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Elvis in 3d DVD


Elvis exploded onto the world stage in September 1956 when he performed before millions of viewers on the Ed Sullivan Show. He was viewed as a rebel he had an attitude about him and danced with inhibition in a manner which terrified not only the elder generation but the church and the establishment. Elvis In 3D is a documentary which examines the phenomenon of Elvis Presley in his early life. Using rarely heard interviews with Elvis himself rare archival footage and recently filmed interviews with close friends (The Memphis Mafia) and family the jigsaw of what and who was Elvis Presley is finally answered. Using the unique and exclusive 3D technique (Dynamic Motion System) each amazing performance of Elvis' is brought back to life in multi-layered 3D imagery. For the first time in over fifty years the viewer can join the audience and experience the 'magic of Elvis'. For the first time ever the viewer will no longer need to rely on hearsay or opinion they can live the experience - as if they were in the crowd! Features the following songs and performances: 1. Love Me Tender (Ed Sullivan Show - 1956) 2. Don't Be Cruel (Ed Sullivan Show - 1956) 3. Peace In The Valley (Ed Sullivan Show - New York 1957) 4. Hound Dog (The Milton Berle Show - June 1956) 5. Witchcraft (Frank Sinatra Show - May 1960) 6. Heartbreak Hotel (CBS Studio - March 1956) 7. Love Me (Ed Sullivan Show - 1956) 8. Money Honey (CBS New York - 1956) 7. I Want You I Need You I Love You (Steve Allen Show - 1956)

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  • 10 November 2008
  • Elvis Presley
  • DVD
  • Spirit
  • PAL, 3D

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