; first hit
songs, the loss of his mother and the comfort of new found friends. Elvis shares his thoughts about the
army, life in Germany and his first encounter with Priscilla.
Speculation about his finances, the later years, what he did on that final day, and the circumstances leading
to his death are laid to rest as remarkably candid interviews with friends and family reveal the surprising
His early years in Tupelo and struggle with poverty. The influence of black gospel
singers and life at school. The desire to be different and his first recordings. Elvis
starts his journey with his first band and college performances.
Word begins to spread and Elvis becomes a hot commodity with each record
topping the charts. Performances on The Ed Sullivan Show captivate the youth of
America. Elvis is drafted into the Army.
After Elvis is drafted into the Army, we hear compelling accounts of a young man
torn apart by the loss of his mother, the halt in his career and his loneliness. Life in
Germany provides new friends and we are told about his first encounter with Priscilla.
Elvis returns in a series of movies and concerts.
Elvis’ final years and concert tours. His relationship with Colonel Tom Parker. His
finances and health problems are also discussed. Elvis’ final day is reconstructed and
the truth about his death is revealed.