Elvis The King Goes Wild Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Details


Format: DVD
SKUID: 110850

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Special 3-DVD Collectors Edition Boxset

After 50 long years Andrew Solit, the man behind This Is Elvis, along with the Ed Sullivan Estate, gives every Elvis fan the opportunity to see the 3 Elvis TV performances that changed the world forever in fantastic digital picture quality and the best sound ever offered for these performances. Legend has it that Elvis was only shown from the waist up when, in fact, his first appearance on Sept. 9, 1956 and second appearance on Oct. 28, 1956 showed the young rebel in his full glory. The gyrations performed by Elvis caused the CBS network to show him from the waist up for his final Sullivan appearance on July 6, 1956. This incredible collectors dream 3-DVD boxset allows you to relive the excitement of Elvis' earth shattering rocking introduction to the nation in these 3 unforgettable episodes. You have the option of watching each complete show or just Elvis' performances. Elvis sent shock waves throughout America with his soulful singing and wild hip gyrations. His raw energy attracted a record breaking TV audience of more than 60,000,000 people. Rockin special features include: Elvis and Ed Remembered by Sam Phillips founder of Sun Records, Gordon Stoker member of the Jordanaires, Marlo Lewis producer of the Ed Sullivan Show, Wink Martindale TV host and friend of Elvis', George Klein disc jockey and friend of Elvis', Why Ed Didn't Host Elvis' First Appearance - This sequence sets up Ed Sullivan & his show and tells the story of Ed's car accident and why he was unable to host the show with Elvis' debut appearance, All About Elvis & Ed - July 15, 1956 two months before Elvis' first appearance, Sept. 2, 1956 Patti Page introduces next week's Ed Sullivan Show headliners, Sept. 16, 1956 one week after Elvis' first appearance Ed Sullivan returns to host the show, Oct. 21, 1956 one week before Elvis' second appearance, Nov. 18, 1956 Ed introduces Elvis' first film Love Me Tender, First Color Film Of An Elvis Live Performance - Aug. 7, 1955 Elvis live on stage Texas, Special Elvis Moments - Candid Elvis home movies, Elvis & Priscilla with Lisa, Elvis inside Graceland plus Elvis in Hollywood on a film set, April 27, 1958 Ed talks about Elvis being in the Army, June 21, 1964 a tribute to The Colonel by comedian John Byner, Feb. 9, 1964 Elvis & The Colonel send a telegram to the Beatles, Sept. 26, 1965 rock 'n roll comedian Jack Carter, Sept. 18, 1966 Elvis & Colonel Parker congratulate Ed Sullivan, Gallery Of Photos & Documents - An amazing slide show consisting of photographs from both Elvis' and Ed's personal archives. All of the above comes in a custom 10-sided foldout box This 3-disc set features every Sullivan performance including the restoration of the previously unavailable Lost Elvis Medley.

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