He was the King of Rock and Roll. Talented, heart-breakingly handsome and charismatic a natural for the big screen. The 33 movies he left behind serve as a constant reminder of a unique artist who was adored by millions and who was undoubtedly one of the most important figures in 20th century popular culture. Follow That Dream
: Elvis Presley is at his dreamboat peak in this musical comedy that finds the sexy star crooning fi ve original songs in an amusing and fast-paced romp boasting a delightful mixture of songs, romance, humour and good old homespun warmth! When his scheming pop decides to "homestead" the family on a public beach, Toby Kwimper (Presley) digs the exotic setting but hates the attention he is suddenly receiving. Though he just wants to play his guitar, Toby finds himself up to his baby blues in trouble with government bureaucrats, crime bosses and even two smitten "kittens" an adopted little sister who feels more than sisterly love for him, and a social worker with more than his welfare on her mind! Flaming Star
: In the years after the Civil War, western Texas is an uneasy meeting ground of two cultures: one white, the other Native-American. Elvis stars as Pacer Burton, the son of a white rancher (John McIntire) and his beautiful Kiowa wife (Dolores Del Rio). When fighting breaks out between the settlers and natives, Pacer is pulled into the deadly violence despite his peace-making efforts. Love Me Tender
: In his film debut, singing idol Elvis Presley stars in this action-filled romance set in the aftermath of the Civil War. After hearing his older brother (Richard Egan) has been killed in combat, a young Texas farmer (Presley) marries the mans sweetheart (Debra Paget). But his brother returns, sparking a bitter sibling rivalry and tragic confrontations with Union soldiers. Wild In The Country
: Presley specialised in playing the bad boy, and this is Elvis at his baddest! Wild In The Country
features one of Elvis greatest and most overlooked roles; a rebellious backwoods delinquent gifted with a rare literary talent. Hope Lange is the sympathetic psychiatrist who tries to help Elvis, Tuesday Weld is the Kings seductive cousin, and Millie Perkins portrays his childhood sweetheart. Boasting a screenplay by Clifford Odets, this is perhaps the sexiest and most passionate of all Presley fi lms, and features a quartet of hit songs, including; "I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell", "Lonely Man", and "Wild In The Country". Its Elvis at his wildest, his baddest and his best.