This film features what is believed to be the oldest known home movie footage of Elvis Presley to date. Shot by Eddie Bellman in 1956, these home movies show us how Elvis lived just as his popularity and music exploded across America. His closest friends share their personal stories and remembrances.
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Length: 41 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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