Eddie Presley Trailer

Eddie Presley Trailer (1992)

08 December 1992 Drama, Comedy, Music 106 mins

An Elvis impersonator with a wounded psyche, unflinching in his quest to keep the King's spirit alive bets it all on one night of glory, a headlining spot at dingy Tinseltown dive.

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Cast

Duane Whitaker

as Eddie Presley

Quentin Tarantino

as Asylum Attendant

Bruce Campbell

as Asylum Attendant

Ted Raimi

as Scooter

Joe Estevez

as Eddie's Father

Lawrence Tierney

as Joe West

Crew

Jeff Burr

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 08 December 1992

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