Elvis Movies


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Love Me TenderLove Me Tender (1956)

His first movie had major consequences for Elvis Presley's future Hollywood career.






Loving You

Loving You (1957)

By having Elvis sing early and often, Hal Wallis created the formula used for future Presley movies.






Jailhouse RockJailhouse Rock (1957)

In his third movie, Elvis Presley played a rock 'n' roll bad boy and got some credit for his acting while doing it.






King CreoleKing Creole (1958)

In his fourth movie, Elvis Presley's smoldering performance as an angry and confused young man earned him the best reviews of his acting career.






G. I. BluesG.I. Blues (1960)

In his fifth movie, Elvis Presley starred in a musical comedy that was panned by critics but whose commercial success made it the formula for his future Hollywood films.






Flaming StarFlaming Star (1960)

In his role as a half-breed in Flaming Star, his sixth movie, Elvis Presley continued to develop his acting ability in the best of the three Westerns that he made in his film career.





Wild in the Country

Wild in the Country (1961)

In his role as a emotionally troubled young man in Wild in the Country,his seventh movie, Elvis Presley tackled the most challenging dramatic role of his career.






Blue Hawaii

Blue Hawaii (1961)

A colorful South Seas backdrop, Elvis crooning 14 songs, and a light comedic story line combined to make Blue Hawaii the most successful film in Elvis Presley's Hollywood career.





Follow That DreamFollow That Dream (1962)

In his ninth film, Elvis showed some natural comedic talent as the naive but clever son in a hillbilly family battling gangsters and the Florida welfare department.






Kid GalahadKid Galahad (1962)

Presley plays a physical role as a singing prize fighter, supported by a fine supporting cast, including Charles Bronson, Gig Young, and Lola Albright.






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