Elvis Trailer

Elvis Trailer (1979)

"The King Lives On!" 10 February 1979 Drama, Music, TV Movie 150 mins

Biographical movie about the famous rock singer Elvis Presley.

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Cast

Kurt Russell

as Elvis Presley

Shelley Winters

as Gladys Presley

Bing Russell

as Vernon Presley

Robert Grayson

as Red West

Season Hubley

as Priscilla Presley

Pat Hingle

as Colonel Tom Parker

Ed Begley Jr.

as D J Fontana

Charles Cyphers

as Sam Phillips

Peter Hobbs

as Jim Denny

James Canning

as Scotty Moore

Crew

Joe Renzetti

Original Music Composer

Donald M. Morgan

Donald M. Morgan Director of Photography

Dick Clark

Dick Clark Executive Producer

International Titles

Elvis não morreu Trailer

Elvis - The King Trailer

Elvis - The Movie Trailer

Elvis the Movie Trailer

International Releases Dates

Brazil 10 February 1979

United States 11 February 1979

Production Companies

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