Musically, Elvis was in his prime in the 1950s. The tv footage of him in this era is understandably low grade but his skill as a perfomer and singer are obvious for all to see. Sadly, the version of Hound Dog here is NOT the classic one from the Berle show. The '60s movie clips here give a (thankfully) condensed flavour of his better Hollywood moments. The '68 Special is plundered for early Presley tunes like That's All Right and All Shook Up for which no passable 1950s film coverage exists. The original versions are generally much better. However, the '68 Special closer, If I Can Dream, is presented here in a marvellous collage - the highlight of the 3 DVD '68 Special boxed set, it's great to see it's accessibility stretched to the casual buyers who are more likely to have a punt on this King of Rock'n'Roll DVD. The classics from the Memphis 1969 sessions are filmed in Las Vegas in 1970. Looking tired and weighty, Elvis rouses himself for Suspicious Minds but In The Ghetto loses its tenderness and Don't Cry Daddy is patchy. The DVD closes with some rolllicking performances from the Aloha From Hawaii tv special, 1973. If only that concert had been as consistently good as the segments here. A good taster of Elvis's work throughout twenty turbulent years.